Johnson to press for post-Brexit trade deal with New Zealand

Boris Johnson will push for progress on a post-Brexit trade deal with New Zealand when he lands in Wellington for talks with the prime minister.

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New hope for girl, five, after council’s lemonade stall closure left sour taste

A five-year-old girl who hit the headlines after her homemade lemonade stand was shut down by the council has received dozens of offers to set up stalls at other events.

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Prison wing back under control after specialist security staff sent in

A prison wing is understood to be under control after specially-trained prison security teams were drafted in to deal with an “ongoing incident”.

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Corbyn ‘should follow Blair’s lead on tolerating opponents in party’

Tony Blair ruled out a moved to deselect serial rebel Jeremy Corbyn because he believed the party was a broad church that should tolerate different opinions, according to a former chief whip.

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Merseyrail strike over driver-only trains has ‘rock solid’ support

A strike by workers on Merseyrail in a dispute over driver-only trains was said to be “solidly supported”.

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Longleat pioneers test-tube rhinos in bid to save endangered species

Scientists and fertility experts at Longleat Safari Park are attempting a world first IVF treatment to try to save a rhino subspecies with only three individuals left.

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Lee Rigby’s sister tells of support for Manchester bombing victim’s family

The sister of murdered fusilier Lee Rigby has been helping to comfort the family of one of the Manchester Arena bombing victims.

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The day Diana gave William a supermodel treat

Diana, Princess of Wales once made every teenage boys’ fantasy come true for her son the Duke of Cambridge – by inviting three supermodels to their home.

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Hyde Park bomb relatives march for justice

Relatives of the 1982 Hyde Park bomb attack have appealed to the public for support in their quest for justice.

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Doctors’ leaders warn of risk to patients who must wait to see a GP

More than a third of patients in some parts of the country are waiting over a week for appointments to see a doctor, new figures show.

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‘Granny Diana’ memory being kept alive for George and Charlotte

The memory of “granny Diana” is being kept alive for Prince George and Princess Charlotte by their father the Duke of Cambridge who regularly talks to them about his mother.

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Gay men ‘to be allowed to donate blood three months after having sex’

Gay men will be allowed to donate blood three months after having sex instead of a year under equalities reforms announced by the Government.

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Quadruple amputee finishes world’s largest triathlon

A quadruple amputee who had two thirds of her lung removed earlier this year has completed the world’s largest triathlon in London.

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William and Harry reveal regret over last ‘short’ phone call with Diana

The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have revealed their last conversation with their mother was a brief phone call on the day she died that now weighs “heavily” on William’s mind.

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Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quits

David Davis has topped a survey of Tory members as the candidate to replace Theresa May as leader but most want the Prime Minister to remain in post.

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Watchdog to probe death of man after police chase

The police watchdog has launched an investigation after a young black man died in a shop after being chased by police.

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Corbyn: I never promised to write off student debt

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he did not promise to write off student debt as he campaigned for the youth vote in the general election.

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Transitional Brexit trade deal ‘may last until 2022’

The International Trade Secretary has signalled a transitional deal after Britain quits the European Union could last up until 2022.

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Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schools

Education minister Nick Gibb has vowed to stamp out homophobic playground bullying as he opened up about his personal battle to publicly admit his sexuality.

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The best moments from Prince George’s fourth year

Here are some of Prince George’s top moments from the last year:

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