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Man held after claims Pippa Middleton's account was hacked

A 35-year-old man has been arrested by police investigating claims that Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked.

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Cameron 'wound up' at Theresa May's Brexit ambivalence - ex-aide

David Cameron became intensely frustrated at Theresa May's unwillingness to declare her intentions in the run-up to the EU referendum campaign, according to his former communications chief.

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Suspension of junior doctors' strike action welcomed by Department of Health

The BMA has suspended industrial action by junior doctors in England after concerns about patient safety.

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Zoe Ball and husband Norman Cook announce separation 'with great sadness'

Zoe Ball and her DJ husband Norman Cook - better known as Fatboy Slim - have announced their separation after 18 years together.

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Yvette Cooper: I've received online death threats

Yvette Cooper has called on Jeremy Corbyn to do more to curb the online abuse of Labour MPs after revealing that she has received death threats.

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Tony Blair 'very sorry' troops put through abuse probe 'ordeal'

Tony Blair has added his voice to the mounting criticism of investigations into British troops facing allegations of serious misconduct in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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George and Charlotte steal limelight as Cambridges arrive in Canada

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children have arrived in Canada for a highly anticipated eight-day tour.

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Grilling for TV chiefs over bunfight for rights to The Great British Bake Off

MPs are to look at the sell-off of The Great British Bake Off.

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Body found after police called following reports of boy, 14, in river

A body has been found in a river after a 14-year-old boy was reported to have entered the water.

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Resounding victory my mandate to lead Labour - Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has promised to give more decision-making power to rank-and-file Labour members after being decisively re-elected as party leader on the back of their votes.

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Jeremy Corbyn to focus on education and bringing Labour together

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has urged the party to "come together" and reach out to the country following his decisive victory.

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Suspension of junior doctors' strike action welcomed by Department of Health

The BMA has suspended industrial action by junior doctors in England after concerns about patient safety.

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Sturgeon 'could call second Scottish independence referendum in autumn 2017'

Nicola Sturgeon could call a second Scottish independence referendum in the autumn of 2017, with a vote on the future of the UK then held in May or June of 2018, the former chief executive of the Yes Scotland campaign has said.

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Five men charged after £400,000 watches haul from Potteries break-in

Five men have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglaries across the UK after a break-in which netted a £400,000 haul of high-value watches.

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William and Kate begin tour of Canada accompanied by George and Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge begin their tour of Canada today accompanied by their two young children.

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Brexit could pave way for tougher checks on European doctors

Brexit will have implications for the regulation of European doctors entering the country to work, a medical watchdog has warned.

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Forces 'on the cusp' of taking last major Islamic State stronghold in Iraq

Iraqi government forces backed by the US-led coalition are "on the cusp" of taking Islamic State's (IS) last major stronghold in the country, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has said.

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Jeremy Corbyn backs Sarah Champion who admits she 'lost control' in domestic row

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has voiced his support for his domestic violence spokeswoman Sarah Champion, after she admitted she had ended up in a police cell accused of assault after a violent row with her then husband.

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Man with UK passport charged in Thailand over body-in-freezer

A man in possession of a British passport has been charged after a body was discovered chopped up in a freezer in Thailand.

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Making all schools academies 'will cost taxpayers £320m'

Converting all schools to academy status will cost council taxpayers £320 million, the Local Government Association (LGA) has warned.

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