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Theresa May: Collaboration with smaller parties could put Jeremy Corbyn in power

Nationalists are "propping up" Labour in Wales in a deal that shows how "collaboration" between smaller parties could put Jeremy Corbyn into power, Theresa May has claimed.

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Kids Company founder and trustees may face action amid Insolvency Service probe

The founder and former trustees of the collapsed charity Kids Company could be banned from holding company directorships.

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Ex-boyfriend of TV's Ferne McCann in court over nightclub acid attack

The former boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann and father of her unborn child has appeared in court charged in connection with an acid attack at an east London nightclub.

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Wife of man run down by his own car 'screamed his name' as he lay dying

The wife of an ex-Royal Navy officer screamed his name and desperately called for help as he lay dying in the street after being run over by car thieves, a neighbour said.

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Sir Elton John cancels US shows due to 'potentially deadly' infection

Sir Elton John has cancelled a series of shows in the US after suffering from a "potentially deadly" bacterial infection that forced him to spend two nights in intensive care.

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Forty-five minutes exercise several days a week boosts brain power in over-50s

Exercising for at least 45 minutes several times a week can boost brain power in the over-50s, research suggests.

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Guardians Of The Galaxy star Chris Pratt considers son when choosing movie roles

Actor Chris Pratt has told how fatherhood has shaped the way he handles his career, saying his young son is always on his mind when he chooses roles.

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Stephen Belafonte can visit his daughter amid bitter Mel B divorce battle

Mel B's estranged husband is allowed to visit his young daughter despite facing claims of domestic violence and alleged links to the porn industry, a court has ruled.

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Paralympian David Weir tells of long battle with depression

British Paralympian and London marathon wheelchair race winner David Weir has revealed how his long battle with depression almost kept him from the starting line.

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Torture claim lawyers 'caused soldiers and their families to endure torment'

Lawyers who allegedly ignored evidence that cast doubt on their clients' claims of torture against British troops caused soldiers and their families to "endure torment", a tribunal has heard.

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Met office warns of snow and hail as Arctic blast set to sweep Britain

Wintry showers could hit just about anywhere in Britain as the blast of Arctic weather that has brought snow to northern Scotland begins to move south.

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Manufacturing exports surge but cost pressures continue to build

Manufacturers enjoyed their biggest jump in export growth for six years thanks to a healthy appetite for British goods from non-EU buyers, a report said.

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Uber denies claims about users who had deleted app from their iPhones

Uber has denied claims that it used its iPhone app to "identify" users even after they had deleted the car-sharing app.

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Plastic-munching moth could help ease pollution

A moth that prefers plastic to pullovers could help solve the problem of discarded shopping bags and packaging, researchers believe.

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Arron Banks says he will not stand in Clacton as he hits out at Douglas Carswell

Former Ukip donor Arron Banks has announced that he will not fight Clacton at the general election.

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Line Of Duty's 8.5m viewers is largest audience in programme's history

The fourth episode of BBC One's Line of Duty attracted the largest audience in the programme's history, new figures reveal.

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EU commissioner warns Britain faces 'bloodbath' over proposed US deal

Britain is facing into a "bloodbath" over a proposed trade deal with the US, an EU commissioner has warned.

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US campaign guru Jim Messina signed up for Tory election role

A US campaign guru who worked for Barack Obama and helped secure David Cameron's 2015 election win has been signed up by the Conservatives again for the June 8 vote.

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Many children displaced from Calais Jungle camp 'have family in UK'

More than a third of the children thought to be sleeping rough in Calais six months after the Jungle camp was demolished may have family in the UK, new research suggests.

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Emmanuel Macron vows to unite France ahead of Elysee decider with Marine Le Pen

Centrist Emmanuel Macron pledged to unite France as defeated opponents gave their allegiance to him in his battle for the French presidency with far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

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