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French finance minister Michel Sapin said there was no mood to 'punish' Britain for the Brexit vote

Freedom of movement 'on the table' for Brexit talks - French minister

Sixth-formers taking the A-level will learn about how drones can be used to monitor crop pests and track wildlife poachers

Drones and DNA testing in new Environmental Science A-level

Scientists from Newcastle University claimed tumour cells actually rely on fats to fuel growth in the study

Brain tumour breakthrough could lead to improved treatment

The cruise line still refuses to admit liability or pay damages to injured passengers taking proceedings in Italy

Costa Concordia survivors embroiled in legal battle must fly back to Italy

Andy Murray is facing Chinese Taipei's Yen-Hsun Lu

Back-to-back Brit contests bring double delight to Centre Court

Idris Elba has been invited to vote for next year's Academy Awards.

Oscars: organisers invite record numbers to vote after diversity row

Michael Sandford is accused of trying to grab a policeman's gun in an attempt to kill Donald Trump, pictured

'Trump death bid' Briton charged in US

The Government intends to expand motorway capacity by converting hundreds of miles of hard shoulder into permanent lanes

MPs call for motorway expansion plans to be scrapped amid safety concerns

The YouGov/CEBR Consumer Confidence Index slumped by seven points in the four days after the Brexit vote

Consumer confidence plummets in Brexit aftermath - report

Despite the criticism, the review found outcomes of care were "broadly comparable" with those of other centres caring for children with congenital heart disease.

Children's heart ward review 'a cover-up and whitewash', say parents

Idris Elba has been invited to vote for next year's Academy Awards

Oscars: organisers invite record numbers to vote after diversity row

Michael Sandford is accused of trying to grab a policeman's gun in an attempt to kill Donald Trump, pictured

'Trump death bid' Briton charged in US

The FTSE 100 jumped 219.7 points to 6360.1

FTSE 100 wipes out post-Brexit losses as market bounces back

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Thousands of Remain supporters gather outside the Scottish Parliament

Thousands turn out for pro-EU demonstration in Edinburgh

Prime Minister David Cameron was not invited to join the prime ministers and presidents of the other 27 EU nations as they returned to discuss the Brexit fallout (AP)

EU 'crystal clear' that single market access means accepting freedom of movement

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Jeremy Corbyn speaking at a Momentum event at the School of Oriental and African Studies

Corbyn: I have people's mandate to stay as leader

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John McDonnell has said MPs must accept the result of a leadership challenge on Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn 'set to face leadership challenge from Angela Eagle'

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The pupils were on a DoE expedition in the Brecon Beacons

Schoolchildren rescued from Brecon Beacons were never missing, says headmaster

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Marcus Willis waves as he leaves centre court with Roger Federer

I've earned myself a beer, says Willis after Wimbledon dream ends

Paul Gascoigne is accused of racially aggravated abuse

Paul Gascoigne faces trial after denying racially-aggravated offence

Rita Ora's home was burgled

Rita Ora burglary: Man jailed over £200,000 raid

From late next year Coronation Street will be broadcast six times a week

ITV to broadcast Coronation Street six times a week from late 2017

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The Prince of Wales attends the 154th Royal Norfolk Show in Norwich

Charles all 'ale and hearty at country show

The Goldman Sachs Building in London as the investment bank revealed it is reviewing its relationship with Sir Philip Green

Goldman Sachs reviews Sir Philip Green relationship amid BHS controversy

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House price rises have slowed but prices still increasing

House price gap between north and south 'widens to record high'

Ben Butler was found guilty at the Old Bailey of murdering his six-year-old daughter Ellie in 2013 (Metropolitan Police/PA)

I knew Butler would kill daughter Ellie, says ex-girlfriend

Latest news from the Commons

David Cameron announces extra cash for fight against hate crime

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Louis Olivier Bancoult, leader of the Chagos Refugee Group, outside the Supreme Court in London

Chagos Islands' former residents vow to fight on after Supreme Court defeat

National guidance on undercover policing is being made public by the College of Policing

Sex and drugs off limits for undercover police

Nicola Sturgeon has said that "everything must be on the table to protect Scotland's place in Europe"

Nicola Sturgeon meeting EC president over Scotland's place in European Union

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Vodafone says the UK's membership of the European Union has been "an important factor" in its growth

Vodafone warns over future of UK HQ after Brexit vote

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The SNP will claim Labour can no longer meet its requirement to be "prepared to assume power"

SNP in bid to be named official opposition at Westminster

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Michael Gove with his wife Sarah Vine

Michael Gove played Monopoly 'at height of Brexit hysteria', says wife

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The Barnsley War Memorial in South Yorkshire (Historic England/PA)

Greater protected status for war memorials to mark Somme centenary

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Juan Jasso was targeted by three youths during the incident on a tram in Manchester

Man arrested in London over suspected racist social media posts

Boris Johnson is a frontrunner for the Tory leadership title

Johnson and May set to join race for Tory leadership crown

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Turkish police block the entrance to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport after the attack (AP)

Philip Hammond 'shocked' as suicide attack kills dozens at Istanbul airport

Hugh Laurie is to receive a Hollywood Walk of Fame star

Cheers on the House as Hugh Laurie earns Walk of Fame star

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Controversy over statins led to tens of thousands of people stopping their treatment over a six-month period, a study says.

Controversy over statins 'led to 219,000 people stopping treatment' - study

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Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the 'big four' supermarkets have been banned

Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'

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Police are examining a saliva sample from the child suspect.

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Tony Blair 'misrepresented the facts' about Iraq's chemical weapons, Hans Blix has claimed

Blair 'misrepresented facts' over Iraq chemical weapons, claims Hans Blix

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Nurofen falsely claimed its painkillers could target back and joint pain, the ASA decided

Nurofen advert banned for false claims on joint and back pain

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Chris Martin (right) of Coldplay performing during a concert hosted by Prince Harry's charity Sentebalein Kensington Palace Gardens, London.

Harry 'hooked on Lesotho' as he urges help in fight against HIV/Aids

 Prince Harry speaks during a concert hosted by his charity Sentebale in Kensington Palace Gardens, London, to raise awareness and funds for adolescents living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.

Harry 'hooked on Lesotho' as he urges help in fight against HIV/Aids

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Police are examining a saliva sample from the child suspect

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Police made three arrests after the incident

US Army veteran blames Brexit vote for tram race hate incident

Labour MP Pat Glass stayed away from her referendum count after death threats were made against her

Death threats shadow minister Pat Glass will not stand again as MP

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, right, greets UKIP leader Nigel Farage during a special session of European Parliament in Brussels (AP)

'You're not laughing now' - Farage goads European Parliament

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