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From the first editions

From the first editions

Tony Blair advocated a ground war

Scholar urges West not to declare war on terrorists

Kent police said the first demonstration passed off peacefully

Second far-right demonstration to take place in Dover

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond

Philip Hammond to press for more action on Syria and Yemen on Gulf tour

Former Lib Dem business secretary Sir Vince Cable said the economists agreed that leaving the EU single market would be "hugely damaging to our economy"

Brexit would hit UK growth, survey of economists finds

Michael Gove warned that David Cameron's "apocalyptic warnings" on Brexit will harm his credibility if they turn out to be false

Tory's Brexit civil war escalates as Leave campaigners target PM

There will be a rollover Lottery jackpot of an estimated £11.4 million after no-one won big at the weekend

Lotto prize rises to £11.4m as no-one scoops jackpot

Emmerdale's Danny Miller arrived suited and booted

Emmerdale scoops best soap at British Soap Awards for the first time

As people look forward to the Euro 2016 football tournament, Acas has issued a plea for flexibility in the workplace

Plea for football flexibility in the workplace during Euro 2016

Lance Corporal Richard Jones has become the first illusionist to win Britain's Got Talent (MoD/PA Wire)

Richard Jones is first illusionist to win Britain's Got Talent

Dr Mark Bonar poses 'a potential future risk of harm to patients', a medical tribunal concluded

Doctor represents 'potential future risk of harm to patients', tribunal finds

Andy Burnham hopes to be mayor of Manchester

Andy Burnham accuses Government of leaving Manchester short of £1 billion

Danny Dyer looked to be keeping everything crossed as he arrived on the red carpet, but he once again missed out on the best actor gong

Emmerdale scoops best soap at British Soap Awards for the first time

Around 248,000 children were referred for specialist mental health treatment last year but 28% were refused (NSPCC/PA)

Suicidal children turned away in 'Russian roulette' mental health service

Dirty food containers in a fridge at Aubergine Indian restaurant in Southsea, Hampshire

Restaurants fined for food safety and hygiene breaches

A Labour Party activist investigated in relation to allegations of anti-Semitism has had her suspension lifted

Labour activist's 'nightmare' over as she is cleared in anti-Semitism probe

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell spoke at a rally called Vote In - Another Europe is Possible

John McDonnell issues rallying cry for a democratic Europe

Hundreds have been arrested in a national crackdown on suspected foreign criminals

Suspects told 'borders hold no barriers' as 361 held in foreign criminals blitz

Motorcyclists at the 2015 Isle of Man TT races

Motorcyclist killed in pre-TT race crash

The wreckage of the Mulberry Bush pub in Birmingham after a bomb exploded in November 1974

Coroner to rule on new Birmingham pub bombings inquests

Firefighters were called to the Estuary Business Park in Whitstable at about 10pm

Gas engineer in hospital with burns after explosion and fire

Hampshire Police are appealing for information

Water birds shot dead in air rifle attack at village pond

Joey Essex was among a specially invited audience in north London

Joey Essex quizzes Ed Miliband over French 'nicking our fish'

Kerry Reeves died after being shot at close range in Abingdon, Oxfordshire (Thames Valley Police/PA)

Two men convicted of murdering woman shot in face with sawn-off gun

Simeon Langford will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court

Man extradited from Ireland to face murder bid charge

Latest politics news

Delia Smith slams 'daily dose of scare tactics' in EU poll campaign

The scene after the fatal speedboat accident in Thailand (Nalinee Siriked/PA)

British woman killed in Thailand speedboat accident 'was on honeymoon'

Tom Billings went missing while hiking in Canada in November 2013 (Family handout/PA)

Remains of missing British hiker Tom Billings found in Canada

Members of the public are being urged to visit farms as a way of finding out more about the rural way of life

'Open house' down on the farm, with public urged to visit

Former Labour leader Ed Miliband hosts a question and answer session with young people

Ed Miliband claims elements of Leave campaign 'based on prejudice'

Lance Corporal Richard Jones has become the first illusionist to win Britain's Got Talent (MoD/PA Wire)

Richard Jones is first illusionist to win Britain's Got Talent

The Princess Royal lays a wreath during a service at Rosyth Parish Church in Fife, marking the centenary of the Battle of Jutland

Hundreds mark centenary of First World War's Battle of Jutland

Tony Blair said he has "real humility" about the decisions he took over Iraq

Tony Blair warns 'very dangerous experiment' to give Jeremy Corbyn power

Health workers pictured in January spraying insecticide to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that transmits the Zika virus, at the Sambadrome in Rio (AP)

Plea for Rio Olympics to be moved over Zika virus fears is rejected

Amber Heard leaves Los Angeles Superior Court (AP)

Johnny Depp given restraining order after Amber Heard claims 'abuse'

A UK citizen has been jailed for 40 years in the US after a court found he had plotted to carry out a suicide bomb attack at Heathrow Airport

UK citizen jailed in US over plot to bomb Heathrow

The Metropolitan Police said Kirsten Treasure had abandoned her sworn oath to protect the people of London

Police officer sacked over 'truly shocking' catalogue of misconduct

Top Gear is returning with a new team of presenters

Chris Evans left feeling a little peaky in Top Gear race to the summit

An artist's impression of the planet Kepler 62f, which scientists believe could have conditions suitable for life (NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle/PA Wire)

Earth-like planet 1,200 light years away 'could be habitable'

Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon and his former bandmates were invoked during a debate on the EU referendum

Anarchy in the UK? Andy Burnham slams the filth and the fury of EU poll debate

The bug has been found to be resistant even to colistin

First patient with bug resistant to 'antibiotic of last resort' reported in US

An announcement on the future of BHS is expected to be made by administrators next week

New suppliers' stock deal boosts BHS rescue hopes

Mayka Kukucova has been on trial over the killing of British millionaire Andrew Bush.

Model guilty of murdering British millionaire ex-boyfriend Andrew Bush in Spain

Cars queue near a poster that reads Fuel Shortage in northern France (AP)

Motorists urged to fill up before heading to France

Karlina and Katrina Raiba, who were left paralysed after Andrew Nay, 39, smashed his company 4x4 into their father's car during a road rage chase (family handout/PA Wire)

Family 'nearly destroyed' by driver who paralysed sisters in road-rage crash

DNA profiles and fingerprints of scores of potential terror suspects have been wrongly deleted

Call for urgent investigation into blunder over terror suspects' biometric data

Donald Trump has secured the support of  the 1,237 delegates needed to claim the nomination at the Republican convention in July (AP)

Special relationship with US will work whoever is president - Cameron


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