• Richard Harrington discusses decision to leave Government over Brexit vote
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    Richard Harrington discusses decision to leave Government over Brexit vote

    Credit: BBC Radio 4 Today Programme. Conservative MP Richard Harrington discusses his decision to resign from the Government, following a parliamentary motion to take control of key votes over Brexit.

  • Apple reveals new streaming service
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    Apple reveals new streaming service

    Apple has unveiled plans to move into video with a service to rival the likes of Netflix and Amazon.

  • Conor McGregor announces his retirement from MMAg
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    Conor McGregor announces his retirement from MMAg

    Former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from the sport.The Irishman, who finishes with 21-4 record, said on his Twitter account on Tuesday morning that he had decided to call it a day and wished his former colleagues well.McGregor, 30, returned to

  • Monitor says Thai election campaign 'heavily tilted' to benefit junta
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    Monitor says Thai election campaign 'heavily tilted' to benefit junta

    An election monitor says that the run-up to Thailand's weekend vote was 'heavily tilted' to benefit a party close to the ruling military junta. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

  • Trickster dad pranks kids with 'wrong right answer' during hidden cup game
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    Trickster dad pranks kids with 'wrong right answer' during hidden cup game

    A father played a prank on his kids where they had the opportunity to win $25 by getting a puzzle wrong. After seeing a similar Facebook video online, the dad pre-loaded the other cups with $25 before sitting the kids down and showing them which cup he puts the $5 under. The daughter outsmarted the father

  • Truss says she is ‘continuing to support' PM's Brexit deal
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    Truss says she is ‘continuing to support' PM's Brexit deal

    Chief Secretary to the Treasury Elizabeth Truss has told reporters that she is “continuing to support” the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal as she left home for a Cabinet meeting. Theresa May’s fragile authority suffered another blow as three ministers quit to back a House of Commons amendment enabling MPs

  • Airbus wins China order for 300 jets as Xi visits France
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    Airbus wins China order for 300 jets as Xi visits France

    Airbus has signed a deal worth tens of billions of dollars to sell 300 aircraft to China, coinciding with a visit to Europe by Chinese President Xi Jinping and matching a China record held by U.S. rival Boeing. Ed Giles reports.

  • Surging Floodwaters Bring Down Bridge in New Zealand's South Island
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    Surging Floodwaters Bring Down Bridge in New Zealand's South Island

    The Waiho River Bridge, near Franz Josef, New Zealand, was no match for floodwaters that caused the structure to crumble, as seen in this video from Tuesday, March 26. Heavy rainfall and strong winds had battered the region since Sunday, causing roads to close and residents to be evacuated from some

  • Moment Jeremy Corbyn hit with an egg in mosque
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    Moment Jeremy Corbyn hit with an egg in mosque

    CCTV shows the moment Jeremy Corbyn was hit with an egg by a Brexit supporter. John Murphy assaulted the Labour leader inside a mosque in north London.

  • Andrea Leadsom says Parliament's view may be ‘undeliverable’
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    Andrea Leadsom says Parliament's view may be ‘undeliverable’

    Andrea Leadsom has told reporters that the government cannot "necessarily deliver" on the views of Parliament when it votes on alternatives to Theresa May’s Brexit deal. The Leader of the House of Commons said the views expressed by MPs later in the week in a series of "indicative votes

  • Countdown to Brexit: Britain to leave on April 12 or May 22
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    Countdown to Brexit: Britain to leave on April 12 or May 22

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn condemns the Government's approach to Brexit as MPs seize control of the agenda from Theresa May.

  • UK lawmakers seize Brexit control for a day
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    UK lawmakers seize Brexit control for a day

    British lawmakers voted to take control of the parliamentary agenda for a day, in a highly unusual bid to find a way through the Brexit impasse. Michelle Hennessy reports.

  • Gareth Southgate 'saddened' by racist abuse aimed at England players
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    Gareth Southgate 'saddened' by racist abuse aimed at England players

    England manager Gareth Southgate was saddened and dismayed by "unacceptable" racist abuse endured by his players in Montenegro and vowed to report it to UEFA.

  • Ardern says parenthood affected her response to mosque shootings
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    Ardern says parenthood affected her response to mosque shootings

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that her recent parenthood has changed the way she responded to the two mosque shootings, which killed 50 people. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Speaker invokes fury in Commons with jibe at Conservative MP
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    Speaker invokes fury in Commons with jibe at Conservative MP

    John Bercow sparked uproar in the House of Commons after saying former minister Greg Hands “wasn’t a very good whip” as he admonished the MP for Chelsea and Fulham for “disorderly” behaviour.

  • Brexit is a tragedy for Shakespeare's hometown
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    Brexit is a tragedy for Shakespeare's hometown

    Three years after the UK voted to leave the EU, and just a matter of days before it was supposed to officially happen, discontent runs deep in Shakespeare's birthplace - on both sides of the divide. Francesca Lynagh reports.

  • Corgis on call at Bangkok cafe
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    Corgis on call at Bangkok cafe

    A cafe in Thailand called 'Corgi in the Garden' is gaining popularity, thanks to the help of its 12 resident corgis. Rough cut (No reporter narration).

  • 'Justice will prevail' says Avenatti outside court
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    'Justice will prevail' says Avenatti outside court

    Lawyer Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' former attorney, speaks outside U.S. District Court in New York after his arrest and later release on a $300,000 bond. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Driver Loses Control and Wrecks Lamborghini at London Car Event
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    Driver Loses Control and Wrecks Lamborghini at London Car Event

    Thomas Melsens captured video of a driver losing control of a Lamborghini and smashing into a wall at a supercar demonstration in London on March 24. The video shows the driver manoeuvring away from other cars before losing control of the vehicle. The car can be seen veering towards parked vehicles and

  • Attorney Michael Avenatti gives statement after being charged with trying to extort $20 mln from Nike
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    Attorney Michael Avenatti gives statement after being charged with trying to extort $20 mln from Nike

    Michael Avenatti, who shot to fame as the lawyer of adult film star Stormy Daniels, gave a brief statement as he walked out of a federal court in New York after being charged with extorting more than $20 million from Nike.A federal magistrate judge ordered Avenatti released on $300,000 bond during a

  • MPs take control of Brexit: A breakdown of the vote
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    MPs take control of Brexit: A breakdown of the vote

    MPs have dramatically seized control of the Brexit agenda from Theresa May - potentially paving the way for a "softer" deal that keeps the UK closer to Brussels.The Commons voted by 329 to 302 - a majority of 27 - for a cross-party amendment to enable MPs to stage a series of "indicative

  • MPs vote to take control of Brexit from Theresa May
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    MPs vote to take control of Brexit from Theresa May

    MPs have dramatically seized control of the Brexit agenda from Theresa May - potentially paving the way for a "softer" deal that keeps the UK closer to Brussels.The Commons voted by 329 to 302 - a majority of 27 - for a cross-party amendment to enable MPs to stage a series of "indicative