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Quit for your party's sake, Labour MPs tell Jeremy Corbyn

Beleaguered Jeremy Corbyn is facing the prospect of most of his MPs voting to oust him as Labour's bitter civil war threatens to tear the party apart.

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David Cameron to face EU leaders for first time since Brexit vote

David Cameron is to face leaders of other EU states for the first time since the referendum vote for Brexit, as he travels to Brussels for what is likely to be his last European Council summit as Prime Minister.

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Opportunity as well as risk from Brexit, Sajid Javid to tell business leaders

The Business Secretary will on Tuesday chair the first meeting of business leaders since the EU Referendum result.

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More women at risk of ovarian cancer should get surgery, researchers say

The number of cases of ovarian cancer could be reduced if more at-risk women were offered pre-emptive surgery, experts have said.

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Nicola Sturgeon seeking support for Scottish EU talks

Nicola Sturgeon will today seek backing from the Scottish Parliament to pursue talks aimed at protecting Scotland's place in the European Union.

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Charles' household awaits impact of Brexit vote on official duties

The Prince of Wales' household is waiting to see what impact the UK's decision to leave the European Union will have on the official work of the heir to the throne, a royal source has said.

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Andy Murray takes on Liam Broady at Wimbledon in all-British showdown

Wimbledon is set for an all-British showdown as Andy Murray takes on Liam Broady on Centre Court.

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Not so nice in Nice as England crash out to minnows Iceland

England have crashed out of Euro 2016 after going down 2-1 to Iceland - leading Roy Hodgson to quit his role as Three Lions manager.

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Theresa May favourite to lead Tories - poll

Theresa May has overtaken Boris Johnson in the race to become the next prime minister, according to polling.

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New prime minister and Tory leader in place by September 2

A new prime minister and Conservative leader should be in place by September 2 at the latest, the party's 1922 Committee executive has recommended - with nominations opening on Wednesday and closing on Thursday.

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Not so nice in Nice as England crash out to minnows Iceland

England have crashed out of Euro 2016 after going down 2-1 to Iceland - leading Roy Hodgson to quit his role as Three Lions manager.

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UK strong enough to weather the storm, say Cameron and Osborne

David Cameron and George Osborne have moved to calm nerves over Britain's withdrawal from the EU, as the financial markets responded with continued volatility after Thursday's Brexit vote.

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Jeremy Corbyn defiant after 'hostile' meeting with Labour MPs

Jeremy Corbyn has faced a "hostile" meeting with Labour MPs and peers who told him he must quit for the sake of the party.

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Alice Gross family 'stunned' foreign criminal suspect 'not monitored'

The family of murdered schoolgirl Alice Gross "remain stunned" that the foreign criminal believed to be responsible for her death was "not monitored or even known about in any way" after he came to the UK.

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Regulators urged to ensure nurses are competent after language test changes

Nursing regulators have been implored to ensure that all nurses are "fully competent to deliver high-class care" following changes to the English language test requirements for nurses trained outside the UK.

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Killer of Kayleigh, 15, found guilty of holding her prisoner before her death

The killer of teenage schoolgirl Kayleigh Haywood has been found guilty of holding her prisoner in the hours before her murder.

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Shares temporarily suspended amid major FTSE losses

Britain's Brexit vote has dealt a hammer blow to heavyweight financial stocks, with some shares being temporarily suspended as the losses stack up.

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Elderly patients being given medical treatment of no benefit, review finds

More than a third of elderly patients who are dying receive "invasive and potentially harmful" treatments in their last weeks of life, according to the biggest review of its kind.

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Businesses warning of severe implications following Brexit vote

Businesses have begun reacting to Britain's decision to pull out of the European Union, with several warning of severe implications.

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Civil service 'Brexit unit' set up by David Cameron ahead of negotiations

David Cameron has established a civil service unit to prepare the way for Brexit negotiations to get under way under his successor as Prime Minister.

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