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Jeremy Corbyn poised to backtrack on international anti-Semitism definition
Jeremy Corbyn is poised to "take one for the team" and make a humiliating climbdown on anti-Semitism by backing an internationally recognised definition in full.
BBC won't appeal against High Court ruling on Sir Cliff Richard raid coverage
The BBC will not appeal against a High Court decision to award Sir Cliff Richard damages over coverage of a police raid on his home.
Jeremy Corbyn tries to draw line under Palestine wreath row with fresh denial
Jeremy Corbyn has sought to draw a line under a row over wreaths laid at a memorial for Palestinians, issuing a fresh denial that he paid tribute to suspected terrorists.
State of emergency to last a year after Genoa bridge collapse
A year-long state of emergency has been declared after at least 39 people died in the collapse of a major bridge in Italy.
Fewer youngsters believe university is important to succeeding in life
The number of youngsters who think it is worth going to university has fallen significantly over the last five years, according to a new poll.
Bellew vs Usyk: Tony Bellew believes fighting Oleksandr Usyk now looks likely
Tony Bellew says his showdown with Oleksandr Usyk is "inevitable" - but it has to happen this year.
Genoa bridge collapse tragedy 'will leave a mark on the soul'
If we were shocked by our first sighting of the Morandi Bridge - as we approached it after a fast deployment from Brussels - it's hard to imagine how the people who had lived with the landmark for decades feel.
Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in Manchester City training
Manchester City have confirmed midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has injured his right knee in training and sources close to the player understand he could be out for between two to four months.
Eating breakfast before working out could 'prime' body to burn carbs - study
Eating breakfast before exercising not only increases the amount of carbohydrates burned but can also speed up digestion after working out, researchers have said.
London mayor Sadiq Khan seeks powers to cap Uber driver numbers in capital
The London mayor is seeking powers to limit the number of Uber drivers in the English capital after a similar move in New York City.
Real Madrid look to Gareth Bale to replace talisman Cristiano Ronaldo - can he deliver?
With Cristiano Ronaldo gone, the path is clear for Gareth Bale to become Real Madrid's main man. But can he deliver consistently? Peter Smith takes a look...
Jos Buttler: England man blogs on 'selfless' Chris Woakes and 'amazing cricketer' Ben Stokes
Jos Buttler blogs on Mr Perfect, Chris Woakes; the return of “amazing cricketer” Ben Stokes and England’s chief weather watcher ahead of the third Test against India at Trent Bridge…
Trump revokes security clearance from ex-CIA chief over 'erratic behaviour'
Donald Trump has revoked former CIA director John Brennan's security clearance, a move he said was about fulfilling his "constitutional responsibility to protect the nation's classified information".
Fernando Alonso to quit F1: Who next for McLaren?
Fernando Alonso has suggested he could return to McLaren and F1 in the future, despite confirming he will quit the sport at the end of the season.
Westminster terror crash: Suspect Salih Khater was in London 'to get Sudanese visa'
The suspect held over the Westminster terror crash was in the capital to get a Sudanese visa, Sky News understands.