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Six scenarios now May's Brexit deal has been rejected

Six scenarios now May's Brexit deal has been rejected

So, Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected by MPs.

Bosses round on ministers after May defeat

Bosses round on ministers after May defeat

Executives from some of the biggest companies operating in the UK rounded on cabinet ministers on Tuesday night after they refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit‎ in the wake of Theresa May's crushing Commons defeat.

Grace Millane: New Zealand man pleads not guilty to murdering British backpacker

Grace Millane: New Zealand man pleads not guilty to murdering British backpacker

The New Zealand man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane has pleaded not guilty at Auckland High Court.

Historic defeat for PM’s Brexit deal as Corbyn tables no confidence vote

Historic defeat for PM’s Brexit deal as Corbyn tables no confidence vote

MPs have emphatically rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal - the biggest loss suffered by a government in 94 years.

Brexit vote: Remain and Leave's reaction shows enormity of PM's failure

This was worse than even the government feared.

A day for May to save her job - here's how no-confidence vote works

Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated by 230 votes - the biggest government defeat in history.

Pound volatile as Brexit uncertainty drags after May defeat

The pound has endured a rollercoaster ride amid the deepening political crisis over Brexit.

Alfie Lamb death: Man 'crushed toddler to death with car seat for being noisy'

A three-year-old boy died after being squashed and suffocated by an electric car seat after his mother's boyfriend grew annoyed at the "noise and fuss" he was making, a court has heard.

Hillsborough trial: Ex-police chief's 'extraordinarily bad' failings led to deaths, court hears

Jurors in the trial of former Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield have been told his "extraordinarily bad" failures contributed substantially to the victims' deaths.

Smart buildings, including hospitals, riddled with devices vulnerable to hackers

Although smart buildings which automate control of heating and ventilation systems are becoming more common, security standards aren't keeping up.


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