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Surge in number of EU citizens granted permission to stay in the UK since Brexit.
Ian Stewart killed Helen Bailey so he could have her £4 million fortune.
A heterosexual couple have lost their latest legal battle to have a civil partnership.
Theresa May takes rare step of attending Lords to watch debate on triggering Brexit
Iraq claims progress against IS near Mosul; Kraft Heinz withdraws Unilever takeover bid
Geert Wilders calls Moroccan immigrants scum ahead of Netherlands general election.
Former PM Tony Blair calls for new movement to reverse the outcome of the EU referendum
Southern Rail commuters face further travel misery.
Trump accuses intelligence agencies of leaks. US threatens to moderate Nato support.
The half-brother of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, reported to have been murdered.
Liz Truss responds to concerns about overcrowding in jails in England and Wales.
The White House has pledged to respond after Pyongyang carried out a new missile test.
Proposed new law could see journalists and whistleblowers jailed
Government to close unit investigating alleged misconduct by UK troops during Iraq war.
Ministers have defended a move to scrap a scheme to bring refugee children into the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn says ministers did a deal with Surrey Council
They have been told that if they reject the terms, there will be no re-negotiation.
Speaker Bercow has been applauded by MPs for opposing Trump addressing parliament
Marine Le Pen promises to eradicate terrorism.
The US president accuses a Seattle federal judge of undermining national security.