Buckingham Palace has formally complained about a Sun story saying the Queen backs Brexit
Bank of England Governor says an EU exit is the biggest financial risk facing the UK
EU leaders extend summit after Turkey puts forward new proposals
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George Osborne drops plans to scrap or alter tax relief on pension contributions
Facebook set to pay millions more pounds in UK tax after overhauling its tax structure
President Hollande has warned of "consequences" if Britain votes to leave the EU
Campaigners accused of not explaining 'Brexit' plans / Coronation Street creator dies
Seamus Daly is released from prison after the case against him collapses
Teargas fired on the Greek-Macedonian border and at "the Jungle" camp in Calais.
Allies of moderate president Rouhani on course to claim victory in a parliamentary poll.
G20 leaders warn of shock to global economy of "Brexit"
Russia halts Syria air-strikes
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has warned of further cuts in public spending.
Inquiry says BBC failings allowed abuse by Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall to go undetected
Rotherham gang jailed for abusing teenage girls.
Junior doctors in England announce three more strikes.
David Cameron appeals to MPs to back keeping Britain in the EU. Syria ceasefire agreed.
Boris Johnson has announced that he will argue for Britain's exit from the European Union
In-out vote to be held on June 23rd, several cabinet ministers to campaign to leave EU.
EU leaders remain locked in talks amid signs Mr Cameron is struggling to win concessions
Judges rule the law on joint enterprise has been misinterpreted for more than 30 years.
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, says David Cameron's EU demands are justified.
David Cameron tries to drum up support for his EU plans. New cancer treatment welcomed.
Cabinet To Decide Official Position On Referendum/ Airline Pilots Worry About Lasers
Syrian rebels throw ceasefire into doubt. Print edition of the Independent to end
Gravitational waves detected. Jeremy Hunt to impose a new contract on junior doctors
A former judge to look at how detectives investigated historical sex abuse allegations.
Investigation into a train crash in southern Germany in which 10 people died.