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The foreign secretary says it's not in anyone's interest to penalise the UK over Brexit.
Theresa May details her plans for negotiating an exit from the European Union.
Northern Ireland is to hold Assembly elections in March after power-sharing collapses.
Tristram Hunt steps down as a Labour MP.
The former England football team manager Graham Taylor has died at the age of 72.
Donald Trump denies allegations that Russia has compiled compromising material about him.
Fifa's president says a new, larger World Cup gives more countries 'the chance to dream'.
Northern Ireland's deputy first minister Martin McGuinness resigns.
Intelligence agencies brief Donald Trump on claims of Russian hacking in the US election.
Campaigner Jill Saward, the woman at the centre of the Ealing Vicarage rape case, has died
The Foreign Office's Tim Barrow replaces Ivan Rogers as Britain's EU ambassador.
Four Chelsea fans have been found guilty over Paris Metro racism.
Vladimir Putin says he won't expel US diplomats from Russia.
The UN welcomes a ceasefire in Syria.
Bradley Wiggins, Britain's most decorated Olympian, retires from cycling.
The Berlin market attacker, Anis Amri, is shot dead by police in Milan.
Two men are convicted of manslaughter for the tipper lorry crash which killed four people.
German authorities offer a reward for information about the Berlin attack.
Police investigate the lorry attack in Berlin which killed 12 people and injured 48.
Russia's ambassador to Turkey is shot dead at an art exhibition in Ankara.
A riot involving hundreds of inmates has broken out at HMP Birmingham.
A convoy of buses takes people away from the last rebel-held district of Aleppo in Syria.
The UN criticises the Syrian government's failure to honour a ceasefire in eastern Aleppo.
The UN says that over 80 civilians have been killed by pro-government forces in Aleppo.
Local authorities in England could increase council tax to fund social care.
Russia is accused of state-sponsored drugs cheating on a massive scale.
100 Women Day - the news through the eyes of women around the world.
Tata Steel says it has secured jobs and production at Port Talbot and other sites.
The EU's chief negotiator says a Brexit deal will need to be reached by October 2018.
Supreme Court legal hearing begins over Parliamentiary consent and triggering Article 50.