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GDP figures to show impact of Brexit vote
Third quarter GDP figures due out later are expected to show the UK has managed to avoid a major economic slowdown following the Brexit vote.
Benefit cuts linked to rise in food bank use
There is a strong link between increased benefits sanctions and a rise in food bank use, according to a new report.
CBI seeks £6bn investment boost from Hammond
The CBI has published a wish-list of actions it hopes the Chancellor will follow as he makes his first Autumn Statement next month.
UKIP MEP hits back over Woolfe fight claims
UKIP's Mike Hookem has again denied claims that he punched fellow MEP Steven Woolfe in the face and pushed him to the floor.
Labour accuse May of plotting 'bankers' Brexit'
Labour will attempt to exploit Tory divisions over leaving the EU by accusing Theresa May of plotting a "bankers' Brexit".
West Ham and Chelsea fans clash during cup tie
Violent clashes between West Ham and Chelsea supporters at the former Olympic Stadium have been described as "unacceptable".
Thursday's national newspaper front pages
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Candice Brown declared winner of BBC’s final Bake Off series
Candice Brown has been crowned champion of the Great British Bake Off, which aired for the last time on the BBC tonight.
Michael Gove lands key role overseeing Brexit
Michael Gove, sacked by Theresa May and told "go and learn about loyalty on the back benches", is to make a comeback in a Brexit
Man charged over suspicious device on Tube
A man has been charged with making or possessing an explosive substance after a suspicious device was found on the Tube last week.