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Two security reviews into Westminster attack
Man 'invented county cricket job to avoid jail'
A man who was spared jail after claiming he had been offered a job at Leicestershire County Cricket Club invented the role to "evade a
EU blocks London Stock Exchange merger
European regulators have formally blocked the £25bn merger between the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse.
Landlord defends ban on 'coloured people'
A buy-to-let tycoon facing a public backlash over his ban on "coloured" tenants has said: "I would do it again."
Man quizzed over death of British dancer in Oz
Police have questioned a man over the death of a British dancer at an Australian strip club.
Deportation protest halts flights from Stansted
Flights at Stansted were halted temporarily after protesters blocked a runway at the airport.
Manufacturers warn over 'lose-lose' Brexit
Brexit negotiators have been warned that the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal would be a "lose-lose" outcome for thousands of manufacturing
Theresa May signs Article 50 letter to Europe
Theresa May will issue an appeal to the country to "come together" as she formally launches the process for the UK to leave the European
Article 50: We will need to remain patient
So that's it. The talking is over. Now, Britain is formally leaving the EU.
Half of Brits happy Brexit talks starting
Across the country, emotions ran high during the EU referendum campaign - but there is little sign of Bregret from voters as Theresa May prepares