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International Development Secretary Priti Patel will consider the national interest in making funding decisions

Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund'

There have been protests against the ban in the UK as well as France

'Hot-blooded' Tory MP wades into French burkinis row

Concerns were reportedly raised over the pilots before the 9am United Airlines UA162 flight from Glasgow to Newark

US flight pilots arrested at Glasgow Airport amid alcohol concerns

Two 17-year-old males were arrested in the Greater Manchester area on suspicion of drugs offences and are being questioned by police

Teenager who died at Leeds Festival after taking drugs named

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Performers were head over heels to be taking part in the Notting Hill Carnival in west London.

Children join the festivities at London's Notting Hill Carnival family day

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All trains in and out of Waterloo were stopped for a while after a fire was reported nearby

London Waterloo train services start again after lines blocked as fire reported

Ttip brought out health campaigners who were against the partnership

EU-US trade deal talks have stalled, says German economy minister

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Police on Camber Sands after the deaths of five men pulled from the sea on the hottest day of the year

Camber Sands search called off after swimmer found safe and well

The group's supporters include former Tory minister Anna Soubry

Pro-EU Open Britain movement calls on PM to secure 'best possible relationship'

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Mia Ayliffe-Chung died after being stabbed at a backpackers' hostel in Australia (Tommy Martin/PA)

Family 'immensely proud' of man who tried to save stabbed British backpacker

The Bank of England's chief economist has claimed property is a better option for retirement investment than pensions

Property trumps pension as retirement investment, economist claims

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, welcomes Nigel Farage at the rally in Jackson, Mississippi (AP)

Nigel Farage says 'Trump was my warm-up' and draws Reagan parallel

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Lord Janner is alleged to have abused youngsters over a period spanning more than 30 years

Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family

The coronet could be exported unless a UK buyer can be found (Department for Culture Media and Sport/PA)

Queen Victoria coronet could go overseas without UK buyer

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Emily Middlemas auditions for The X Factor (ITV)

Back to the future as 2014 hopeful has another crack at The X Factor

Artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

EDF boss Vincent de Rivaz 'confident' in Hinkley Point project

The scene on the M20 motorway after the lorry hit a motorway footbridge, causing it to collapse

Both M20 carriageways reopened to traffic a day after bridge collapse

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BHS has ceased trading

BHS disappears from the high street as remaining stores close down

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John McDonnell called Sir Richard Branson a 'tax exile who thinks he can try and intervene and undermine our democracy'

Corbyn ally calls for Sir Richard Branson and Sir Philip Green to lose titles

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Theresa May will discuss Brexit with ministers at Chequers

Theresa May summons ministers to Chequers to discuss Brexit

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A new tax is needed to fund the NHS and social care system, Dan Poulter says

Ex-minister calls for new tax to fund NHS and social care system

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An Everton fan died after collapsing at Goodison Park

Everton fan dies after collapsing during Premier League match against Stoke

Research carried out for Which? in May found that 81% of Britons had received at least one nuisance call that month

Which? says bosses should be held personally accountable for nuisance calls

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A boy said to be British features in the IS video

'British boy executing prisoner' in IS video

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The fan collapsed at Goodison Park

Everton fan dies after collapsing during Premier League match against Stoke

The arrest centred on allegations of ticket touting at the Rio Olympics

Hospitality boss held in Rio ticket touting probe 'set to be released'

The scene on the M20 motorway after a lorry hit a bridge, causing it to collapse

M20 to remain closed overnight after digger on lorry brings down footbridge

The Government is considering the proposed Hinkley Point C scheme

EDF boss Vincent de Rivaz 'confident' in Hinkley Point project

New taxes could be a solution to NHS funding difficulties

Ex-minister calls for new tax to fund NHS and social care system

John McDonnell argued Sir Richard Branson was a 'tax exile who thinks he can try and intervene and undermine our democracy'

Corbyn ally calls for Sir Richard Branson and Sir Philip Green to lose titles

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Georgia May Foote and Giovanni Pernice have gone separate ways

Georgia May Foote splits with Strictly partner and boyfriend Giovanni Pernice

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A Tesco store was forced to close because of bad weather

Tesco store forced to close as rain pours through roof onto shop floor

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The Prime Minister was at Lord's to see England take on Pakistan in a one-day international

Theresa May spotted watching England play cricket at Lord's

Double Olympic champion gymnast Max Whitlock pulled the lever to switch ITV channels off for an hour

ITV pulls plug as I Am Team GB campaign bids to get Britain moving

Police are investigating the death

Police probe after man, 26, dies in Creamfields festival campsite

Chris Annakin was among the players injured in the crash on Friday afternoon

Three Wakefield Wildcats players injured in road crash

John Cleese is reportedly talking to the BBC about a sitcom written for him

John Cleese 'in talks' for BBC sitcom shock return

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It's For You was written for Cilla Black by John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney (The Beatles Shop/PA Wire)

'Lost' Beatles record found by Cilla Black's nephew sold for £18,000

Marcos Burnett, 14, died in the Amatrice earthquake (Foreign and Commonwealth Office/PA)

Tributes pour in for Britons killed in Italy earthquake

Gregg Wallace said Britain was 'built on chips and spam fritters'

Kitchen war as Gregg Wallace blasts Mary Berry's 'ludicrous' chips attack

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Oxford Dictionaries launched the #OneWordMap search in an effort to find the word that "makes the blood boil"

Survey to find most hated English word axed after offensive contributions

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Harrison Ford is reprising his role as Rick Deckard in the sequel to Blade Runner

Building worker killed in Blade Runner sound stage collapse

Campaigners are calling for greater punishments for academics who sexually harass students

Hush-hush deals hide scale of campus harassment claims - campaigners

Private schools also saw a slight drop in the percentage of pupils achieving top grades

Private schools follow national trend with slight A-level results dip

Police outside the pentahotel in Birmingham after a bomb disposal team was called in

Police get extra time to quiz men held in 'counter-terror' raids

Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered Whitehall departments to identify and publish information showing how outcomes vary for people of different backgrounds

May orders public service audit to reveal racial disparities

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Theresa May has reportedly been told she does not need a vote to begin the Brexit process

Theresa May 'can trigger Brexit without Parliament'

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The busiest single day for motorists embarking on leisure journeys is expected to be Saturday

Millions of people due to take to the road as Bank Holiday getaway begins

Stephen Bear leaves the Celebrity Big Brother house as winner

Big Brother winner Stephen Bear in more bother as host tells him to 'shut up'

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