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Bill Turnbull: Prostate cancer battle 'relentlessly boring'
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UK unemployment falls by 47,000 to 1.36 million in three months to August, official figures show
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Could chip fat help dirty shipping clean up its act?
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Laura Kuenssberg 52m
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6. Final thought, more important for No 10 is what happens tomorrow and Thursday in Brussels - worst case scenario is EU decides to plan for a 'no deal' summit in November - best hope is they say ok, let's get talks going again immediately, with warm message about cracking on
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Laura Kuenssberg 53m
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5. But it's going to take quite some contortion for the PM and negotiators to find a convincing way of promising it will be up to UK, not EU to exit the arrangement and it won't, by stealth, become the status quo
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Laura Kuenssberg 54m
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4. Ministers pushing for a fixed date are asking for something that can't be given, according to No 10's thinking, because the end of an arrangement will be dependent on WHAT happens, not WHEN
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Laura Kuenssberg 56m
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3. But.... as one Cabinet minister says 'it's not at about Chequers at all' right now - it's all about the backstop, and what ministers are prepared to accept - how many will wear increased check btw GB + NI, and how many will accept Customs Union without a fixed end date?
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Laura Kuenssberg 57m
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2. Some key Brexiteer MP s spent yday urging Cabinet to push May to ditch Chequers at meeting today, with dark warnings that backbenches could force her to do so later if they don't try, or don't succeed
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Laura Kuenssberg 58m
Cabinet this morning - a quick thread ...... 1. Meeting due to last two hours, won't be a quick nod through of the day's business
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Samantha Simmonds 2h
Good morning - on and I are discussing -in one part of the globe they've found a novel way of making flour - it's made of bugs -we're asking if you would eat bread made out of Cricket flour - let us know!
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Theresa May will try to rally ministers at start of critical 48 hours for
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Would you eat slaughter-free meat? 🥩
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Hammond’s £19bn bill to 'end austerity'
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Celebrating 60 years of in pictures
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What do astronauts and one in five women have in common?
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Danny Shaw 2h
Home Office Minister Lady Williams confirms Law Commission will consider if misandry should be classed as a “hate crime” along with misogyny & attacks directed at the elderly:
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Move over technocrats - political leaders now take centre stage. And what are they thinking ahead of the EU summit dinner tomorrow with Theresa May? I’ve headed to Berlin:
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Victoria Derbyshire 2h
Exclusive: 5000 reports of online animal cruelty reported to RSPCA each year. In his very first interview since taking over as Chief Exec, calls for animal welfare to be taught in schools. Wide-ranging exclusive int after 10am
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Lizzy Yarnold, Great Britain's most decorated Winter Olympian, has announced her retirement from skeleton. What a career she's had! 🙌 More 👉
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Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation case against Trump
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