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The European aerospace company Airbus is set to become the first big manufacturer to pull investment from Britain after losing patience with Theresa May’s stalled Brexit negotiations
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There were more than 200 successful, failed or prevented terrorist attacks in the EU last year, according to Europol figures
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The Indian actor Irrfan Khan, who starred in Slumdog Millionaire and Life of Pi, has been flooded with messages of support after writing with heartbreaking candour about his cancer
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Tomorrow's front page: Airbus prepares to take flight
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The naked body of a retired policewoman was found in an airing cupboard at a hotel almost a week after she became trapped inside and tried to dig her way out through the walls
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German labour union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) said it would start balloting Ryanair pilots for industrial action, raising the prospect of strikes from August
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Two of the biggest players in the car industry have announced a “strategic alliance” to develop a new generation of commercial vehicles, as rival manufacturers explore ways to co- operate
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Philip Hammond will tell the City that he believes tax rises rather than borrowing must shoulder the burden of the NHS spending promised by Theresa May
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French intelligence officers are to be invited to take a degree course in spying in an attempt to draw upon academic knowledge in the fight against terrorism and other crimes
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As India’s prime minister joined tens of thousands marking International Yoga Day at a special ceremony in the Himalayan foothills, opponents accused him of staging a “giant photo op” to boost his nationalist credentials
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We now know how the Home Office plans to confirm the status and residency of European nationals after Brexit, when free movement ends. It might not be perfect, but the new system is refreshingly modern, Ian Robinson writes
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Facebook is launching live quizzes with cash prizes to compete with an app-based gameshow that attracts millions of entrants for daily contests
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The Times of London 7h
The Russian leader has a golden opportunity to weaken the West when he meets the US president next month, writes
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Dixons Carphone, the troubled electricals and mobile phone retailer, announced a 24 per cent plunge in full-year profits as it battles against a shrinking UK electricals market, lower margins and rising costs
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Some 456 patients died at Gosport War Memorial Hospital between 1989 and 2000 because of “an institutionalised practice of the shortening of lives through prescribing and administering opioids without medical justification”
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BT has been hit with a £77,000 fine for sending almost five million nuisance emails to customers, in the latest setback for the telecoms group
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Private companies with a valuation of more than $1 billion are so scarce that they have been dubbed unicorns. Britain appears to be getting better at producing this rare breed, however
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Two American multimillionaires have been granted planning permission to build a controversial golf course on a stretch of unspoilt sand dunes
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In ticking off a teenager, the French president did more than simply assert his own importance, writes Jenni Russell
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For centuries proud Scotsmen have vehemently denied that their national dress is a skirt. Now it has been confirmed that men in kilts will be protected by a proposed law to make upskirting a criminal offence
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