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IDS joins Eurosceptics in slamming Hammond's 'status quo' Brexit plan
Iain Duncan Smith has joined other Eurosceptics in attacking the Chancellor over his statements that the UK will stay in the single market after it leaves the EU.
Fifth vehicle 'may have been involved' in Tulse Hill hit and run
Police have said that a fifth vehicle "may also have been involved" and may have struck a woman who died in a fatal hit and run in Tulse Hill.
Deputy speaker Lindsay Hoyle 'devastated' by daughter's death
The deputy speaker of the House of Commons has said he is "truly devastated" by the death of his daughter Natalie.
After Zuma: Why South Africa is at a political crossroads
The ANC party that has governed South Africa since Mandela defeated apartheid is meeting to choose a new leader amid warnings its future is under threat.
Billionaire couple found dead in their mansion basement
A Canadian billionaire and his wife have been found dead in the basement of their Toronto mansion.
Argentina fires head of navy a month after submarine vanished
Argentina has fired the head of its navy a month after one of its submarines vanished with 44 crew members on board.
Revealed: The worst airlines for customer satisfaction
British Airways has plunged to third from bottom in an annual survey of customer satisfaction on short-haul airlines.
Boy, nine, locked in safe during game of hide and seek in Berlin
A nine-year-old boy playing hide and seek at his grandfather's home had to be rescued by firefighters after he hid in a safe.
Strong earthquake strikes Indonesia's main island, killing three people
At least three people have been killed after a powerful earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Java.
'It's been 26 years - I can't die without finding my Nicola'
Nicola Payne, from Coventry, disappeared after crossing wasteland near her parents' house on 14 December, 1991.