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Govt pressures EU to 'move on' Brexit talks over Irish border issue
The Government has put pressure on the EU to begin talks on post-Brexit trade in order to help solve questions over the Irish border, in the face of a fresh warning from Dublin.
Brexit: Key Leave ministers appear to back £40bn EU divorce bill
Theresa May appears to have won the backing of Cabinet Brexiteers to double the UK's "divorce bill" offer from £20bn to £40bn.
Meet Daeshgram: The Iraqi hackers using Islamic State's propaganda against them
Islamic State pioneered modern online propaganda but their own techniques are now being turned against them to cause mistrust.
Merkel says fresh elections would be better than leading minority government
Angela Merkel has said she would prefer new elections to leading a minority government, following the collapse of coalition talks.
Lewis Hamilton targets final flourish in 2017 finale at Abu Dhabi GP
Lewis Hamilton has promised to "give it everything" in this weekend's season-ending Abu Dhabi GP as he bids to cap his fourth title-winning year with a 10th victory of 2017.
Budget 2017: Philip Hammond to focus on 5G, driverless car testing, AI and housing
Billions of pounds for housing and high-tech industry are expected to be at the centre of Chancellor Philip Hammond's "positive and upbeat" Budget this Wednesday.
EU agencies will relocate to Paris and Amsterdam in first Brexit shift
Two European cities have won lucrative bids to host EU agencies leaving London because of Brexit.
Michael O'Neill offered new six-year contract to remain as Northern Ireland boss
Michael O'Neill has been offered a new six-year contract to remain as Northern Ireland manager until 2023, Sky Sports News understands.
Zimbabwe's ousted VP Mnangagwa urges Mugabe to quit as impeachment set to begin
Zimbabwe's ousted vice president has called on Robert Mugabe to quit immediately - paving the way for him to take over.
EasyJet claims 'advantage' in industry battle as bookings soar
EasyJet says it has a "strategic advantage" over rivals, with bookings in its current quarter up 88% on last year as competitors dwindle in number and others endure operational problems.
David Warner says Ben Stokes let England down while he'll be fit for Ashes first Test
David Warner has accused Ben Stokes of letting England down after insisting he would beat a neck injury to play for Australia in the Ashes first Test in Brisbane.
Bellew vs Haye: Tony Bellew considers interim fight before David Haye rematch
Tony Bellew still wants a rematch with David Haye but has suggested they both take an interim fight in the meantime.
Rohingya treatment amounts to 'dehumanising apartheid' - Amnesty report
Myanmar's treatment of Rohingya Muslims amounts to "dehumanising apartheid," according to a new human rights report.
Deficit widened in October ahead of Hammond's Budget
Higher debt costs meant the Chancellor borrowed more than expected in October as he faces pre-Budget pressure to spend more on public services in uncertain economic times.
Off-duty police officer 'shoots armed robbers dead' while holding baby in Brazil
An off-duty police officer shot dead two suspected armed robbers as they attempted to hold up a pharmacy in Brazil, while carrying his young son in one arm.
US authorities bid to block AT&T $85bn takeover of Time Warner
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has sued AT&T to stop its $85bn (£70bn) takeover of Time Warner - setting the stage for a potentially explosive legal battle.