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More Labour MPs could leave party, deputy leader Tom Watson admits
Labour's deputy leader has warned more groups of MPs could quit the party unless Jeremy Corbyn takes stronger action to address concerns over Brexit and antisemitism.
British man and French companion missing from popular beach in Australia
A British man has gone missing from a popular beach north of Sydney in Australia.
Put a penny tax on new clothes to cut waste and improve recycling, say MPs
Retailers should pay a penny per garment to fund better recycling and try to end the era of throwaway fashion, according to an influential group of MPs.
Scrapping for food to survive: Inside the frontline of Yemen's devastating civil war
Yemen's warring parties have agreed to withdraw their forces from Hodeidah - providing fresh hope for the fragile ceasefire in the city.
Honda to stun ministers with closure of Swindon factory
Honda is preparing to announce the closure of its factory in Swindon, dealing a devastating blow both to its 3,500-strong workforce and ministers' hopes that the UK will remain an elite manufacturing economy after Brexit.
Radio host Maajid Nawaz 'racially attacked' outside London theatre
Radio host Maajid Nawaz has said he was "racially attacked" outside a London theatre.
Former Militant figure Derek Hatton readmitted to Labour - 33 years after being kicked out
Former hard left politician Derek "Degsy" Hatton has told Sky News he has been readmitted to the Labour Party.
IS teen bride Shamima Begum warned of 'consequences' by Sajid Javid
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has warned Islamic State recruit Shamima Begum of "consequences" as she attempts to return to Britain.
'It's all a lie': British IS bride who escaped while pregnant speaks out
A former British IS bride has urged the public to show Shamima Begum "mercy" - but says the teenager is immature and should be asking for forgiveness.
Social networks to become liable for content on their platforms under government plans
The government is planning to make social networks liable for the content on their platforms, but will stop short of giving them the same liability as traditional publishers when it announces its plans within the next few weeks.