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Jeremy Corbyn says his party is the only one "ready to put trust in the people" over Brexit.
South Asian women are proudly taking ownership of their identities on social media
England cricketer Ben Stokes has the support of "the whole sport and the country" after criticising The Sun over a story it ran about his family, a leading cricket chief says.
Actor Brad Pitt questions astronaut Nick Hague about life on the International Space Station.
It follows problems at the new children's hospital in Edinburgh and the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.
Social media firm is to tighten rules after 'misrepresentation' row over Conservative party advert.
Former Australian wing Nick Cummins discusses his two years in Japanese club rugby - including hibiscus eating, face bleaching and the delights of drinking sake.
Former US marine Paul Whelan, accused in Russia of espionage, insists he is not a spy.
The drones and missiles that targeted oil facilities were fired from southern Iran, US officials say.
New recruits, high hopes, Ashdown tributes and a mug-based popularity battle as activists met by the seaside.
Wales backs coach Rob Howley has been sent home from the World Cup for an alleged breach of betting rules.
One owner, in Hampshire, says his device started to flicker 16 months after he had bought it.
A union calls for more action to stop phones entering jails after a prisoner posts on social media.
Particles of black carbon pollution can cross to the fetal side of the placenta, a study finds.
Smart meters were supposed to make our lives easier. and cheaper, but their introduction has been controversial.
Jodie Chesney may not have been the intended target of a stabbing in a London park, a court hears.
The offensive use of drones has grown significantly in recent years, nowhere more so than in the Middle East.
Police are still searching for the £4.8m 18-carat loo which was stolen in a raid at Blenheim Palace.
Burnley plumber gains worldwide attention for not charging elderly customer "under any circumstances".
Police try to move some 1,000 people from a gym and tent camp near Dunkirk.