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Henry Bolton can be Ukip’s Jeremy Corbyn – Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage has handed embattled Ukip leader Henry Bolton a lifeline by saying he could become the party’s version of Jeremy Corbyn.

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Dolores O?Riordan death

Dolores O’Riordan’s family and friends gather in Co Limerick ahead of funeral

Family and close friends of Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan accompanied her to her home town church in Co Limerick on Monday night ahead of her funeral.

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Robert Hannigan is the former director of GCHQ (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Ex-spy chief: Tech companies have a year to shape up over terror content

Technology giants have a year to show they are serious about tackling online terror content, an ex-spy chief has warned.

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Police are trying to trace relatives of a man found collapsed outside UCLH on Boxing Day (Met Police/PA)

Appeal to trace relatives of man found collapsed outside a hospital

Police have released further images of a man found collapsed in Camden in a bid to locate his family or friends.

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Simon Bailey, lead officer for child protection at the National Police Chiefs Council, said internet companies have a 'moral and social responsibility to make their platforms safe' for children (Yui Mok/PA)

Internet companies are enabling paedophiles – police chief

Internet companies are “fundamentally enabling” child sex abuse, the police chief in charge of child protection has said.

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Molly McLaren lived in Cobham and was a student at the University of Kent (Kent Police/PA)

Man admits stabbing ex-girlfriend to death but denies murder

A man has admitted stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death in a shopping centre car park but denies murder.

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Ursula Keogh, 11, went missing on Monday (West Yorkshire Police/PA)

Police searching for missing schoolgirl find body in river

Police looking for a missing 11-year-old schoolgirl have found a body in a river.

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MEPs on the European Parliament's Brexit steering group have said Britain is heading for a Norway-style transition deal with the EU (Victoria Jones/PA)

Post-Brexit transition deal will resemble Norway single market membership – MEPs

Britain is heading for a Norway-style relationship with the European Union during a post-Brexit transition period, influential MEPs have said.

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace

Princess Eugenie reveals she cried when Jack Brooksbank proposed on one knee

Princess Eugenie cried when boyfriend Jack Brooksbank went down on one knee to ask for her hand in marriage, and she revealed the proposal was a “complete surprise” but the “perfect moment”.

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A forensic tent stands next to the van used in the attack (Victoria Jones/PA)

Finsbury Park accused ‘was brainwashed by TV drama on grooming sex scandal’

A “total loner” who tried to kill as many Muslims “as possible” by driving into worshippers near a mosque became “brainwashed” after watching a television drama about the Rochdale grooming sex scandal, a court has heard.

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Police Scotland are searching for missing 12-year-old Liam Jack Bonthron (Jane Barlow/PA)

Police Scotland search for missing schoolboy

Police have “growing concerns” for a 12-year-old boy who failed to show up at school.

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The UK Government is being urged to reduce plastic bottle waste (Lynne Cameron/PA)

UK Government urged to follow Scotland on bottle return scheme

Scottish ministers have called on the UK Government to follow their lead and bring in a deposit return scheme for drinks bottles.

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace (Jonathan Brady/PA)

What we learned from Princess Eugenie’s engagement interview

Princess Eugenie and fiance Jack Brooksbank have opened up about their engagement and wedding.

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Jaguar Land Rover is adjusting its production schedules (Dave Thompson/PA)

Jaguar Land Rover to cut production at Halewood factory

Car giant Jaguar Land Rover is to cut production at its Halewood plant amid slowing demand caused by Brexit uncertainty and consumer concern over the future of diesel vehicles.

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Archbishop of Canterbury refuses to clear late Bishop Bell of child sexual abuse

The Archbishop of Canterbury has refused to declare the late Bishop Bell innocent of sexually abusing a young girl in the 1950s despite calls from his supporters to clear his name.

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Ombudsman appeals for witnesses after teenager knocked down and killed

The Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman is appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was knocked down and killed following a night out.

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Boris Johnson has repeatedly called for a Brexit "dividend" to be spent on the NHS (Victoria Jones/PA)

Boris Johnson to press Cabinet for £5 billion a year extra for NHS after Brexit

Boris Johnson is expected to use a Tuesday Cabinet meeting to demand £100 million extra a week for the NHS after Brexit, it is understood.

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Princess Eugenie poses with Jack Brooksbank in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace to mark their engagement (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Princess Eugenie reveals she cried when Jack Brooksbank proposed on one knee

Princess Eugenie cried when boyfriend Jack Brooksbank went down on one knee to ask for her hand in marriage, and she revealed the proposal was a “complete surprise” but the “perfect moment”.

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General Sir Nick Carter says the UK must keep up with its enemies (Steve Parsons/PA)

UK may reverse decision to pull out of Germany over threat from Russia

The head of the British Army has paved the way for a potential U-turn on the decision to pull back troops from Germany owing to the growing threat of Russian aggression.

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Ukip leader Henry Bolton has rejected calls to quit (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Henry Bolton vows to ‘drain the swamp’ as he defies calls to quit as Ukip leader

Embattled Ukip leader Henry Bolton has rejected calls to quit as he vowed to purge the party of those he blamed for “factional infighting”.

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