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November 15, 2017
Airbus: 'No-deal' Brexit will be 'chaos at the borders'

Airbus: 'No-deal' Brexit will be 'chaos at the borders'

Airbus has said it is running out patience with the government and a "no-deal" Brexit would mean "chaos at the borders".

Delay Trump visit over child detentions - Corbyn

Delay Trump visit over child detentions - Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has called for Donald Trump's visit to the UK next month to be delayed over his administration's policy of separating migrant children from their families and keeping them in cages.

6,000 jobs to go as House of Fraser closures confirmed

6,000 jobs to go as House of Fraser closures confirmed

House of Fraser has been given approval by creditors to close 31 of its 59 stores, resulting in up to 6,000 job losses.

Leslie walks free after sex assault charge not proven

Leslie walks free after sex assault charge not proven

A sexual assault charge against former television presenter John Leslie has been found not proven by a court in Edinburgh.

Judge refuses bid for passports with 'X' for gender

Judge refuses bid for passports with 'X' for gender

Campaigner Christie Elan-Cane has lost a High Court action against the government's policy on gender-neutral passports.

Hitler's cutlery sells for £12,500 at auction

Hitler's cutlery sells for £12,500 at auction

Cutlery that once belonged to Adolf Hitler has been sold at auction for £12,500 in Dorset.

Javid 'dragging feet' on Windrush compensation

Javid 'dragging feet' on Windrush compensation

Home Secretary Sajid Javid is being accused of "dragging his feet" on compensation for Windrush citizens.

Firms that have issued warnings over Brexit

Firms that have issued warnings over Brexit

Businesses have been cautious about speaking out on Brexit for fear of alienating customers and souring relations with influential Whitehall officials.

James Corden cries during Paul McCartney carpool

James Corden cries during Paul McCartney carpool

An emotional James Corden has taken Sir Paul McCartney on a magical mystery tour of Liverpool.

Charles and Camilla in morale-boosting Salisbury visit

Charles and Camilla in morale-boosting Salisbury visit

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited Salisbury in a bid to encourage tourists to return to the city in the wake of the nerve agent attack.