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Cars queue near a poster that reads Fuel Shortage in northern France (AP)

Motorists urged to fill up before heading to France

An artist's impression of the planet Kepler 62f, which scientists believe could have conditions suitable for life (NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle/PA Wire)

Earth-like planet 1,200 light years away 'could be habitable'

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Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon and his former bandmates were invoked during a debate on the EU referendum

Anarchy in the UK? Andy Burnham slams the filth and the fury of EU poll debate

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An announcement on the future of BHS is expected to be made by administrators next week

New suppliers' stock deal boosts BHS rescue hopes

Mayka Kukucova has been on trial over the killing of British millionaire Andrew Bush.

Model guilty of murdering British millionaire ex-boyfriend Andrew Bush in Spain

The bug has been found to be resistant even to colistin

First patient with bug resistant to 'antibiotic of last resort' reported in US

DNA profiles and fingerprints of scores of potential terror suspects have been wrongly deleted

Call for urgent investigation into blunder over terror suspects' biometric data

Donald Trump has secured the support of  the 1,237 delegates needed to claim the nomination at the Republican convention in July (AP)

Special relationship with US will work whoever is president - Cameron

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Lucy and Trip Hazard will appear in the Britain's Got Talent final on Saturday (Syco/Thames TV)

Dancers and dog act win Britain's Got Talent wild cards

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan talks to British Transport Police Superintendent Gill Murray during a routine operation

Sadiq Khan: London attack review needed as terrorists' tactics always evolving

Pc Amar Tasaddiq Hussain outside Stafford Crown Court

Police officer who sparked terror alert with hoax 999 call jailed

Francis Ajeneye was a senior biomedical scientist at Homerton University Hospital

Scientist's sanction over dishonest references unduly lenient, judge rules

Southern Railway will be allowed to increase cancellations by a third to 32,000 a year, the union claimed

Train company accused of agreeing 'remedial plan' to increase cancellations

Salaries for communications and marketing managers leapt by 37% to £70,000 this year, according to Emolument.com

Biggest pay rises going to marketing managers, report finds

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2 Sisters supplies a third of all poultry consumed in the UK

Brexit could 'decimate British food industry' warns 2 Sisters' boss

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The Duchess of Cornwall with Sophie Turner, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans and Helen George as she joined the judging panel for the 500 Words competition

Tom Hiddleston hits right note at 500 Words creative writing final

Footballer Ched Evans is to face a new rape trial in October

Ched Evans faces new rape trial in October

Liam Fee was found dead at a house near Glenrothes in Fife on March 22, 2014 (PA/Police Scotland)

Liam Fee murder trial jury retires to consider verdict

The report stated that the drone was "extremely close to the aircraft"

Drone flown 100ft from plane near Manchester Airport

Artist's impression of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station (EDF/PA)

French unions deliver new blow to Hinkley Point nuclear power scheme

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The men are to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court

Three men to face court on Syria terror charges

Calvin Harris has pulled out of two Las Vegas shows as he recovers from injuries he suffered in a car accident

Calvin Harris cancels shows as he recovers from car crash injuries

Police Scotland said they were treating the death as unexplained

School shocked by death of girl, 14, who fell ill during PE lesson

Asthma is one of the lung conditions mentioned in the report

'Systemic neglect of lung disease' in NHS structures

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Nearly 90 per cent of EU workers in the UK would face losing jobs in the event of Brexit, a study found

Study finds nearly 90% of EU workers would lose UK jobs in event of Brexit

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has been urged to to visit Britain to see how it has been "damaged" by the EU

Come and see how UK has been damaged by EU, Boris tells Juncker

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, right, and former Labour leader Ed Miliband

Ed Miliband and Jeremy Corbyn join forces in battle against Brexit

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The scene near Koh Samui in Thailand after a British woman died in a speedboat accident (Nalinee Siriked/Twitter/PA)

Briton missing after Thai boat capsize was celebrating first wedding anniversary

The G7 summit took place in Japan (AP)

Cameron hails G7 summit free trade deals progress

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David Cameron told the G7 summit in Japan that the UK was ready to take an "active leadership role" in building the capacity of Libya's coastguard (AP)

David Cameron defends Libya stance after Jeremy Corbyn 'mission creep' warning

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George Osborne's claim that families would be £4,300 a year worse off if Britain left the EU was "likely to be misconstrued by voters", MPs said

MPs criticise key claims made by Remain and Leave campaigns

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Andrew Tosh, of Stirling Street, Dundee, sexually assaulted a female cabin crew member (Sussex Police / PA)

Hundreds arrested by airport police for drink offences

Around two-thirds of trials in the Crown Court were delayed or did not go ahead at all, according to the committee

'Rapid and significant' criminal justice system improvements sought for victims

Consumers still have doubts about the health of the economy, a report suggests

Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says

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Jaguar Land Rover manager Andrew Nay, 39, who left two young sisters paralysed after smashing his company 4x4 into their father's car during a road rage chase

Driver 'left sisters paralysed after crashing into car during road rage chase'

Mark Manning has been missing for two years

Man charged with preventing lawful burial after human remains found

The judges on Britain's Got Talent were impressed (Syco/Thames)

Impressionist Craig Ball reaches Britain's Got Talent final

The Brain family meet with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh to discuss their case

Family hope 'common sense will prevail' as they fight deportation

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An activist for the Vote Remain campaign dressed in a gorilla suit ahead of a visit by Boris Johnson in Winchester, as part of his tour on the Vote Leave campaign bus.

Gorilla suit man allegedly punched at referendum rally attended by Boris Johnson

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Messages between members of the BMA junior doctors' committee show heated talks over how to win the dispute with the Government

Leaks show doctors' leaders aimed to tie Government 'in knots' over contract row

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The scene near Koh Samui in Thailand after a British woman died in a speedboat accident (Nalinee Siriked/PA)

Briton dies and another missing in Thailand speedboat accident

David Cameron reviews a guard of honour as he arrives in Japan for the G7 summit (AP)

European Union and Japan give green light for trade deal

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The immigration figures have come under particular scrutiny ahead of the EU referendum

EU net migration equals record high of 184,000

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A crackdown by exams regulator Ofqual means pupils will find it harder to get their marks changed

Exam regulator announces crackdown on marking appeals

Lieutenant General Mark Carleton-Smith has warned that hard-line Islamist extremists aligned to al Qaida may be plotting to use Syria as a springboard to mount a new wave of terror attacks. (MoD / PA)

Senior MoD commander warns of al Qaida-linked extremists' 'ambitions' in Syria

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Leona Lewis will star in Cats on Broadway

Leona Lewis replaces Nicole Scherzinger in Cats on Broadway

Lord Justice Pitchford is chairman of an inquiry into secret policing tactics

Witnesses at undercover policing probe 'should not face prosecution threat'

Mike Ashley has been refusing to appear before the committee

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley told to appear before MPs on June 7

Rickshaw drivers will be forced to charge reasonable fares under new proposals

Government cracks down on rickshaw rip-offs

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