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Tony Blair urges 'nation in peril' to show Brexit statesmanship

Tony Blair says Britain must be statesmanlike in negotiating withdrawal from the EU

Tony Blair has called for "serious statesmanship" in the talks with the European Union that will shape the future of the UK after Brexit.

1:19am Friday 1 July 2016

Nation falls silent to honour Somme sacrifice

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry join a military-led vigil at the Thiepval memorial to the Missing

The nation will fall silent to honour thousands of soldiers killed in the Battle of the Somme, 100 years after its bloody beginning.

1:19am Friday 1 July 2016

Jeremy Corbyn losing party support - poll

Jeremy Corbyn may win a leadership election but his support in the Labour Party is dwindling, according to the YouGov poll

Jeremy Corbyn is clinging on defiantly as Labour leader as a poll indicated he could still see off a leadership challenge, but his previously rock-solid support in the party may be falling away.

1:00am Friday 1 July 2016

Wales in history-making bid to reach Euro 2016 semi-final

Gareth Bale says Wales are Belgium's 'bogey team'

Wales fans are urging their team to "make history" as they take on Belgium in their Euro 2016 quarter-final clash.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

High-flyer Luke becomes UK's youngest airline pilot

Luke Elsworth, 19, was offered a job with easyJet after taking one of the fastest possible routes to becoming qualified (EasyJet/PA)

A teenager has become one of the UK's youngest ever airline pilots.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

Investment scam victims being fleeced an average £20k

Citizens Advice are warning of a wide range of scams in which people are being conned out of tens of thousands of pounds

Investment scam victims are losing £20,000 on average to frauds which may involve fake diamonds, bogus stocks and shares and fine wines that do not really exist, Citizens Advice is warning.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

Medics told never to 'assume' orders not to resuscitate patients are in place

A leading watchdog said health workers should never assume a 'do not resuscitate' order is in place when caring for terminally ill children

Health professionals caring for terminally ill children must never "assume" there is a "do not resuscitate" order in place, a watchdog has said.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

Prostitution laws need to be urgently rewritten, say MPs

MPs said that prostitution laws need to be rewritten

Prostitution laws should be urgently rewritten so sex workers are no longer criminalised for soliciting, a major new Commons report has argued.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

Police make arrest after stabbing death of man, 76

John Baker was killed during an attempted robbery in Glasgow

Police investigating the stabbing death of an elderly man in a Glasgow street have made an arrest.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016

Royal Troon golf club to vote on admitting female members

Muirfield golf club captain Henry Fairweather announces the outcome of a membership ballot on the admission of women as members

Members of Open Championship venue Royal Troon will vote on admitting women to the club today.

12:24am Friday 1 July 2016
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