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Britain First leader Paul Golding charged over Belfast rally speech
Britain First leader Paul Golding has been charged with using threatening, abusive and insulting words or behaviour.
Home Office broke law by deporting homeless EU migrants, High Court rules
A Home Office policy of deporting homeless European Union nationals has been declared illegal by the High Court.
Grenfell survivors told 'never lose hope' as Royals join memorial service
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire were told to "never lose hope" as they joined members of the Royal Family at a memorial service to honour victims.
Extra penny on income tax rate for Scots earning more than £24,000
Income tax for people in Scotland earning more than £24,000 a year will rise to 21p, the Scottish government has said.
Sir Cliff Richard warned finances may be made public during BBC court battle
Sir Cliff Richard has been warned that details of his financial affairs may be revealed during a High Court battle with the BBC.
Theresa May insists she is 'on course to deliver Brexit' despite vote defeat
Theresa May has insisted she is "on course to deliver Brexit" as she tried to shrug off a Commons defeat on key legislation.
Birmingham firework murder: Police seek three women who may have 'vital information'
Detectives investigating the death of a father in an arson attack involving an "industrial-sized" firework have released CCTV images of three women who may be "key" to catching the culprits.
Fox to sell film and TV assets to Disney
Two of the world's biggest media and entertainment companies have fired the starting pistol on the biggest shake-up in Hollywood since the 1930s as 21st Century Fox agreed to sell its entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co for $52.4bn.
Four Iraqis win damages for unlawful detention and ill-treatment by British forces
Four men have been awarded as much as £30,000 each after a High Court judge ruled they suffered mistreatment during the Iraq War.
Bank sees reduced risk of disorderly Brexit as rates held
The Bank of England has said it sees a reduced risk of a disorderly Brexit following the Prime Minister's deal to secure trade talks with the EU.