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BREAKING: Alfie Evans's dad claims 'son's life support has been withdrawn'
TRAGIC tot Alfie Evans's dad claimed in a Facebook Live video that his son's life support had been removed at Alder Hey Children's Hospital.
today 02:02
BREAKING: Former US president George HW Bush hospitalised a day after wife's funeral
FORMER US President George HW Bush has been rushed to hospital after contracting an infection that spread to his blood, a family spokesman said.
today 00:59
'Rebel at heart' Astrologer reveals royal baby’s QUEEN link and ‘Windsor trademarks’
THE ROYAL baby has finally arrived and one astrologer believes Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William’s third child’s birth was written in the stars.
today 22:56
Princess Diana’s brother posts sweet message as Princess Charlotte meets royal baby
PRINCESS Diana’s brother took to social media to post a sweet message after Kate Middleton gave birth to his great nephew and Princess Charlotte stole the show as she perfected her royal wave to the waiting crowds.
today 22:56
William and Kate show new prince to the world
The proud parents presented the new prince, who is fifth in line to the throne, to say hello just a few hours after his birth.
today 22:05
Terror attack fears as at least two dead after van mows down pedestrians in Toronto

A van has killed two people in Toronto after ploughing into a group of pedestrians on the pavement.

The cause of the incident is not yet known nor the extent of the injuries to the other seven people hit by the van

Authorities said the white van hit a crowd of nine pedestrians in

yesterday 21:59
Royal baby: 'Today is a day to feel patriotic!' Radio host perfect homage to Royal family
THE newborn Royal baby is the perfect reason to feel patriotic and celebrate with the Royal family on this special day, according to radio host Shelagh Fogerty as she discussed xenophobic nationalism surrounding St George's day.
yesterday 21:53
Donald Trump hosts Emmanuel Macron for CRUNCH state visit - ‘It is ALL OR NOTHING’
DONALD Trump is hosting Emmanuel Macron in Washington for a crunch state visit - with one Iranian official warning it could be “all or nothing” for peace in the Middle East.
yesterday 20:50
BREAKING: Two teen girls STABBED in London – girl arrested as bloodbath continues
TWO teenage girls have been stabbed in London in the latest attack to rock the capital.
yesterday 20:47
New hope for Alfie Evans as toddler given Italian citizenship after dad urged Pope to save his son

The family of Alfie Evans have been given new hope after the Italian government granted the toddler citizenship.

British doctors were ready to switch off Alfie's life support after the Evans family lost their latest court bid to allow them to take their son to Italy for

yesterday 19:53
'I've just been stabbed' Murder trial hears knife victim called his own ambulance

Jurors today heard an alleged murder victim phone emergency services and tell them “I've just been stabbed”.

Craig McClelland's words were recorded by the ambulance service during the call on July 23.

Jason Bowskill, 30, told the High Court in Glasgow he heard voices outside his

yesterday 19:53
Royal baby: Kate and Prince William's third-born will enjoy a special place in the family
KATE and William’s newborn prince is perfectly placed for a happy childhood and well-balanced future as an expert revealed that third-borns enjoy a special place in the family.
yesterday 19:47
BREAKING: Van ploughs into pedestrians in major city – multiple casualties reported
A VAN has ploughed into pedestrians with "four people feared dead" and multiple casualties in a major city.
yesterday 19:44
Sex attacks on ambulance workers have tripled in the last five years
GMB calls for tough action after a freedom of information request reveals at least 688 sexual assaults have occurred since 2012-13
yesterday 18:56
It’s the labour movement’s job to ensure Corbyn is the next prime minister

HOW many union members expected to live to see the day when a Labour leader would tell a union conference he is “proud” to have been a lifelong trade unionist and will die so?

Jeremy Corbyn’s address to the Communication Workers Union (CWU) conference in Bournemouth confirmed that

yesterday 18:56
Royal baby BORN: This 'commoner' could be one of the first people to visit the new Prince
KATE Middleton’s third child, born this morning at 11.01, has been welcomed to the world by many cheering people, but only a few have been lucky enough to meet him already. Among them, there may have been a “commoner”, a royal expert said.
yesterday 18:44
China’s GAME-CHANGING aircraft carrier puts massive firepower ANYWHERE on the globe
MILITARY personnel around the world have been put on high alert after China revealed a second ocean aircraft carrier which has been sent out for testing.
yesterday 18:44
First Royal Baby Pictures Captured As Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave Hospital With Their Third Child
Pictures on the steps of St Mary's hospital have become something of a family tradition.
yesterday 18:26
Royal Baby: 'Another PORKER' Viewers blast Sky News’ excited Kay Burley outburst as 'RUDE'
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to her third royal baby, a boy, at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital but Sky News presenter Kay Burley has been slammed for referring to him as ‘another porker’.
yesterday 17:41
BREAKING: Alfie Evans given Italian citizenship boosting hopes of 'immediate transfer'
TERMINALLY ill toddler Alfie Evans has been granted Italian citizenship in a move that has boosted hopes for his "immediate transfer" for treatment.
yesterday 17:38
European Commission proposes whistleblower protection law

The European Commission has proposed a bill to protect whistleblowers almost five years after such a demand was first floated by the European Parliament.

The commission's proposal seeks to strengthen legal protection of whistleblowers regardless of their employment status in the public or

yesterday 17:29
Stephen Lawrence memorial day announced

A national commemoration of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence is to take place on April 22 each year, Prime Minister Theresa May announces.

It will be known as Stephen Lawrence Day.

The announcement comes on the 25th anniversary of his death.

A memorial of Lawrence's life and

yesterday 16:50
Lisa Brown murder suspect to be freed after Spanish judge shelves probe

A Spanish judge has sensationally shelved his probe against the prime suspect in the Lisa Brown murder case .

Javier Garcia Ramila made the shock decision just a week after Simon Corner was held on a European Arrest Warrant at Heathrow Airport as he got off a flight from South America.

yesterday 16:44
BREAKING: 'Back in a minute!' Prince William leaves hospital to pick up George & Charlotte
PRINCE William has left hospital to pick up Prince George and Princess Charlotte and introduce them to their new brother.
yesterday 16:35
Council install concrete bollards at North Ferriby United entrance to stop it becoming a travellers' site

North Ferriby United owner, Jamie Waltham, wants to open the ground to travellers to supply a demand for space

A parish council has responded to a local football team owner's plans to open the pitch to travellers by planting concrete bollards at the gates.

North Ferriby Parish

yesterday 16:26
Murder gang caged for brutal street attack using knives, a machete, a sword, a chain, a hammer and crowbar

Six men were today convicted of killing 39-year-old dad Gary Clampett in a brutal street attack in Fraserburgh .

A jury at the High Court in Glasgow found John Henderson, 47, Gary Martin, 37, Thomas Martin, 45, James Connor, 52, and Dean Leech, 25, guilty of murdering Mr Clampett by

yesterday 15:41
Hay fever tablets WARNING - Stay away from THESE antihistamines or risk driving ban
UK MOTORISTS that suffer from hay fever are being warned that certain types of antihistamines could have adverse affects on them while driving and should be kept away from. Drivers taking antihistamines can be punished for drug driving if the tablet impairs them while on the road.
yesterday 15:35
Secrecy of VW fraud report 'unacceptable', says MEP

The European Investment Bank's decision to keep secret the entire report on how it was misled into lending €400m to emissions-cheating Volkswagen is "not acceptable", according to Green MEP Heidi Hautala.

The Finnish deputy told EUobserver that she thought the whole report should be

yesterday 15:23
Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy
The Royal family are "delighted" at the news of the new prince's safe arrival at St Mary's Hospital on Monday morning.
yesterday 14:44
Royal baby: What's it like growing up as a third child?
There will be many things that set the new royal baby's life apart from others, but something the prince will have in common with lots of us is siblings. With an older brother and sister, his is fifth in line to the throne, but what other effect can being third-born have?
yesterday 14:17
Daily News
Toronto van attack: Who is police suspect Alek Minassian?
ALEK Minassian has been named as the suspected driver in a van attack which caused terror in north Toronto on Monday afternoon after 10 people were killed and 15 injured after the vehicle plowed into a crowd.
today 03:08
Coronation Street: Producer Kate Oates QUITS soap after criticism over controversial plots
CORONATION STREET’s Kate Oates has stepped down as producer for the long-running ITV series after thousands of viewers complained about the controversial storylines.
today 03:08
Royal Baby: Prince Cambridge HEAVIEST baby born to heir IN CENTURY - ‘What a PORKER!’
THE NEW Royal baby is the heaviest baby born to an heir in more than a century, weighing in at a sizeable 8lbs and 7oz.
today 03:08
'I just froze' - CHILLING account of woman just 'a few feet' away from Toronto van attack
THE CHILLING account of a woman who narrowly avoided being hit in the Toronto van attack has been revealed with the witness explaining how her friend pulled her out of the way of the vehicle just seconds before it ploughed into dozens of pedestrians.
today 03:08
Millicent Fawcett: Statue of suffragist to be unveiled in London
A statue commemorating the life of the suffragist, Millicent Fawcett, will be unveiled opposite Parliament later.
today 02:53
Pokemon Go Shiny Wailmer LIVE following Earth Day event success
POKEMON GO Trainers can now catch a Shiny Wailmer and stack up a lot of Stardust following the success of the recent Earth Day event.
today 02:05
Theresa May told 'CONFRONT the Remoaners' as pro-EU MPs plot Customs Union HUMILIATION
THERESA May is being urged to fight back against Remoaners in her own party who are threatening to disrupt Brexit negotiations by opposing No 10s plan to leave the Customs Union after the UK separates from the EU.
today 02:05
Royal Wedding 2018: Queen ‘to hide’ microphones in flowers - but why?
ROYAL WEDDING fans are excitedly anticipating Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s ceremony next month, but a former butler to Prince Charles has revealed technical details about Queen Elizabeth II’s involvement.
today 02:05
Coronation Street: Kym Marsh speaks out on Ryan Thomas and Tina O'Brien spat - 'He's mean'
CORONATION STREET actress Kym Marsh has revealed what she really thinks about the alleged dispute between Ryan Thomas and co-star Tina O’Brien over their nine-year-old daughter Scarlett having her nails painted.
today 02:05
Two teen girls STABBED in London – girl arrested as bloodbath continues
TWO teenage girls have been stabbed in London in the latest attack to rock the capital.
today 02:02
Arsenal legend Ian Wright fuming as golden boot and medals on sale for £7MILLION
PREMIER League and Arsenal legend Ian Wright has spoken of his sadness after learning that hundreds of items from his playing days including his golden boot are up for sale in the US.
today 02:02
Toronto van attack suspect NAMED after ten killed
A MAN suspected of killing ten people by ploughing a van into pedestrians has been named.
today 02:02
Car nicking gadgets can be found on AMAZON for as little as £100
THIEVES are buying gadgets off Amazon and eBay for as little as £100 to steal cars.
today 02:02
Alfie Evans given Italian citizenship boosting hopes of 'immediate transfer' for treatment
TERMINALLY-ill toddler Alfie Evans has been granted Italian citizenship in a move that has boosted hopes for his "immediate transfer" for treatment.
today 02:02
Kate and Wills’ ‘CONCERNED’ body language at baby unveiling REVEALED
KATE Middleton and Prince William revealed their new baby boy to the world with beaming smiles – but behind the grins was a hint of concern, a body language expert has revealed to Daily Star Online.
today 02:02
Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?
The UK has accepted more than 10,000 Syrian refugees in the past two and a half years - but analysis by the BBC shows large disparities in the numbers going to different parts of the country.
today 01:50
Britain's Fat Fight: Why we're losing
Everywhere we go these days, we are urged to buy food and eat it - and it's never good, not vegetables or fruit or well-balanced meals, but crisps, chocolate, burgers, fizzy drinks and sugary breakfast cereals.
today 01:50
Co-living in London: Friendship, fines and frustration
More than three-quarters of 18 to 34 year olds living in Britain say they feel lonely. So could co-living be the answer? The BBC stayed in two different communes to find out if a living space shared is a social problem solved.
today 01:50
Latest news from Great Britain
today 03:08 Royal Baby: Prince Cambridge HEAVIEST baby born to heir IN CENTURY - ‘What a PORKER!’
today 03:08 Coronation Street: Producer Kate Oates QUITS soap after criticism over controversial plots
today 03:08 Toronto van attack: Who is police suspect Alek Minassian?
today 03:08 'I just froze' - CHILLING account of woman just 'a few feet' away from Toronto van attack
today 02:53 Millicent Fawcett: Statue of suffragist to be unveiled in London
today 02:05 Pokemon Go Shiny Wailmer LIVE following Earth Day event success
today 02:05 Coronation Street: Kym Marsh speaks out on Ryan Thomas and Tina O'Brien spat - 'He's mean'
today 02:05 Royal Wedding 2018: Queen ‘to hide’ microphones in flowers - but why?
today 02:05 Theresa May told 'CONFRONT the Remoaners' as pro-EU MPs plot Customs Union HUMILIATION
today 02:02 Arsenal legend Ian Wright fuming as golden boot and medals on sale for £7MILLION
today 02:02 Two teen girls STABBED in London – girl arrested as bloodbath continues
today 02:02 Kate and Wills’ ‘CONCERNED’ body language at baby unveiling REVEALED
today 02:02 Alfie Evans given Italian citizenship boosting hopes of 'immediate transfer' for treatment
today 02:02 Car nicking gadgets can be found on AMAZON for as little as £100
today 02:02 Toronto van attack suspect NAMED after ten killed
today 02:02 BREAKING: Alfie Evans's dad claims 'son's life support has been withdrawn'
today 01:50 Britain's Fat Fight: Why we're losing
today 01:50 Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?
today 01:50 In pictures: Sophie Raworth and the 150-mile desert ultra-marathon
today 01:50 Co-living in London: Friendship, fines and frustration
today 01:50 MPs announce hand car-wash 'slavery probe'
today 01:50 Jillian Howell death: Victim 'had bully scrawled on head'
today 01:50 Horses 'fly-tipped and left to die', says RSPCA
today 01:14 World in brief: April 24
today 01:14 Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson shares first photo with baby Tiana
today 01:02 Britain's Got Talent 2018: Pensioner lost MILLIONS after giving hit song to Pat Benatar
today 01:02 Toronto van attack pictures: Devastating images of pedestrian horror as death toll rises
today 01:02 Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Mary Berry to sign up? Claudia Winkleman drops huge bombshell
today 01:02 BREAKING: George HW Bush 'IN INTENSIVE CARE' just days after death of wife Barbara Bush
today 01:02 Obamas congratulate royals on third child and propose Kensington Palace PYJAMA PARTY
today 00:59 April 22 will forever be known as Stephen Lawrence Day, Theresa May says
today 00:59 Toronto van attack suspect NAMED after nine killed
today 00:59 Miss Bum Bum winner Suzy Cortez in kinky Coutinho tribute
today 00:59 Camilla Parker Bowles RINSED after documentary reveals Duchess 'spooked by ghost'
today 00:59 He’s here! World’s FIRST glimpse of Kate and Wills’ royal baby
today 00:59 Cops capture 'Waffle House shooter' who 'killed four in NAKED rampage'
today 00:59 'Congratulations and celebrations' BBC quote Cliff Richard song after police raid
today 00:59 BREAKING: Former US president George HW Bush hospitalised a day after wife's funeral
today 00:47 Labour election candidate facing calls to stand down
today 00:47 Alfie Evans parents lose 'last-ditch appeal' over life support
today 00:11 Toronto van swerves across four lanes to 'deliberately' hit pedestrians - witnesses
today 00:11 'Kill me': Van attack suspect shouts to police after Toronto collision
today 00:11 1 in 5 cases of PMS may be linked to drinking alcohol, study claims
today 00:08 Drinking alcohol linked to more severe symptoms of PMS
today 23:59 Fortnite update 3.6: Epic Games Downtime and Patch Notes news revealed
today 23:59 ‘What Brexit rebellion?’ Confident Iain Duncan Smith promises ‘Remainers will NOT win’
today 23:59 All hail QUEEN Camilla: Twitter erupts for ‘lovely down to earth’ Duchess of Cornwall
today 23:59 'It's reprehensible!' Former Brexit minster SLAMS EU for refusing to talk about trade
today 23:59 Far-right activists build BARRIER along France-Italy border in swipe at Macron
today 23:59 The look of love: The heartwarming moment Kate looked adorably at her newborn son
Editorials
Melrose’s purchase of GKN demonstrates capitalism’s fundamental failing
As Mariana Mazzucuto’s new book, published today, explains, our economy has been financialised and no longer rewards real value creation.
yesterday 19:32
Inside the lives of the 78 people who died homeless this winter
Some died in doorways or in tents pitched in the snow. Others died in shelters or temporary accommodation.
yesterday 19:32
Crumbling Britain: thousands like my elderly aunt suffer as the public realm decays
The first in a New Statesman series examining the reality of the age of austerity – and how it is affecting people’s lives.
yesterday 17:26
Labour should recognise that the best Brexit deal is no Brexit
If the UK is forced to obey most EU rules to safeguard the economy, it should seek to remain at the top table. 
yesterday 16:23
The selection of Mandy Richards exposes a longterm problem with how Labour vets candidates
Here's how parties end up with dangerously unsuitable candidates.
yesterday 15:20
The Windrush scandal has shown the left how to make the case for immigration
Public support for immigration dramatically increases when it is given a human face. 
yesterday 14:17
When I met Shaggy I was star-struck – but with Kylie, I’m in awe
The 1980s pop sensation has mastered something icons frequently master: the art of reinvention. 
yesterday 13:14
Governments are flexing their muscles over bad corporate behaviour, starting with social media firms

Over the last few years we have pointed out over and over again that when governments feel like being in control, they can take control. This is something the global corporations that have spent the last 20-30 years behaving as if the world is mostly their oyster (low taxes, minimum regulation,

yesterday 12:29
Can parliament force a government U-turn on the UK’s customs union membership?
Downing Street is trying to bully Conservative Remainers with the threat of letting in a Jeremy Corbyn government.
yesterday 11:08
Why do politicians keep making podcasts?
Nick Clegg is the latest to take to the internet airwaves.
yesterday 11:08
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