Wigan stabbing: Two women injured in attack
The victims have been taken to hospital but the extent of their injuries is not known, police say.
bbc | UK | 5 mins ago
 
Exclusive: documents show Foxconn refuses to renegotiate Wisconsin deal
Foxconn won’t tell the state exactly what’s happening at the plant.
reddit | Technology | 6 mins ago
 
'We'll all go now': John McDonnell to stand down from Labour front line politics
independent | UK | 19 mins ago
 
Switching broadband provider 'could save £120'
More than three-quarters of consumers who haggled were offered a better deal, according to Which?
bbc | Business | 19 mins ago
 
Mystery super-rich family celebrate Boris Johnson's election win by buying £65m London townhouse
Buyers waited until Conservative majority assured before signing on dotted line
independent | UK | 24 mins ago
 
“They have turned our country into an international laughing stock, and yet we could not beat them, it’s a damning indictment” Stephen Kinnock says that Jeremy Corbyn, his stance on Brexit and too many promises made the election unwinnable for Labour
““They have turned our country into an international laughing stock, and yet we could not beat them, it’s a damning indictment” Stephen Kinnock says that Jeremy Corbyn, his stance on Brexit and too many promises made the election unwinnable ...
reddit | Politics | 25 mins ago
 
People are complaining that they only like democracy when they win but 56% of people didn't vote for the conservatives. How is this democracy?
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reddit | UK | 26 mins ago
 
Residents bid to rename Corbyn Road to stop house prices falling
“We’ve always known the name attracts attention and it didn’t matter as much when the town was Labour but now it’s associated with the worst Labour leader there has ever been."
reddit | Politics | 30 mins ago
 
Lisa Bloom on working for Weinstein: ‘Attorneys represent a lot of distasteful people’
Before representing five of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, the lawyer advised the producer on how to discredit his accusers. Does she have any regrets?
theguardian | World | 32 mins ago
 
WWII bomb found near River Thames in Chelsea
The device was discovered in Chelsea, west London, by the team building a new sewer under the river.
bbc | UK | 35 mins ago
 
Former Sudan dictator Bashir sentenced to two years 'rehabilitation' over corruption charge
Ousted leader faces several charges brought since his 30 years in power came to an abrupt end
independent | World | 38 mins ago
 
Facebook ads are spreading lies about anti-HIV drug PrEP. The company won't act
Advocates fear such ads could roll back decades of hard-won progress against HIV/Aids and are calling on Facebook to change its policies
theguardian | Technology | 40 mins ago
 
A runner who smacked a reporter's backside on air now faces charges
The man accused of slapping a news reporter on the backside while she was reporting live in Savannah, Georgia, last week has been arrested and charged with sexual battery, according to her employer, CNN affiliate WSAV.
reddit | World | 52 mins ago
 
To save net neutrality, Mozilla and others file appeal - The company wants the full DC Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the case upholding the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules
The internet company is asking the full DC Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the case upholding the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules protecting an open internet.
reddit | Technology | 53 mins ago
 
Citizenship Amendment Bill: India's West Bengal hit by protests
The UK, US and Canada have warned people visiting India's north-east to "exercise caution".
bbc | World | 54 mins ago
 
UK weather: heavy showers to continue over the weekend
theguardian | Top Stories | 55 mins ago
 
John Lennon's sunglasses sell for £137,000
The Beatles star left them on the back seat of Ringo Starr's Mercedes in the summer of 1968.
bbc | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
Boris Johnson to visit new Tory seats in north-east England
Union head says PM must stand by promises if he wants to keep vote of first-time supporters
theguardian | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
How the Tories won the online election: pick a line, ignore the facts and repeat | Alex Hern
Real British voters, not Russian bots, spread misinformation, says the Guardian’s UK technology editor, Alex Hern
theguardian | Politics | 1 hrs ago
 
Scrapyard which found £20,000 in old safe to give cash to charity
Original owners of bundles of cash fail to come forward after police appeal
independent | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
David Blunkett calls on trade unions and MPs to lead revolt to force Corbyn out as Labour leader
As succession battle begins, defeated Labour MPs point finger of blame at the party's leader
independent | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
Britain's youngest MP vows to donate more than half of salary to charity to 'give back to labour movement'
'Workers need a pay rise – carers, teaching assistants, nurses – and I’ll take mine when they take theirs'
independent | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
Boris Johnson tipped to sack Rees-Mogg after sidelining him during election
The Tory toff, who was re-elected in North East Somerset this week, is set to be removed as Commons leader as Downing Street finally loses patience after his shocking Grenfell Tower remarks, according to reports
reddit | Politics | 1 hrs ago
 
BBC animated guide to how constituencies voted
Fly through 15 hours of election results in 10 simple stops.
reddit | Politics | 1 hrs ago
 
Hung parliament and 70 Lib Dem MPs: What the general election result would have been if we used a PR system
Tories would have won only 288 seats – the largest party in a hung parliament
independent | UK | 1 hrs ago
 
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