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Labour leader Corbyn: Quitting would betray grassroots supporters

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to resign

A defiant Jeremy Corbyn is expected to face a leadership challenge after vowing to fight on despite the overwhelming vote of no confidence by his own MPs.

1:21am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Cameron makes exit as EU talks Brexit

Prime Minister David Cameron was not invited to join the prime ministers and presidents of the other 27 EU nations as they returned to discuss the Brexit fallout (AP)

European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels without David Cameron, in a highly symbolic portent of things to come.

1:08am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Dozens killed in Istanbul airport terror attack

Turkish police block the entrance to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport after the attack (AP)

Foreign Office officials have said they are "urgently seeking further information" following explosions at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, in which at least 36 people were killed and dozens injured .

12:34am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Cheers on the House as Hugh Laurie earns Walk of Fame star

Hugh Laurie is to receive a Hollywood Walk of Fame star

Hugh Laurie will join the likes of Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra and Muhammad Ali with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'

Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the 'big four' supermarkets have been banned

Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the "big four" supermarkets have been banned for being unfair and not "truly representative".

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Nurofen advert banned for false claims on joint and back pain

Nurofen falsely claimed its painkillers could target back and joint pain, the ASA decided

An ad for the anti-inflammatory drug Nurofen has been banned for falsely claiming that it could specifically target joint and back pain.

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Greater protected status for war memorials to mark Somme centenary

The Barnsley War Memorial in South Yorkshire (Historic England/PA)

More than a dozen war memorials have received greater protected status to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War's Battle of the Somme.

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Harry 'hooked on Lesotho' as he urges help in fight against HIV/Aids

Chris Martin (right) of Coldplay performing during a concert hosted by Prince Harry's charity Sentebalein Kensington Palace Gardens, London.

Prince Harry has called for more to be done to combat HIV/Aids as he kicked off an energetic Coldplay set during his charity concert.

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Police are examining a saliva sample from the child suspect.

A boy thought to be as young as 11 has sexually assaulted a woman in a railway station booking hall.

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016

US Army veteran blames Brexit vote for tram race hate incident

Police made three arrests after the incident.

A US Army veteran racially abused on a tram says Brexit "maybe has pushed people to somehow justify that they think it's OK now to act out in this way".

12:31am Wednesday 29 June 2016
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