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Post-Brexit hate crimes in England and Wales reach record levels

Hate crimes in England and Wales have risen to record numbers in the three months immediately following the UK's vote to leave the European Union

Hate crimes in England and Wales have risen to record numbers in the three months immediately following the UK's vote to leave the European Union

Sport

Real Madrid ready all guns for Napoli, Arsenal look to reverse fortunes

Real Madrid have mastered the art of winning without hitting top gear this season but that will be severely tested in Wednesday night’s Champions League clash with…

Real Madrid have mastered the art of winning without hitting top gear this season but that will be severely tested in Wednesday night’s Champions League clash with…

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Five hundred years of robots at the British Science Museum

A new exhibit at London’s Science Museum traces five-hundred years of robotic development, from early clockwork-automation – such as the impressive Silver Swann from 1773- to interactive…

A new exhibit at London’s Science Museum traces five-hundred years of robotic development, from early clockwork-automation – such as the impressive Silver Swann from 1773- to interactive…

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Londoners oppose Trump travel ban

Cities across the UK joined a global movement in oppostion to Donald Trump and a travel ban he tried to impose last week

Cities across the UK joined a global movement in oppostion to Donald Trump and a travel ban he tried to impose last week

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Brexit: One last hurdle

The so-called Brexit bill must now be passed by both houses of the UK's parliament- the House of Commons and the House of Lords

The so-called Brexit bill must now be passed by both houses of the UK's parliament- the House of Commons and the House of Lords

Business

Weak pound boosts FTSE 100 to new record high

Friday was another standout day for Britain's top share index, taking it to an all-time high after its 14th consecutive daily gain.

Friday was another standout day for Britain's top share index, taking it to an all-time high after its 14th consecutive daily gain.

Sport

2017 begins with a bang for Tottenham Hotspur

The Corner greets 2017 with a shock for Chelsea, and the continent's clubs back in action after the break. Plus our predictions for next weekend's standout games.

The Corner greets 2017 with a shock for Chelsea, and the continent's clubs back in action after the break. Plus our predictions for next weekend's standout games.

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Chaos in London as millions stranded by Tube strike

Why it is happening, what to do and where to look for information about your journey in the UK capital on Monday.

Why it is happening, what to do and where to look for information about your journey in the UK capital on Monday.

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Who is Sir Ivan Rogers?

The former treasury policy chief resigns from role as EU envoy

The former treasury policy chief resigns from role as EU envoy

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London's New Year's Day parade shrugs off rain

Despite heavy rain at times London's New Year's Day parade brought some glitz and glamour to the streets of the capital.

Despite heavy rain at times London's New Year's Day parade brought some glitz and glamour to the streets of the capital.

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Western Europe rings in 2017

From Giza to London, Amsterdam to Dubai, the world rings in 2017.

From Giza to London, Amsterdam to Dubai, the world rings in 2017.

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Trip the light fantastic in an enchanted garden

Flaming torches, yuletide carols, singing trees and lasers are all being deployed by the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London.

Flaming torches, yuletide carols, singing trees and lasers are all being deployed by the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London.

Science_technology

Interact with Virtually Real Art in London

Its creators promise an exhibition unlike any other: visitors to the Royal Academy of Arts in London will be soon allowed to do something most galleries would frown upon – interact, walk through, and

Its creators promise an exhibition unlike any other: visitors to the Royal Academy of Arts in London will be soon allowed to do something most galleries would frown upon – interact, walk through, and