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Airline trade body boss hits out at cabin baggage ban on laptops and tablets

The UK and US ban on laptops and tablets in cabin baggage on certain inbound flights has been condemned by a global aviation leader.

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Tycoon who banned 'coloured' tenants blames lettings agent for public backlash

A buy-to-let tycoon has blamed a disgruntled lettings agency employee for thrusting him into the spotlight over his ban on "coloured" tenants - but insisted: "I do not apologise for it."

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PM presiding over constitutional chaos, warns SNP minister

Theresa May is presiding over "constitutional chaos" across the UK on the day the Article 50 letter is signed, Scotland's Brexit Minister has warned.

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Man dies after being attacked by his dog in front of BBC documentary crew

A man died after he was attacked by his Staffordshire bull terrier while a BBC documentary film crew were visiting him.

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Fall in number of NHS GPs despite Government recruitment drive

There has been a drop in the number of GPs working in the NHS despite Government aims to recruit more, figures show.

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Theresa May hails 'turning point in national story' as she triggers Article 50

Prime Minister Theresa May has formally triggered the two-year process of UK withdrawal from the European Union in what she declared was "an historic moment from which there can be no turning back".

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BT leads Ofcom complaints for broadband and pay TV services

BT has topped a quarterly complaints table for broadband and pay TV, while BT-owned Plusnet was the most complained-about landline provider, Ofcom figures show.

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Office handover and handshake sets in motion UK's departure from European Union

A bitter, divisive campaign and 33 million votes later, Brexit came down to two men and an envelope in a smart Brussels office.

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MPs warn of dropping schools standards amid savings drive 'delusion'

Schools in England are facing their toughest spending squeeze in two decades, jeopardising standards in the classroom, MPs have warned.

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Mark Duggan's family loses challenge over lawful killing conclusion

The family of a man whose fatal shooting by a police marksman sparked nationwide riots have lost a challenge over an inquest jury's conclusion that he was lawfully killed.

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Harry Styles going solo on Saturday Night Live

Harry Styles is to make his first TV appearance as a solo artist on Saturday Night Live.

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Louis Tomlinson to hear if he will face charges over airport incident

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson is expected to find out later whether he faces prosecution over an "altercation" with a photographer.

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Royal tour of Europe coincides with triggering of Article 50

The Prince of Wales will begin a nine-day visit to Europe as Theresa May triggers the start of the UK's formal withdrawal from the EU.

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Rio Ferdinand praised for 'inspiring' account of losing wife to cancer

Rio Ferdinand has been widely praised for giving a powerful account of losing his wife Rebecca to cancer and raising their three children without her.

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Kate ponders George's first day at school as she visits gallery

The Duchess of Cambridge has said she is not sure Prince George "has any idea what's going to hit him" when he starts school in September.

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IVF patients pressured over 'add-ons' at fertility clinics, regulator says

IVF patients are being put under pressure to decide whether to take "add-ons" provided by fertility clinics, the head of the industry regulator has said.

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UK set to begin 'momentous journey' to life outside EU

Britain will take the first step on its "momentous journey" to a future outside the European Union when Theresa May launches divorce proceedings that will bring to an end a relationship of more than 40 years.

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Holyrood's backing for new independence vote must be respected: Nicola Sturgeon

The Scottish Parliament's backing for a second independence referendum must be respected, Scotland's First Minister has said.

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Tycoon who banned 'coloured' tenants over curry smells could face legal action

A property tycoon who banned "coloured" tenants from renting his homes because he claims they make them smell of curry faces the prospect of legal action.

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Protest hits flights at Stansted Airport

Flights were temporarily suspended at Stansted Airport as protesters blocked a non-commercial runway.

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