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Brexit: Labour conference vote wording agreed

The motion proposes "all options" - including campaigning for a fresh referendum - remain on the table.

Girl with allergy dies after Pret baguette

Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, collapsed on a flight after eating at Heathrow Airport.

US tells Iran to 'look in the mirror' after Ahvaz attack

The US ambassador to the UN dismisses claims Gulf states and the US enabled a deadly attack in Iran.

Cameroon atrocity: Finding the soldiers who killed this woman

In July 2018 a horrifying video began to circulate on social media. It shows two women and two young children being led away at gunpoint by a group of Cameroonian soldiers.

Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship as Justin Rose secures FedEx Cup

Tiger Woods wins the season-ending Tour Championship to claim his first victory in five years, while Justin Rose secures the FedEx Cup.

Bodyguard: The critics' verdicts on BBC show's finale

A spoiler-free round up of reaction to the conclusion of BBC One's hit drama.

Contaminated blood scandal: Inquiry 'must uncover truth'

A public inquiry into a contaminated blood scandal that left nearly 3,000 people dead is due to begin.

France removes toxic tyres from failed reef project

Instead of teeming with marine life, the tyres were leaking toxic chemicals and fish avoided them.

Child mental health: Camhs 'not fit for purpose'

Families say children have to be suicidal before they receive help.

Meghan's first date dress was her 'something blue'

The duchess had a piece of a blue dress worn on her first date with Harry sewn into her wedding gown.

Chas and Dave: Dave Peacock pays tribute to bandmate

Chas Hodges, who died on Saturday, was a "fabulous musician and a fabulous mate", Dave Peacock says.

Buckingham Palace: Man arrested over 'Taser'

A 38-year-old man was detained by security staff at the visitor entrance.

UN agency's U-turn after unpaid internships row

The World Health Organization offers paid internships for the first time in 50 years, after a row.

The Papers: Labour revolution, or Brexit betrayal?

The Labour Party conference in the focus of several of Monday's front pages.

The woman reclaiming nude for women of colour

Fashion brand Nubian Skin was borne out of Ade Hassan's frustration that she couldn’t find nude tights to match her skin tone.

New children's novel brings refugee crisis to the classroom

How one author is bringing the refugee crisis to British schools with her first novel.

Will organic revolution boost farming in India?

Sikkim's been declared India's first fully organic state, so will this revolution boost farming?

Rare double-headed snake found in garden in Virginia

The rare copperhead was discovered in a garden in Virginia and is unlikely to survive in the wild.

Didsbury church's radical change after gay girl's suicide

Since 14-year-old Lizzie Lowe took her own life, a church congregation has been transformed.

'Cat Grandpa' goes viral for napping with shelter pets

Photographs of Terry Laurmen, 75, napping with his furry friends have been shared thousands of times.

The Bodyguard: Meet the real-life close protection officer

Detective Chief Inspector Steve Ray has protected heads of state and government in his work as a close protection officer.

Anthony Joshua: 'Instinct' told me it was time to knock Povetkin out

Anthony Joshua says that "instinct" told him it was time to knock out Alexander Povetkin in the seventh round of his world heavyweight title defence at Wembley Stadium.

Long watch: What drives a mother to cross South America on foot?

The sight of hungry Venezuelan migrants on country roads has become commonplace in South America.

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The UK's most ambitious children

The jobs that youngsters want to do when they grow up reveal some striking differences.

Five things to know for the week ahead

Your Monday briefing on the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.

Shared ownership: Problems halved or doubled?

Shared ownership, Help to Buy, and the Starter Home scheme can be confusing. Are they the answer for buying a first home?

Esports degree: 'I won't spend three years playing games'

Why would someone spend nearly £10,000 a year to study for an esports degree?

Glenn Close on playing The Wife and being a mother

The Hollywood veteran talks about The Wife, the title role she shares with her daughter.

Fentanyl crisis: Is China a major source of illegal drugs?

Is China now the major source for illegal synthetic drugs like fentanyl as the US claims?

Anthony Joshua: Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury 'not a problem' says Barry Hearn

Anthony Joshua will face the winner of Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury "subject to terms, without a problem in the world", says Barry Hearn.

The tea tycoon who was 'the world's best loser'

The extraordinary life of Sir Thomas Lipton: rags-to-riches tycoon, self-publicist, philanthropist and sportsman.

How familial DNA trapped a murderer for the first time

From the Gladys Godfrey case to the alleged Golden State Killer - catching criminals through their relatives' DNA.

'I thought every child looked after their mum'

Lucy Childs had no idea she was a carer despite looking after her mother and sister from the age of seven

Swiss voters reject 'fair food' plans

Swiss voters have overwhelmingly rejected two proposals on ethical and sustainable food.

Spain's La Liga sets global goals

Plans to play top flight competitive Spanish games in North America are only part of a plan for worldwide growth.

Who was the mysterious gardener Miss Harrison?

A box of archives reveals the story of a pioneering 19th century gardener who blazed a trail for women.

Premier League shirts row: The fickle fashions of sponsorship

Which sector do you think has sponsored the most English Premier League shirts? It's not gambling.

Premier League: Liverpool and Man City cruise to wins, Man Utd draw

Liverpool continue their best start to a season since 1990-91, while Manchester City earn a 5-0 win over Cardiff.

Maniac: The new James Bond director's experimental Netflix drama

Cary Fukunaga and stars Emma Stone and Justin Theroux discuss the mind-bending Maniac.

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic fans 'should be alarmed' by slow start to season

Celtic fans should be "alarmed" by the side's slow start to the Premiership season, says manager Brendan Rodgers.

Arsenal 2-0 Everton: Alexandre Lacazette & Aubameyang give Gunners win

Two goals in three second-half minutes give Arsenal victory over Everton and take them up to sixth in the Premier League.

Garth Crooks' team of the week: De Gea, Rose, Gundogan - but who else?

Who was running riot at the Cardiff City Stadium and who has put their personal issues behind them? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.

Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea a 'step behind' Liverpool, says Blues boss

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says his side are "a step behind" Premier League leaders Liverpool ahead of the teams' two meetings in the next week.

Champions League of Darts: Gary Anderson beats Peter Wright in final

Gary Anderson beats Peter Wright in an all-Scottish final to win the Champions League of Darts for the first time.

Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs withdraw from England training camp through injury

Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi and scrum-half Ben Youngs withdraw from England's training camp in Bristol with injuries.

Chinese Super League: Bizarre own goal rebounds off team-mate and goes in

Huang Zhengyu of Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League scores a bizarre own goal after team mate Yi Tend hits the ball against him when trying to clear his lines.

Spanish flu: 'We didn't know who we'd lose next'

Psychosis, murder and suicide - how Spanish flu ravaged a post-war world.

'I lost my entire family to a cult': How one woman escaped Grace Road

A Korean church hiding from looming 'global famine' in Fiji is facing growing allegations of abuse.

Martin Sellner: The new face of the far right in Europe

He's the far right's newest poster boy – but Martin Sellner’s insistence that his far-right group is non-violent doesn’t have everyone convinced.



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