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Supreme Court: Parliament suspension case 'a difficult question of law'
The Supreme Court hears competing arguments about the legality of the PM's decision to suspend Parliament.
'Country stands behind Stokes' in Sun story row
England cricketer Ben Stokes has the support of "the whole sport and the country" after criticising The Sun over a story it ran about his family, a leading cricket chief says.
Lib Dems: Being a woman is not a weakness, says Swinson
Jo Swinson vows to "take on" Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage - and says she can be PM.
Paul Whelan: 'I was set up by a Russian secret agent'
Former US marine Paul Whelan, accused in Russia of espionage, insists he is not a spy.
No charge for 91-year-old's boiler 'under any circumstances'
Burnley plumber gains worldwide attention for not charging an elderly customer "under any circumstances".
Saudi oil attacks: Drones and missiles launched from Iran - US
Drones and missiles that targeted oil facilities were fired from southern Iran, US officials say.
Israel election result too close to call - exit polls
Exit polls suggest there will be no clear winner in the country's second election in five months.
Afghanistan war: Taliban tell Trump their 'doors are open'
Negotiations remain the "only" path to peace, a top Taliban official tells the BBC's Lyse Doucet.
Jodie Chesney: Teenager 'murdered in drug turf war'
Jodie Chesney may not have been the intended target of a stabbing in a London park, a court hears.
Labour would 'carry out' further referendum result, Corbyn pledges
Jeremy Corbyn says his party is the only one "ready to put trust in the people" over Brexit.
'Brad Pitt, this is mission control Houston'
Actor Brad Pitt questions astronaut Nick Hague about life on the International Space Station.
Sam Walker: Prisoner posted YouTube videos of life behind bars
A union calls for more action to stop phones entering jails after a prisoner posts on social media.
The Papers: PM's 'warning' to judges and diabetes 'epidemic'
Wednesday's papers focus on the Supreme Court hearing over the PM's decision to suspend Parliament.
The Face: Is 2019 the time to launch a new magazine?
After 15 years out of print, the pop culture and fashion mag is back with hopes of gaining new fans.
How one pilot survived WW2's biggest airborne operation
Jim Hooper was one of thousands captured by German troops in the Battle of Arnhem.
Five things from the Lib Dem conference
New recruits, high hopes, Ashdown tributes and a mug-based popularity battle as activists met by the seaside.
Sarah Thomas: American swims English Channel four times
Sarah Thomas is the first person to swim the English Channel four times non-stop
Sea views: Capturing British maritime life
Winners of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society photographic competition.
Hong Kong: Looking back at 100 days of protests
How a controversial extradition bill with China sparked months of violent protest.
Does fat shaming help people lose weight?
Fat chance - the evidence says fat shaming is more likely to lead people to put on weight.
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