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Five injured after battery explodes at Tube station in north London
At least five people have been wounded after an explosion at a Tube station in north London.
Club promoter who killed schoolboy with one punch is spared jail
A club promoter has avoided jail after been found guilty of first degree manslaughter for killing a schoolboy with a single punch in Crete.
Tributes to graffiti artists killed by train at London's Loughborough Junction
London's street art community has paid tribute to three graffiti artists killed by a train in south London.
Most Britons want medicinal cannabis legalised: Sky Data poll
There has been a substantial rise in the number of Britons who think cannabis use for medicinal purposes should be made legal, according to a Sky Data poll.
US pulls out of UN Human Rights Council
The US has announced it is withdrawing from the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Meghan and Harry visit Royal Ascot for a day at the Queen's races
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Royal Ascot for a day out with her new family, as they joined the carriage procession with the Queen.
European leaders will be told to step up preparations for 'no deal' Brexit
European leaders will be told to step up preparations for a "no deal" Brexit, according to a leaked document.
Mexico condemns Trump's 'inhuman' border policy
Mexico has condemned the US policy on undocumented migrants, which involves separating children from their parents.
Jeremy Corbyn mocked over England World Cup tweet quoting Bill Shankly
Ahead of the Three Lions' opening World Cup match against Tunisia, Jeremy Corbyn used Twitter to wish England luck in Russia.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid paves way for legalisation of cannabis for medicinal use
Sajid Javid has declared it is "time to review" the medicinal status of cannabis, but promised it is "not a first step" to legalising the drug for recreational use.