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#SafetyPin campaign shows solidarity with immigrants amid post-EU vote racism

It’s inspired by the #RideWithMe campaign started after the Sydney cafe siege in 2014 – people said they would sit with Muslims on public transport.

Regular clubbers experience more violent crimes than non-clubbers

Research from Nottingham Trent University found that male clubbers experience more violent crime than non-clubbers.

Nicola Sturgeon is meeting officials to discuss Scotland's place in the EU today

Scotland’s First Minister’s initial aim is to “raise awareness of the fact that Scotland voted differently in this referendum to the UK”.

Racially abused army veteran blames Brexit for attack

Juan Jasso was targeted by three youths on Tuesday morning on a Manchester tram.

Istanbul airport attack - everything we know so far

Turkish prime minister Binali Yildirim said security reports suggested Islamic State conducted the attack on Ataturk Airport in Istanbul.

Margot Robbie loves Infernos

She’s also all about the London “student life”.

Who is in the running to replace David Cameron?

With Boris Johnson and Theresa May among the frontrunners, here are 11 potential contenders to be the next Conservative leader, and maybe PM.

Best lines from all the Shadow Cabinet resignation letters

A number of Shadow Cabinet MPs have resigned - but what did they have to say about Corbyn?

5 key players at the European Council summit involved in Brexit negotiations

Some want the talks on UK exit to begin immediately.

British LGBT+ people still feel like they have to lie about their sexuality

74% of British LGBT+ people feel like they have to lie about their sexuality or gender identity, according to a survey.

Londoners are handing out scones to French people to say sorry for Brexit

It comes a week after Operation Croissant’s failure to persuade Brits to stay in the EU.

Jeremy Hunt wants second referendum on EU exit negotiations

The comments come as David Cameron travels to Brussels for what could possibly be his last European Council summit as Prime Minister.

Brexit: What happens next?

How will the UK move forward?

David Cameron is having a massive laugh at Jeremy Corbyn's expense today

At least he's found something to chuckle about. 

Britain can't leave the EU without MPs voting for it, top lawyers say

The referendum result is not binding and Britain can’t leave the EU without parliament voting for it.

Here's what Tom Watson Snapchatted from Glastonbury as the Labour Party started to disintegrate

Labour's deputy leader was having a mad one at the silent disco.

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