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Labour is now rejecting new members for tweeting support of the Green Party

The person in question labelled the decision a “total farce”.

The Crystal Maze could be back with David Tennant as the host

Fans are celebrating following reports that The Crystal Maze is making a comeback.

What were Apple's tax arrangements in Ireland?

Everything you need to know about the EU ruling against Apple yesterday.

Junior doctors plan to go on strike every month for the rest of the year

Junior doctors admitted that this action would cause harm and significant disruption for patients.

UN human rights office calls French burkini bans "a stupid reaction" to extremism

A spokesman says the bans “have only succeeded in increasing tensions”.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has responded to the petition to save Fabric from closure

He said he is ‘committed to using the influence of my office to overcome the numerous challenges facing the night time economy.’

No public vote on gay marriage in Australia, say politicians

It looks like there might not be a public vote on the issue and a lot of people aren’t happy.

Brexit could add to high youth jobless rates in UK cities

We're still better off than we were during the recession.

What the Real Life Heroes of Lampedusa Want You to Know

It might seem frozen in time - if its residents were not caught in the midst of one of the most current international news stories.

Petition to #savefabric surpasses 90,000 signatures

A petition to save London nightclub Fabric has surpassed 90,000 signatures.

Briton who tried to save stabbed backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung dies from his injuries

Police have described Thomas Jackson’s actions as “selfless”.

How this US town stood up to an unexpected act of anti-Semitism

In suburban Philadelphia, hundreds of people are now turning a symbol of hate into one of love.

Scientists think some people's love of coffee is genetic

A study found a link between coffee consumption and the PDSS2 gene.

French court has overturned the controversial burkini ban

After global outrage, the ruling has been reconsidered.

Fraudsters target freshers' student loans

A new wave of phishing emails are claiming that if students do not respond with personal information updates they'll lose the first instalment of their loan.

British backpacker injured fleeing Australia attack that killed Mia Ayliffe-Chung 'devastated' by her death

Mia’s friend Chris Porter reportedly jumped from a building to flee the suspect.

Hillary Clinton hits back at 'extremist ' Farage

The Democratic nominee was speaking to a crown in Nevada.

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