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Diana, Princess of Wales thought Presidential candidate Donald Trump gave her “the creeps”. Read more.
“England would be good, but I’m tired,” said Sadam, a 24-year-old Sudanese migrant who has decided to apply to stay in France. Read more.
At least 40 migrants have died in the hold of a boat off Italy as the EU struggled to cope with “the worst refugee crisis since World War II”. Read more.
A victory for Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership race will reduce the party’s chances of winning the next election, a new poll shows. Read more.
100 days since David Cameron recorded a shock victory at the general election to deliver the first majority Conservative government in 18 years. Read more.
Gordon Brown former UK PM’s speech on Labour’s need for solid economic policies comes after warnings against leadership favourite from figures including Tony Blair. Read more.
Ivan Lewis said he was “saddened” that people on the Left of the party had failed to take a “no ifs, no buts” to anti-Semitism. Read more.
Kensington Palace has issued a statement asking global media not to publish any unofficial paparazzi photos of Prince George. Read more.
Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath was “completely asexual”, one of his closest advisers has said. Lord Armstrong of Ilminster told the BBC. Read more.
Jeremy Corbyn’s election campaign has a war chest of £222,000, it’s been confirmed today. Unions have ploughed more than £90,000 into the fund. Read more.
Swedish prosecutors have been caught in a long game of cat and mouse with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange over allegations of sexual assault. Read more.
Greek police registration officers working around the clock have greatly reduced the numbers of Syrian refugees stuck in miserable conditions. Read more.
Soldiers based in Northern Ireland are set to teach Ukraine’s armed forces how to deal with home-made bombs. Read more.
As voting registration drew to a close, Corbyn’s popularity shows no sign of letting up. YouGov poll giving him 53 per cent of support. Read more.
“Airports VAT relief is to reduce prices for travellers, not as a windfall gain for shops,” David Gauke, Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Read more.
John Keefe: “Catching them all will take a blank cheque, which is obviously unsustainable.“ Read more.
Greece has agreed a bailout deal “in principle” with its creditors, the European Commission has said. Read more.
The findings will fuel frustration with David Cameron’s insistence on increasing the annual aid budget while cutting spending at home. Read more.
Britain is selling billions of pounds’ worth of weapons to the war-torn Middle East – including countries which could be overrun by ISIS. Read more.
Europe will not preserve its living standards if it absorb millions of migrants from Africa, the foreign secretary has said. Philip Hammond. Read more.