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The new leader promises to revoke Article 50 on the first day of a Liberal Democrat government.
Scott Stevenson was playing for the RAF against the Army in a rugby league match when he was injured.
The PM says the EU is "fed up" with endless delays, as the Luxembourg PM chastises him at a press conference.
Suppliers now have until 2024 to fit them into homes, but it may mean higher costs for the industry.
Plans include stacking lorries on the A55, stocking up on medical devices and cash for food banks.
The teenager had been self-harming and attempted suicide at Polmont young offenders' institution, an inquiry hears.
The service says it has been questioned over the fatal June 2017 blaze under health and safety laws.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to the PM after he meets the European Commission president.
Josh Hanson died after a "sudden and shocking" attack by a man he had not met before, a court hears.
The inquiry was launched by US prosecutors after complaints from recording artists' management companies.
The prime minister has told the BBC he will follow the law, but will leave the EU at the end of October.
A leading NI industrialist withdraws from the process to take over the Ballymena business.
Viewers will no longer be able to read headlines, football scores, weather and more on TV sets.
Luxembourg's prime minister took to his lectern without the UK PM, who cancelled amid protests nearby.
Ceara Thacker, 19, was found dead in her University of Liverpool halls of residence in May 2018.
Police found about £10,000 of the drugs, which had been supplied by Nathan DeAsha, at a gym.
The SuperSisters platform, for young Muslim women, says it has retained full control over its output.
Doctor Who star reveals his "lifelong battle" with anorexia and how he considered suicide.
An attack on a Saudi oil field doesn't necessarily mean prices at the pumps will soar.
Saoirse Smyth, 28, from Belfast, has been missing since 2017 but her body has never been found.