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Theresa May to brief ministers amid Brexit tensions


BBC News - Oct 11, 2018
Theresa May will brief key ministers on negotiations with the EU as the government comes under increasing pressure over Brexit. Ahead of next week's crunch Brussels summit, the Democratic Unionist Party has threatened to withdraw its support for the ...
 

Should women be spelt womxn?


BBC News - Oct 10, 2018
Womxn - to the untrained eye it may look like a typo. But when the Wellcome Collection - a museum and library in London - sent a tweet promoting an event using the word it led to a Twitter backlash from hundreds of women, and an apology from the ...
 

Hurricane Michael: Record-breaking 'hell' storm mauls US


BBC News - Oct 10, 2018
The most powerful hurricane ever to hit north-west Florida has flooded beach towns, submerging homes and snapping trees like twigs. Hurricane Michael made landfall on Wednesday afternoon as a category three storm with 125mph (200km/h) winds in the ...
 

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What are the US mid-term elections and why do they matter? - BBC News


Two years after Donald Trump's election, Americans are going to the polls again on 6 November - this time to choose new members of Congress. How they vote ...
 

Nigel Farage Speaks To BBC News Ahead Of BREXIT Summit


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Venezuela crisis: Where families buy rotten meat to eat - BBC News


Millions of Venezuelans have left the country in the last two years, fleeing the oil-rich nation's economic collapse. Shortages of food and basic goods, years of ...
 

How is North Korea evading sanctions? - BBC News


President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, currently holding talks with European leaders, says \