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'Highly likely' Russia behind attack - EU leaders

"There is no plausible alternative explanation", the European Council says after an evening of talks.

May urges 'new dynamic' in Brexit talks

EU and UK must push ahead to find "workable solutions" to problems, the prime minister says.

Trump replaces National Security Adviser HR McMaster with John Bolton

Defence hawk John Bolton becomes National Security Adviser, in the latest change in the White House.

Call for longer Heathrow night flight ban

Plans for a third runway should be improved, MPs say, but not before safeguarding issues are addressed.

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Liverpool priest used video-conferencing kit to access indecent images

Thomas Wood was caught viewing indecent images of children by the US Department of Homeland Security.

Trio held over Horden bank robbery went on to commit three more raids

Three jailed robbers were held by police during their spree but released due to "lack of evidence".

Southport FC: Club unveils stadium revamp plans

Non-league Southport FC will revamp their ground's main stand and remove terracing.

Warrington IRA bombing: Minute's silence for 25th anniversary

The Princess Royal was among those remembering the victims of the IRA attack 25 years ago.