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Javid 'dragging feet' on Windrush compensation
Home Secretary Sajid Javid is being accused of "dragging his feet" on compensation for Windrush citizens.
Airbus threatens to leave the UK because of uncertainty over Brexit
Airbus is making plans to leave the UK in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit, which could lead to the loss of tens of thousands of jobs.
Disposable 'fast fashion' in the spotlight
Disposable "fast fashion" and its effect on our environment will be looked at in a new inquiry.
Love Island star Sophie Gradon dead at 32
Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died at the age of 32.
Why more of your clothes are being ruined by moths
The quality of our clothing and temperature we use for washing could be contributing to a rise in moth infestations, according to a pest killer firm.
Campaigners celebrate as government tables bill to tackle upskirting
Legislation to make upskirting a criminal offence punishable by up to two years in prison has been introduced by the government, after a Tory MP blocked an earlier attempt to tackle the problem.
Labour's Thornberry calls for bank holiday if England reach World Cup final
Emily Thornberry, who controversially mocked the England flag just after the last World Cup, has tried to make amends by proposing a bank holiday if England reach the final this time.
Chancellor Philip Hammond: 'Treasury and I are not enemy of Brexit'
Philip Hammond has angrily denied that he and the Treasury are "the enemy of Brexit", while pouring scorn on claims that a £20bn boost for the NHS will be funded by a "Brexit dividend".
Grenfell inquiry hears desperate 999 calls
A 12-year-old girl was on the phone to emergency services for nearly an hour as she was trapped inside Grenfell Tower with the fire taking hold.
Javid admits issue with EU citizens' iPhone app as details of settlement system revealed
People with iPhones are unable to fully use the app designed to help EU citizens register to stay in Britain after Brexit, the home secretary has admitted.