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Tuesday 18th June 2019

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The Telegraph

Jeremy Kyle refuses to appear before MPs investigating reality television

Police pursue men who landed plane near Mont Blanc summit 

Japan to force elderly drivers to have automatic brakes in bid to deal with aging driving population

Troy's treasures make their way to the British Museum - 150 years late

Hatton Garden member ordered to pay back millions stolen in raid owns homes in UK and Spain, court hears

Computer-generated fake faces on social media appear to be work of spy agencies

Madrid's new conservative mayor to cut low-emission scheme

RSPB accused of hypocrisy after it allows energy firm to build power station in nature reserve

BBC would do 'very well' on a Netflix-style subscription model, chairman admits

Fragment of Bismarck shell that struck Prince of Wales donated to UK's newest aircraft carrier

Muslim family dragged out of Belgian embassy in Beijing by Chinese police

Merkel visibly shaking as she poses with new Ukrainian president

Muslim father faces jail for mental abuse of his daughters

Further maths A Level replaced at the last minute after exam board discovers source of original leak

Schoolboy stabbed 20 times in terrifying street attack

How Oxfam ignored Haiti 'convent girls' who claimed they were raped by charity bosses

Royal Ascot 2019, in pictures

Trump undercuts advisors by calling alleged Iran attacks on oil tankers 'very minor'

Sir James Dyson donates £19m to his old boarding school as a thank you for giving him scholarship

Mohammed Morsi swiftly buried after being denied public funeral in hometown

Get close to the Mona Lisa... in Virtual Reality

Man successfully sues Brewdog for £1,000 after being told beer was only on sale to women

Shortages of food, water and electricity: how Djibouti has been destroyed by climate change

Hong Kong protesters vow to stay on streets as Carrie Lam refuses to fully withdraw extradition bill

Boaty McBoatface makes major climate change discovery on maiden outing

Yoga teacher who stepped into road while looking at her mobile phone wins damages from cyclist who hit her

Man who attacked Nigel Farage with milkshake is ordered to pay cleaning bill after admitting assault charge

Serpentine Galleries CEO steps down after 'toxic attacks' over husband's links to Israeli spyware firm

Veal reputation is changing as chefs say the meat is ethical by-product of dairy industry

Polar bear roams Russian city hundreds of miles from natural habitat

Countries risking spread of superbugs by failing to monitor antibiotic usage

South Western Railway strike: Commuters told to wait two hours for trains as queues stretch around the block    

White House will not invite Israeli officials to Bahrain event on grand Middle East plan

Heathrow reveals 'masterplan' as it launches public consultation over expansion

Sudan crisis: What is happening, and where does it go from here?

Top European technical university to open jobs exclusively to women

Facebook posts can be used to identify anxiety, depression and psychosis, new study suggests

GPs so preoccupied with targets they are failing to spot potentially fatal conditions

Bastille Day 2019: How a prison riot and the Tennis Court Oath overthrew the Bourbon monarchy

St Swithin's Day 2019: How a Saxon bishop's ire supposedly led to 40 days of rain

Indian stuntman dies after trying to replicate Houdini river escape

US sending 1,000 more troops to Middle East as Pentagon releases new images of tanker attacks

Burrowing badgers blamed for catastrophic flooding that forced hundreds from their homes

RAF Typhoons scrambled to intercept Russian fighter jets

'Puppy dog eyes' are an evolutionary trick to manipulate humans, say scientists

UK weather: Fears of further flooding as yellow thunderstorm warning issued

Cambridge Union audience laughs at anti-Semitic 'joke' by Malaysian prime minister

Pictures of the Day: 18 June 2019

Gurinder Chadha: 'British schoolchildren aren't even told there was an Empire'

Teachers are 'too scared' to discuss Empire, director says

North Korea talks designed to give Xi Jinping and Kim  Jong-un new leverage over US

Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi dies after collapsing in court

United Nations says it suffered 'systematic failure' dealing with Burma's Rohingya crisis

Number of people forced to go to the toilet in the open cut by half 

Doctors with almost no training in eating disorders leave anorexics feeling under pressure to get thinner

Overcharging loyal customers will be banned under new plans unveiled by the Government 

Eight NHS hospitals hit by listeria outbreaks as Hancock signals plans to bring catering in-house 

Violent offenders avoiding criminal records through controversial community resolutions

British government 'ignored' Chinese organ harvesting, Tribunal rules

Trial begins for gang accused of holding Toulouse businessman hostage in camper-van for two months

Freak hailstorms prompt French authorities to declare 'natural emergency'

Wahaca founder criticised after waiters forced to pay the bill of 'dine and dash' customers

Suspect in German MP murder 'has links to British neo-Nazi group'

Dozen capybaras die at Heathrow Airport after being kept in cramped conditions with no water for 56 hours

Power restored after massive blackout in Argentina as officials investigate cause

Love Island's Maura Higgins accused of sexually harassing Tommy Fury as Ofcom receives hundreds of complaints

Lord Bramall described allegations he was paedophile as 'monstrous' in police interview days after wife died

Original Woodstock bands accuse troubled new festival of threatening their legacy

London-schooled children do better than their coastal peers, as Education Secretary says north-south divide is  now 'too simplistic'

Furniture maker told to stop sweeping floor with a broom by concerned health and safety bosses

London Bridge paramedics waited two hours before treating victims, inquest hears

Hong Kong protesters block road outside Carrie Lam's office to demand she step down

Chinese mitten crabs invade the canals of Bruges

Hong Kong protests: Who is Joshua Wong, the poster child of the resistance movement?

Increase in first time hay fever down to last year's hot summer, professors say

Anita Rani: 'posh white men are the default on TV'

London violence latest: Man shot in east London after four people murdered during bloody weekend 

Belgian Trappist monks forced to go digital to fight black market in beer

South Western Railway strike expected to bring chaos to Royal Ascot as heavy rain forecast

UK weather: hundreds evacuated as two months' worth of rain falls in two days

Urbanisation will make 'break-bone' fever one of the most common diseases of the century, say experts

Donald Trump orders chief of staff to leave the room after he coughs during interview

Vatican to consider married priests for Amazon region in historic shift

One in five dads have not seen their kids on Father’s Day, survey finds 

Spanish child killer hired as teaching assistant by Oxford primary school unaware of her past

US blames Iran for oil tanker attack in Gulf of Oman amid rising tensions 

US releases footage 'showing Iran removing unexploded mine' from stricken oil tanker

'Iran oil tanker attack': What does the video show and could it destabilise the Gulf?

Trump says Iran is a 'nation of terror' but does not call for strikes after tanker attack

Iran threatens to scale back commitment to nuclear deal 

Royal Navy sailor gave birth after being 'drugged and raped' by a soldier, court papers show 

Arrest raises fears of far-Right murder campaign in Germany

Grass cuttings from roadside verges to be sold to the National Grid to raise money to save the environment

Mission impossible? Creator of world’s first 'bleeding' vegan burger predicts meat-free world by 2035

Scientists develop 'super spud' in a bid to prevent stunting

Blood pressure pill has potential to slow down Alzheimer’s disease   

Train strikes to disrupt thousands of SWR commuters as union declares five-day walkout over guards row

Attacks on oil tankers in Gulf spark fears of return to 1980s 'Tanker Wars'

New York ends religious exemption from vaccinations in bid to fight measles outbreak

South America power cut leaves 48 million people without electricity

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