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UK PM Theresa May confirms she will not fight another General Election, saying she would "love to be able to" but her party "would prefer to go into that election with a new leader" Latest:
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The FA's chief executive Martin Glenn will step down at the end of the 2018-19 season.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she will "get on with the job of delivering #Brexit" after surviving a #ConfidenceVote by members of her Conservative party
"The parliamentary party does have confidence in Theresa May" Chairman of 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady says PM wins #ConfidenceVote, with 200 out of 317 Conservative MPs supporting her leadership of the party
UK PM Theresa May wins confidence vote with 200 out of 317 Tory MPs supporting her to stay on as leader
"I will contest that vote with everything I've got" - UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she will "stand ready to finish the job" as no-confidence vote is triggered Follow live updates:
"Our country deserves better than this" - Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attacks Theresa May's #Brexit deal, after vote on it is delayed #BrexitVote reaction & analysis:
If you take a step back, it is clear that we face a "fundamental question." "Does this House want to deliver #Brexit?" - Theresa May poses question to the Commons #BrexitVote latest:
UK PM Theresa May says she will continue talks with EU leaders after #BrexitVote deferred, but insists her deal honours result of referendum
"On one issue, the Northern Ireland backstop, there remains widespread and deep concern" The moment UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced the Brexit vote was being postponed #BrexitVote latest:
MPs approve amendment which aims to give Commons greater say should #Brexit deal be defeated in vote on 11 December Follow latest developments:
The moment MPs vote to hold Theresa May's government in contempt of Parliament by 311 votes to 293 #Brexit latest:
Russian athletes will remain banned from international competitions after the IAAF upheld the country's suspension into 2019. More on this here:
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Mark Hughes has been sacked as Southampton manager after eight months in charge. More:
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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder fought to a stunning draw in their WBC world heavyweight title fight in Los Angeles. Report:
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An INCREDIBLE FIGHT. But they can't be separated on the decisions! #WilderFury #bbcboxing
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Flags at half-mast over White House in tribute to 41st US President George H.W. Bush, who has died aged 94, as Donald Trump says "his example lives on" Latest reaction:
"There would have been nothing wrong if I did do it, it was my business" - US President Donald Trump denies involvement in Moscow project, claiming lawyer Michael Cohen is "lying to reduce his sentence"
British academic Matthew Hedges praises "brave and strong" wife Daniela as he arrives back in UK after being pardoned by UAE
Latest pictures: Clashes on the Champs Elysees as Paris police use tear gas and water cannon on fuel price protesters
"This is the right deal for the UK" - PM Theresa May's update on #Brexit talks, as draft agreement on future relationship 'agreed' with EU
Broadcaster, Richard Baker, who introduced the first TV news bulletin on the BBC in 1954, dies aged 93
UK PM Theresa May says she believes with "every fibre of my being" that her approach on #Brexit is the right course for the country Follow live updates:
Draft #Brexit deal is "damaging for the economy but devastating for public trust in our democracy" - says ex-Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab in his first post resignation interview
"The deal you put before the Cabinet yesterday does not honour the result of the referendum" UK Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey's resignation letter to PM Latest #Brexit updates:
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