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Putney crash: Teenage boy fighting for life after ramming stolen moped into bus during police chase in London

Putney crash: Teenage boy fighting for life after ramming stolen moped into bus during police chase in London

Seventeen-year-old crashes into a bus while being pursued by police officers
Greece prime minister says Turkish jets 'buzzed' his helicopter on his way to Greek independence day celebration
Jeremy Richman: Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide

Jeremy Richman: Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide

Jeremy Richman launched the Avielle Foundation to promote 'brain science research' after a gunman took his daughter's life
Rob Gronkowski: Superhero tight end's retirement deprives Tom Brady of his partner in crime

Rob Gronkowski: Superhero tight end's retirement deprives Tom Brady of his partner in crime

Gronkowski has decided to call time on his nine-year career in the NFL after inspiring the Pats to victory in last season's Super Bowl
Republic of Ireland vs Georgia: Mick McCarthy putting points over performance as hosts eye Euro 2020

Republic of Ireland vs Georgia: Mick McCarthy putting points over performance as hosts eye Euro 2020

McCarthy admitted he hated every minute of Saturday evening's 1-0 victory in Gibraltar as his team laboured to break down largely part-time opposition on a plastic pitch in the teeth of a gale
Do breast implants cause cancer and what is the FDA investigating?

Do breast implants cause cancer and what is the FDA investigating?

The FDA recently released warnings to two breast implant manufacturers for failure to assess safety of implants efficiently
Baby dies after parents circumcise him at home

Baby dies after parents circumcise him at home

Police investigating after five-month-old boy suffers cardiac arrest
'Netanyahu does not know how to end this': Weary Israelis lose patience over Gaza attacks

'Netanyahu does not know how to end this': Weary Israelis lose patience over Gaza attacks

'Right now Netanyahu has a policy of divide and rule with the Palestinians, he doesn't want peace talks,' says one local
Montenegro vs England team news: Callum Hudson-Odoi and Declan Rice in line to start Euro 2020 qualifier

Montenegro vs England team news: Callum Hudson-Odoi and Declan Rice in line to start Euro 2020 qualifier

The 18-year-old Chelsea starlet made his debut off the bench against Czech Republic and is now set to start in Podgorica
One in six students say they have no 'true friends' at university, according to study

One in six students say they have no 'true friends' at university, according to study

'As universities get bigger, there is a real danger that many students get lost and lonely'
Plague of poisonous toads infest suburban Florida neighbourhood

Plague of poisonous toads infest suburban Florida neighbourhood

Experts say the amphibians are bufo toads, also known as cane toads
Israel airstrikes: Hamas claims Egypt-brokered ceasefire in Gaza after rocket attack retaliation

Israel airstrikes: Hamas claims Egypt-brokered ceasefire in Gaza after rocket attack retaliation

Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is 'responding forcefully to this wanton aggression'
With days to go, still no one knows what Brexit means. Revoking Article 50 is the only way to avoid disaster

With days to go, still no one knows what Brexit means. Revoking Article 50 is the only way to avoid disaster

When people say 'the Brexit we voted for' I think we can all unite around the current situation as being the stuff of no one's dreams in June 2016: not even their nightmares, in fact
As two young Labour and Conservative voters, this we can agree on: Our party leaders are a joke

As two young Labour and Conservative voters, this we can agree on: Our party leaders are a joke

We have previously been inspired to take action by leaders who we thought would be prepared to set aside political games and act in the best interests of the nation. Neither Jeremy Corbyn nor Theresa
Gibraltar bans people from letting go of helium balloons

Gibraltar bans people from letting go of helium balloons

British overseas territory cites 'commitment to clean seas' in decision
Britain's national parks 'risk losing UN nature reserve status' because wildlife dying out so fast
Recreational marijuana faces crucial 'razor thin' vote in New Jersey

Recreational marijuana faces crucial 'razor thin' vote in New Jersey

Recreational marijuana use will become legal in New Jersey if the state's governor and top legislative leaders get their way
Tory and Labour frontbenchers know their leaders are useless – now is the time for them to take a stand

Tory and Labour frontbenchers know their leaders are useless – now is the time for them to take a stand

It is the backbenchers who have really stepped up to the plate. Smart amendments in the Commons have consistently scuppered the PM's plans for a disastrous Brexit
Buy one, get one free offers and free samples fuelling boom in crack cocaine consumption, report warns

Buy one, get one free offers and free samples fuelling boom in crack cocaine consumption, report warns

Crack use beginning to become 'more acceptable, even fashionable' among groups who would not previously have taken it, report says
Tottenham's Renne Hector receives racist abuse online in the wake of Sophie Jones sacking

Tottenham's Renne Hector receives racist abuse online in the wake of Sophie Jones sacking

Hector has been targeted since she reported racial abuse against her in January, as a result of which Sheffield United forward Sophie Jones was banned for five games last week and sacked by her club