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Friday 28 April 2017
London rents fall sharply

UK house prices fall again in April as buyers feel as monthly bill drops across the UK for Brexit squeeze. Lettings agents “say new tenants in capital are paying £100 pe

Friday 28 April 2017
Macedonian protesters attack MPs in parliament

About 200 demonstrators, some wearing masks, entered the Macedonian parliament, breaking the police cordon and assaulted the MPs, in protest against the election of a new spea

Thursday 27 April 2017
Bristol’s Colston Hall is changing its name to end ‘toxic’ slave trade association

The venue will reopen in 2020 with a new name. Historic Bristol

Thursday 27 April 2017
Zac Goldsmith reselected for Richmond Park

Zac Goldsmith has been restand for Richmond Park in the general Election 2017 as Tory candidate despite his resignation just last year. While former cabinet minister Esther

Thursday 27 April 2017
Trump renegotiate with North American free trade pact

The White House has announced that the United States will unilaterally stick to Nafta, the landmark free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, after multiple reports that Do

Wednesday 26 April 2017
Free schools policy condemned by Mps

The federal government’s investment of its free schools programme has been denounced as “incoherent and too incessantly deficient worth for cash” by a cross-party commit

Wednesday 26 April 2017
Madonna hits out at plans for biopic film

A movie called 'Blond Ambition' is reportedly being made

Tuesday 25 April 2017
US Senate summoned to the White House for North Korea briefing

In an unusual move, Trump calls entire US Senate to White House on Wednesday for North Korea nuclear briefing by senior administration officials about the brewing confrontatio

Tuesday 25 April 2017
Nastase accused for racially abusing Serena Williams and unborn child

Tennis star Serena Williams slams Ilie Nastase for ‘making racist comments’ to her and her unborn child and his ‘sexist comments’ to her fellow female tennis players.

Monday 24 April 2017
Taliban force killed 150 Afghan soldiers

The Afghan government declared a national day of mourning yesterday as the death toll from Friday’s army base massacre by Taliban force reached 150. The assault by 10 mil