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European Council President Donald Tusk says he will not cooperate with the UK on a no-deal Brexit and Boris Johnson will not want to go down in history as Mr ‘No Deal’. Speaking at the start of the G7 summit of world leaders in the French seaside town of Biarritz, Mr Tusk said the European […]

Millions more Britons have been included in a heatwave warning as the UK experiences high bank holiday temperatures following a largely wet and windy August. The Met Office has extended its level three alert – the second highest level – so it now covers the South East and the East Midlands, as well as the […]

The Met Office is warning people to stay out of the sun as the UK experiences potentially record-breaking bank holiday temperatures. A level three heatwave alert – the second highest level – has been extended so it now covers the South East and the East Midlands, as well as the east of England, and the […]

By Emily Mee, news reporter A US TV host has apologised for an “insensitive comment” made about Prince George taking ballet lessons. Lara Spencer, who co-anchors ABC’s Good Morning America, made the remark as she presented a segment about the six-year-old’s royal school classes, which include maths, science, history, religious studies, poetry and ballet. Image: […]

Boris Johnson has apparently appealed to Donald Trump to help make George Osborne the next head of the International Monetary Fund. In a phone call with the US president earlier this week, the prime minister raised the possibility of the former Conservative chancellor taking the managing director role, it is understood. Image: Donald Trump has […]

By Dan Whitehead, news correspondent The number of Europeans applying to become au pairs in the UK has fallen by about 70%, according to new figures. The British Au Pair Agencies Association says the figure has dramatically dropped in the last three years because of concerns about Brexit. Currently, au pairs from the EU do […]