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King and Queen Consort's visit to Paris could be disrupted by violent protests over retirement age
The first state visit of the King's reign could be disrupted by fierce protests in France over a plan to raise the retirement age.
Ruth Perry: Ofsted resists calls to halt school inspections after headteacher's death
Stopping or preventing school inspections would not be in "children's best interests", Ofsted has said.
Spending on subscriptions, dating and DIY falls as people rely on credit cards to pay for essentials, analysis finds
People spent less on subscription services, home improvements and dating in February, analysis by Britain's biggest building society shows.
US launches airstrikes in Syria after drone attack kills American contractor
The US has carried out airstrikes on targets backed by Iran's Revolutionary Guard in Syria following a deadly attack on a coalition base.
Asteroid to pass between Earth and moon in 17,500mph close encounter
An asteroid big enough to wipe out a city will hurtle between Earth and the moon's orbit this weekend in a close encounter visible through binoculars and small telescopes.
Harry Kane becomes England men's record goalscorer after scoring against Italy
Harry Kane has said becoming England's all-time leading goalscorer "means everything".
Retail sales pick up as consumer confidence rises to 'highest level in a year'
Official figures have shown a much larger than expected pick up in retail sales last month as a closely-watched measure of consumer confidence reaches its highest level in a year.
North Korea tests underwater attack drone that can generate 'radioactive tsunami'
North Korea has tested a new underwater attack drone that can generate a radioactive tsunami, the country's state media has claimed.
Windsor Framework: UK and EU to sign off on new Brexit deal - despite DUP opposition
UK and EU officials will sign off on a new Brexit deal in London today, despite ongoing opposition from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
Keir Starmer will lose election campaign on day one unless he shifts his trans rights position, Labour strategists warn
Sir Keir Starmer will lose the general election campaign "on day one" unless he shifts his position on transgender rights, party strategists have warned.