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Image copyright Aviva UK insurer Aviva has said it will cut 1,800 jobs worldwide over the next three years in order to reduce costs, and plans split its business into two. Aviva has offices in 16 countries and a global workforce of 30,000 people, with 16,000 employees in the UK. The firm’s UK sites include […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHere’s what happened on day one of Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK (tweets not included). Donald Trump is to meet Prime Minister Theresa May for “substantial” talks on the second day of the US president’s three-day state visit to the UK. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt […]

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Image copyright Big Hit Entertainment Image caption The band played a 24-song set that lasted more than two hours BTS have made history by becoming the first South Korean group to headline Wembley Stadium. The boy band blasted through 24 songs on Saturday, assisted by quirky props, glitter cannons, jet sprays… and 60,000 fans screaming […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionShamima Begum: “I got tricked and I was hoping someone would have sympathy with me” The lawyer representing Shamima Begum’s family has written to the home secretary accusing UK authorities of failing to protect the east London girl from being “groomed” by Islamic State. The letter accuses […]

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Image copyright Royal Maiil Image caption One postbox is located near Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, which will host the World Cup final on 14 July Postboxes have been painted blue in towns and cities across England and Wales to mark the Cricket World Cup, which starts on Thursday. Ten postboxes close to host venues […]

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Image copyright @carverbarracks Image caption A controlled explosion has been carried out the World War Two bomb found near Kingston University A controlled explosion has been carried out on a World War Two bomb found near Kingston University, the Metropolitan Police said. The unexploded device was found on a building site on Thursday morning. Nearly […]

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Three raven chicks, the first to have hatched at the Tower of London in decades, are to be raised at a Suffolk country pub. Landlord Mike Keen, who has a pet raven of his own, has taken on the chicks as a friend of the Tower’s ravenmaster. The new arrivals began hatching at the Tower […]

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Image copyright Greenpeace Image caption The activists are calling on BP to end exploration for oil and gas Climate activists inside five large containers have blocked the entrances to BP’s head office in central London. The Greenpeace protesters used cranes to transport the heavy boxes into place at St James’s Square in the early hours […]

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