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Amber Rudd: Windrush generation treatment ‘appalling’

The home secretary apologises to those affected and promises fees for documentation will be waived. Source: BBC

Ant McPartlin fined £86,000 for drink driving

The TV host says he is "ashamed and mortified" as he admits being more than twice the legal limit. Source: BBC

Syria air strikes: Macron says he convinced Trump not to pull out troops

France's president also says he convinced his US ally to limit recent strikes to chemical sites. Source: BBC

Syria air strikes: Theresa May faces MPs’ questions

Opposition parties say Parliament should have been consulted before the military intervention. Source: BBC

North Korea’s secret slave gangs

North Korean workers are being exported to make money for the government, a BBC investigation finds. Source: BBC

Syria air strikes: US still ‘locked and loaded’ for new chemical attacks

President Trump vows to repeat Saturday's strikes on Syria if it carries out new chemical attacks. Source: BBC

Syria air strikes: Action showed enough is enough – Boris Johnson

The foreign secretary says military action in Syria was about saying no to the use of chemical weapons. Source: BBC

WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell quits advertising agency

He resigns after 33 years running WPP, the world's largest advertising agency, after a misconduct probe. Source: BBC

Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding’s contracts revoked

The Ulster and Ireland players, who were cleared of rape last month, have had their contracts revoked. Source: BBC

Syria air strikes: Trump hails ‘perfect’ mission

He tweets "Mission Accomplished" after the US, UK and France launch strikes following an alleged chemical attack. Source: BBC

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