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Govia Thameslink chief executive Charles Horton resigns

Charles Horton is to step down following major disruption for rail passengers. Source: BBC

Parachute murder bid: Emile Cilliers jailed for life

"Callous" Emile Cilliers must serve at least 18 years in prison after twice trying to kill his wife. Source: BBC

World Cup 2018: Russia thrash Saudi Arabia 5-0 in tournament opener

Hosts Russia make a fine start to their World Cup campaign as they thrash Saudi Arabia in the tournament's opening game. Source: BBC

New York sues Trump Foundation, alleging ‘extensive’ lawbreaking

The lawsuit accuses the Trump Foundation of "persistent illegal conduct" related to the 2016 election. Source: BBC

Queen and Meghan visit Cheshire on first joint trip

The visit is the first time the duchess has joined the Queen for an event without Prince Harry. Source: BBC

Brexit: MPs reject bid to stay in EEA amid Labour revolt

Calls for the UK to remain in the European Economic Area are voted down, as 90 Labour MPs rebel. Source: BBC

Trump Kim summit: US wants ‘major N Korea disarmament’ by 2020

The US sets a date it wants to see "major" nuclear disarmament from Pyongyang but details remain thin. Source: BBC

SNP MPs walk out of PMQs in protest

SNP MPs have walked out from Prime Minister's Questions in protest after their Westminster leader was thrown out of the chamber in a row with the Speaker John Bercow. Source: BBC

Trump-Kim summit: Pentagon remains ‘ironclad’ after war games cancelled

President Trump's surprise suspension of military drills is seen as a major concession to North Korea. Source: BBC

Brexit: MPs says PM must honour ‘assurances’ over Parliament’s role

MPs say the PM must honour "assurances" to give them more say but ministers won't guarantee action. Source: BBC

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Mass murderer’s appeal to human rights court rejected

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