US and Canada reach new trade deal to replace Nafta In a joint statement the two nations said the new deal would be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Statue of Matilda facing down Donald Trump unveiled near Roald Dahls home The statues, which depicts Matilda Wormwood looking defiant with hands on hips in the face of the US president, have been installed to mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of the childrens book Matilda.
Kanye West calls for abolition of the 13th amendment – which abolished slavery Actor Chris Evans slammed Kanye West on Twitter Sunday after the rapper called for the abolition of the 13th Amendment, which outlawed slavery in the 1860s
Cristiano Ronaldos partner sends message of support amid sexual assault claims Ronaldos legal team have denied claims of sexual assault made by Kathryn Mayorga, published in German magazine Der Spiegel
Mass burial planned for Indonesia quake victims as death toll reaches 844 A 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday at about 6pm and was followed by a tsunami with waves up to 6m high.
Steven Gerrard comments on Rangers failure to score Rangers “have to take the criticism” that comes their way after losing to Livingston, says boss Steven Gerrard.
Why are food allergies in children on the rise – and is there anything parents can do to protect them? Pret A Manger has updated the allergy information for sandwiches like the one that killed a 15-year-old schoolgirl – but still hasnt put it on the packaging itself.
Ollie Locke reveals he and fiancé Gareth Locke will join matching surnames when they marry Made In Chelsea star Ollie Locke has said he and fiance Gareth Locke will join their matching surnames when they get married.
Conservative conference: Raab says EU needs to get serious in talks – Politics live Rolling coverage of the second day of the Tory conference in Birmingham where Philip Hammond will give the days key speech at noon
Ryder Cup 2018: Europe thrash US 17½-10½ to regain Ryder Cup Europe thrashed the United States 17½-10½ to regain the Ryder Cup – prompting wild celebrations, tears, and one player dressing as a pillar box at Le Golf National in France.
No, Labour arent six points ahead in the polls either Some dismiss Corbyns Labour as a dysfunctional ragbag of proto-Marxists and Blairite hangers-on. An opposition even more split than the Tories over Brexit. But with opinion polls neck-and-neck, and Theresa May on the ropes, party activists are starting to scent blood.
Doctors brand flagship seven day scheme a shocking waste of NHS cash Around half a million appointment slots have been left empty on evenings and weekends, according to data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) from 80 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
Bodies of three men recovered off Kerry shoreline The men, who are believed to be Eastern European and from Lithuania, were found in the water after their boat capsized
Prince William plays football with schoolkids while visiting the Irish Guards in Kenya The Duke of Cambridge, 36, wore his Army uniform as he visited the Irish Guards, 1st Battalion at the British Army Training Unit Kenya in Laikipia today.
2018 Ryder Cup — Europe defeats United States to maintain home dominance Europe thrashed the United States 17½-10½ to regain the Ryder Cup – prompting wild celebrations, tears, and one player dressing as a pillar box at Le Golf National in France.
Is it safe to travel to Japan? Latest update as powerful typhoon batters country Typhoon Trami, packing maximum gusts of 216 kilometres (134 miles) per hour near its centre, was forecast to hit the mainland early Sunday and cause extreme weather across the country into Monday.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Susannah Constantine becomes the first celebrity eliminated after dance-off against Lee Ryan Strictly Come Dancings Anton du Beke, 52, was eliminated with celeb partner Susannah Constantine, 56, tonight.
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Trump professes love for Kim and hate for Kavanaugh torment in freewheeling speech President says he and North Korean dictator fell in love, decries nasty Democrats and believes UN speech drew respect
McDonnell is mad but Labour are asking the right questions. The Tories need to respond Some dismiss Corbyns Labour as a dysfunctional ragbag of proto-Marxists and Blairite hangers-on. An opposition even more split than the Tories over Brexit. But with opinion polls neck-and-neck, and Theresa May on the ropes, party activists are starting to scent blood.