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November 29, 2018 1:59 PM California earthquake: 'Hard' earthquake RATTLES US and Mexican cities

A 4.1 earthquake has rattled California and parts of Mexico, with San Diego among the cities hit. A third said: “I heard the windows and building shake/settle and felt my chair shake, but didn't see anything move.” The earthquake will increase fears for the Big One - a long-overdue powerful earthquake which could wreak havoc on the US west coast 127

November 22, 2018 3:50 PM Commons ROARS as May SAVAGES Corbyn – ridicules Labour Party's six tests point-by-point

LABOUR PARTY leader Jeremy Corbyn claimed the Brexit deal reached between the UK and EU last week does not pass Labour’s six tests but Prime Minister Theresa May fired back and ridiculed the six tests point-by-point. Theresa May addressed the Commons on Thursday as she attempted to sell her Brexit deal after it was revealed both EU and UK officials had agreed 46

November 19, 2018 4:23 PM 'No deal, NO MONEY!' Brexiteer businessman claims no deal is only MASSIVE problem for EU

A NO-DEAL Brexit is “no problem” for Britain but could be a “massive problem” for the European Union who needs the UK’s £39billion Brexit bill, Brexiteer businessman and campaigner Richard Tice has warned. Mr Tice, the founder of Brexit campaign group Leave Means Leave, said Britons across the country are desperate to leave the European Union and save billions 40

November 18, 2018 11:23 PM Women's World Twenty20: West Indies beat England by four wickets

England will play India in the Women's World Twenty20 semi-finals after a narrow defeat in their final Group A game against West Indies in St Lucia. After losing six wickets in the first 10 overs, England posted 115-8 thanks to an excellent partnership between Anya Shrubsole and Sophia Dunkley. Shrubsole took two wickets in her first over, but Deandra 57

November 18, 2018 1:56 PM Time to wrap up! Strong easterly winds to bring chill to UK

Next week a strong easterly wind will draw in much colder air and deliver a significant wind-chill to most of the UK. Over the last few weeks, daytime highs have been widely in the low to mid-teens, reaching 18C on the 3rd, 5th and 17th of this month. That is well above average, but by no means historic, with the UK's November record standing at 22.4C. There 50

November 18, 2018 12:24 AM 'Stolen friend': Rapa Nui seek return of moai statue

Prominent among the eclectic hoard of treasures in London's British Museum is the imposing figure of Hoa Hakananai'a, a four-tonne basalt statue from the Chilean Pacific territory of Rapa Nui - named Easter Island by European explorers. The statues, known as moai, were carved by the island's indigenous Rapa Nui people to embody the spirit of a prominent 61

November 15, 2018 2:36 PM 'Brexiteers are LIARS!' France warns UK it will PAY for Brexit

BREXITEERS “lied” to the British people in the lead up to the EU referendum and will “pay” for Brexit, France’s finance minister has claimed. In a strongly worded attack against Britain, Bruno Le Maire said Brexit was a "historical mistake" and he hopes the UK will ask to rejoin the EU in 15 years. He said: "I think many British politicians have been liars 51

November 14, 2018 4:08 AM Lion Air crash: Victim's fiancée takes wedding photos alone

An Indonesian woman whose fiancé was on a Lion Air flight which crashed into the sea has gone ahead with her wedding pictures alone. Intan Syari and Rio Nanda Pratama were due to get married on 11 November. Ms Sayari said she wanted to fulfil his last wish, and posed for photos wearing her white gown and wedding ring. "Even though I feel grief that I cannot 73

November 12, 2018 10:33 PM California fires containment: Santa Ana winds RAGE

CALIFORNIA is in the grips of the deadliest wildfires in the state’s history, and Santa Ana winds risk spreading them even further. So how contained are the infernos? The Sunshine State is not unfamiliar with wildfires. But these three - Camp/Paradise, Woolsey and Hill - have shaken communities to the core. So far, 31 people are dead, more than 200 missing 68

November 12, 2018 12:48 PM Russia denies claim it meddled with Finnish GPS during NATO war games

The so-called Trident Juncture was the largest NATO exercise in decades and involved 31 countries - including non-member allies. Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila revealed on Sunday that air navigation services across the country had to issue traffic warnings due to the interruption last week, which is believed to have been deliberate. Norway posted 90