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French police are stepping up security at tourist hotspots following the terror attacks (AP)

Armed police to protect tourists on French beaches

Jeremy Corbyn is facing legal action aimed at overturning the Labour Party's decision to guarantee him a place on the leadership ballot

Decision due on legal challenge to Corbyn's place on leadership ballot

Prime Minister Theresa May's Euorpean tour could turn awkward when she meets the pro-free movement leaders of Poland and Slovakia

PM faces tricky meetings with Polish and Slovakian leaders

An artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

EDF set to make final decision on Hinkley Point nuclear site

Nigel Farage will not confirm or deny a report that he was turned down by CBB bosses after asking for £750,000

Celebs poised to move into Big Brother house

Corporal Josh Hoole died when he collapsed during a training run in Brecon, Wales, on July 19

Funeral of training-exercise death soldier taking place

In 2013/14 councils were only able to build 1 per cent of new homes, according to the Local Government Association

Council house building renaissance urged to tackle affordable homes 'crisis'

England fans in the Walkabout Pub in central London, during Euro 2016

Beer sales increase thanks to Euro football tournament

Many popular dips contain high levels of salt, a study claims

'Healthy' dips are actually salt, fat and calorie traps, study finds

Facebook saw revenue grow.

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

The number of workers fell by 2.4% compared with the same period last year, with 'deep declines' reported in April and May

Jobs in retail hits two-year low, report reveals

UK car producers are concerned about the fallout from Brexit

Further increases for UK car production, but Brexit fears linger

The Brexit vote saw spending confidence hit a three-year low

Consumer confidence 'took clear dive' following Brexit vote

Plaid believes the UK's reputation will be damaged under Boris Johnson

Johnson and Fox dubbed 'double act of danger' by Plaid Cymru

An hour's moderate exercise a day can counteract the deadly effects of office work or TV-watching, scientists believe.

An hour's walk can cancel out eight hours behind a desk, scientists say

The elderly prison population is expected to rise

Prisoner with dementia 'kept handcuffed just before death'

Police at the scene in Headley after a man was shot dead

Pool party gun victim named by police

Facebook saw revenue grow

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

India Chipchase was found dead in Tenniswood's house

India Chipchase murder trial accused 'went for kebab' court told

The judge is analysing the case at a public hearing in the Family Division of the High Court

Judge asked to help Briton 'locked up by father in Saudi Arabia'

Discretionary spending is up on this time one year ago, the study says

Average family spending power up on June 2015 levels

Bradford West MP Naz Shah has written to the prime minister of Pakistan, asking for Samia Shahid's body to be exhumed

Murder investigation launched into death of Bradford woman in Pakistan

Italian premier Matteo Renzi and Prime Minister Theresa May hold a joint press conference after their meeting in Rome (AP)

Brexit preparations have started, Theresa May reveals during Italy visit

Murdered priest Father Jacques Hamel (Cindy Aubree/AP)

Priest killing: Islamist terrorists will not prevail, says May

The Home Office said the operation was carried out with the "full co-operation" of the burger chain earlier this month

35 workers at burger chain Byron held for immigration offences

MP Frank Field has written to Prime Minister Theresa May about his concerns

Courier firm Hermes accused over low pay and poor treatment of workers

A bacterium that lives in the human nose produces an antibiotic lethal to the MRSA superbug, scientists have discovered

Nose bacterium proves lethal to MRSA superbug

A misconduct case against three Metropolitan Police officers has collapsed

Racism is like a disease within Met Police, says Tasered firefighter

Two officers have completed a course to become trained polygraph examiners (Essex Police/PA)

Convicted sex offender admits new offence after lie detector test

Rocky the orangutan who mimicked the pitch and tone of human sounds (University of Durham/PA)

Rocky the orangutan apes human speech in knockout study

Paedophile Jimmy Savile died in 2011

Savile victims can be paid compensation from his estate, High Court judge rules

Tributes outside a home in Lon Tan-yr-Allt, Alltwen, near Pontardawe

Mum pays tribute to 'handsome, blue-eyed' son, four, who perished in house blaze

John Nimmo was previously jailed in 2014 for sending abusive messages to feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez and Labour MP Stella Creasy

Man who sent death threats to Labour MP Luciana Berger facing second jail term

Prime Minister Theresa May and Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny speak to the media inside 10 Downing Street

Theresa May to meet Italian PM on Brexit diplomacy tour

Labour MP Naz Shah

Woman arrested over 'threats' to MP Naz Shah

Some consultants are earning £1,000 in overtime for just four hours' work

Consultants paid £1k for four hours' work in hospital overtime splurge

Michel Barnier officially takes his position on October 1

Ex-EC vice-president Michel Barnier appointed to lead Brexit negotiations

A decision on airport expansion has been left to new Prime Minister Theresa May

MPs see Heathrow expansion as top priority for the economy, poll shows

Researchers found a link between poor cognitive ability and the thickness of retinal nerves

Eye and smell tests may reveal early dementia signs

Station staff at Govia Thameslink Railway, including Southern, are to be balloted for strikes

Fresh strike threat to Southern and Gatwick Express rail services

Andrew Witty says the UK's "competitive corporate tax system" and skilled workforce helped GlaxoSmithKline come to its decision

GlaxoSmithKline investing £275m in UK manufacturing sites

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone's mother-in-law 'kidnapped for £28m ransom'

A night of disorder saw a large crowd become violent after gathering for a water fight in Hyde Park (@issavoice/PA)

Two arrested over London disorder

Twitter reported a rise from 310 million to 313 million monthly active users in three months.

Twitter earnings fail to meet expectations

GDP grew faster than expected in the second quarter of 2016

Industrial production drives surprise boost for UK economy

Owen Smith speaks at the Knowledge Transfer Centre in Catcliffe, South Yorkshire

Owen Smith apologises for 'smash Theresa May back on her heels' remark

Callers to HMRC had to wait a total of four million hours to get help in 2015 - 2016

MPs warn over cuts to taxpayer helplines

The drop in wages in the UK in recent years has been equalled only by that in Greece, the TUC says

Britain endures biggest drop in wages among world's richest countries

The NSPCC said it had received a number of calls from adults concerned about extremism

NSPCC counsellors trained to spot signs of child radicalisation

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