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UK consumers could be throwing away a third more disposable drinks cups by 2030 without action to curb plastic waste, a report warns.
A search of Cambridge Analytica’s central London offices by Information Commission officers appears to be continuing through the night.
Online shopping is causing roads to be clogged up and worn out by delivery vans, councils have claimed.
US president Donald Trump has released an order banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances”, following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving.
The UK’s longest non-stop regular passenger flights launch on Sunday.
Proceeds from a book by a young doctor – described as very brave and having left an extraordinary legacy – as he battled fatal skin cancer are to be donated to charity.
Protests are taking place across the globe against school shootings and US gun control.
Plastic waste, rip-off airline charges and choked-up roads are among a variety of issues leading the papers.
Animal rights campaigners will converge on parliament to call for a total ban on fox hunting in Scotland.
Drivers are being temporarily blinded by modern vehicle headlights, according to new research.
Jeremy Corbyn was fighting on two fronts after sacking a shadow cabinet minister over Brexit and appearing to support the painter of an allegedly anti-Semitic mural.
The Government has angered activists by ruling out a national scrappage scheme for diesel vehicles.
Cambridge Analytica pitched to work for Leave.EU ahead of the European Union referendum but was never hired, one of the Brexit campaign group’s leaders said.
A Spanish Supreme Court judge has charged 13 Catalan separatist politicians with rebellion for their attempts to make the region independent of Spain.
A British man has reportedly been arrested in Peru after allegedly being caught with more than 32kg of cocaine.
Officers for the Information Commission are searching the premises of Cambridge Analytica in central London after a High Court judge granted a warrant.
Stocks around the world have plunged as investors feared that a trade conflict between the US and China would escalate.
Peru’s new president Martin Vizcarra has promised to fight corruption head-on as he took power and vowed to heal bitter wounds left by a vote-buying scandal that forced his predecessor from office.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he regrets not looking more carefully at an allegedly anti-Semitic image before giving his apparent support to the artist responsible for it.
Meghan Markle appears to be making plans to start a family soon after she marries Prince Harry after joking about needing a range of baby products.
Fire crews and police officers have cordoned off a city centre street following a house fire.
Jeremy Corbyn faced a backlash after sacking Owen Smith from his shadow cabinet over Brexit.
A judge has issued a warrant for the offices of Cambridge Analytica to be searched.
A gun-wielding extremist unleashed bloodshed in a quiet corner of southern France, killing three people as he hijacked a car, opened fire on police and took hostages in a supermarket.
Space, Earth, and the universe never fail to baffle even the most intelligent of scientists – so for the rest of us, what goes on in space is utterly mind-blowing.
Owen Smith has been sacked from the shadow cabinet after breaking ranks with Jeremy Corbyn by calling for a new EU referendum.
Prince Harry urged young people in Northern Ireland to grip their future as he hailed as inspirational a cross-community project bringing thousands of children together.
Rescuers have been kept busy by a powerful storm in California with one man in Sacramento county being helped from his car by a boat.
A little-known former governor has been sworn in as Peru’s president after the congress voted to accept the resignation of Pedro Pablo Kuczynski following a corruption scandal.
EU leaders have promised an “unprecedented” diplomatic response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack after backing Theresa May’s assertion that Russia was to blame.
Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire over his apparent support for an artist behind an anti-Semitic mural on a London street.
An elderly care home resident who repeatedly stabbed a member of staff has been jailed for 13 years and three months.