Johnson attacks ‘monstrous’ Corbyn over terror speech

Boris Johnson branded Jeremy Corbyn “monstrous” as the Tories and Labour resumed hostilities in the general election campaign.

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Tim Farron likes Viz: Five things we learned from the election campaign

Here are five things we learned from the election campaign on Friday.

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Corbyn to cheer on Arsenal at FA Cup final

Jeremy Corbyn will be at the FA Cup final on Saturday to watch his beloved Arsenal take on Chelsea.

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Ariana Grande to hold benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

Ariana Grande has vowed to return to Manchester to hold a benefit concert raising raise funds for the victims of the terror attack at her show in the city.

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Ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson spared jail for contempt of court

The former leader of the English Defence League (EDL) has been given a suspended prison sentence for contempt of court after trying to film four men who were on trial accused of gang-raping a teenage girl, it can now be reported.

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Barack Obama charms golfing crowds during round at St Andrews

Former US president Barack Obama has teed off his first visit to Scotland with a round of golf in St Andrews.

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Take That to stage big show at Etihad Stadium after postponing concerts

Take That are combining their three postponed Manchester concerts into one big event in June.

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Armed police storm bus in Manchester

A shopkeeper has told how he hid terrified bus passengers in the back of his store after armed police stormed a bus.

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Q&A: What’s behind Jeremy Corbyn’s argument on terrorism and overseas conflicts?

As campaigning resumed on Friday ahead of the General Election, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn suggested links between Britain’s involvement in conflicts such as Iraq and Afghanistan and the rise of terrorism at home.

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Theresa May urges G7 nations to push tech companies to tackle extremist content

Theresa May is urging the world’s leading industrial nations to come together to pressure tech giants like Google, Twitter and Facebook to remove “harmful” extremist content from the internet.

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‘Key players’ held as police make ‘immense progress’ in Manchester blast probe

Detectives have made “immense” progress in the investigation into the Manchester bombing and are confident they have arrested some “key players”, Britain’s top counter-terror officer has said.

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Youth locked up for 15 years for planting home-made bomb on Tube train

A former altar boy has been jailed for 15 years for planting a home-made bomb on a busy Tube train.

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Sir Cliff Richard settles row with South Yorkshire Police over home raid

Sir Cliff Richard and South Yorkshire Police have settled a legal fight which started when the singer sued the force, and the BBC, following reports naming him as a suspected sex offender, a High Court judge has been told.

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Liam Gallagher to perform solo gig in aid of Manchester bomb families

Liam Gallagher has announced his first ever solo gig in Manchester, with all profits to be donated to the families of the terror attack victims.

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Rock legends Kiss cancel Manchester Arena concert

American rock band Kiss have pulled out of their upcoming concert at Manchester Arena, but said “in light of recent events, a cancelled rock show seems of such little consequence”.

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Foreign policy cannot be ‘no-go area’ in election debates – Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon has said foreign policy “can’t be a no-go area” for debate during a General Election campaign after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn came under fire for linking terror attacks in the UK to military action overseas.

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Gatwick baggage system glitch sees passengers fly off without luggage

Airline passengers embarking on an overseas bank holiday getaway were forced to travel without their luggage due to a baggage system problem at Gatwick Airport.

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Green Party to pledge to invest ‘£7bn in schools by 2022’

The Green Party will put bolstering schools at the heart of its election efforts with a pledge to deliver a “world-class education for every child”.

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Weather warnings for rain dampen hopes of sunny bank holiday weekend

Those still hoping to catch some rays over the bank holiday weekend are more likely to need their brollies than their bikinis after forecasters issued three weather warnings for rain over the next four days.

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Domestic issues get greater share of Twitter conversation

Domestic issues gained a bigger share of the Twitter conversation last week, almost nudging Brexit off the top spot as the most talked-about topic in General Election tweets.

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