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    Jeremy Corbyn taking 'first steps' of legal action against Nigel Farage over 'highly defamatory statement'

    Jeremy Corbyn has announced he is taking the "first steps" in legal action against Nigel Farage over a "highly defamatory statement". "We are a movement for peace - and we cannot stand by and let these disgusting and malicious lies go unchallenged."

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    Donald Trump can stay on Colorado ballot after Supreme Court rejects he was accountable for Capitol riots

    The US Supreme Court has rejected Colorado state attempts to remove Donald Trump from the ballot for US president. Trump is the frontrunner for the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic president Joe Biden in November's US election.

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    Four killed and at least 21 injured in nursing home fire in Germany

    Four people have been killed and at least 21 injured after a fire broke out at a retirement home in Germany overnight. A firefighter and police officer were also injured in the blaze in Bedburg-Hau in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, police said. In addition to those who were confirmed to be injured, 46 other residents were evacuated and were being examined for possible injuries, German news agency dpa reported.

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    Shehbaz Sharif takes oath as Pakistan's new prime minister after controversial election

    Shehbaz Sharif has been sworn in as Pakistan's new prime minister after being elected a day earlier in a raucous parliamentary session. Mr Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League party, the PML-N, did not win enough seats to form a government but went into coalition with others to get a majority, clearing his path to a second premiership. The PML-N is spearheaded by Mr Sharif's elder brother, three-time premier Nawaz Sharif, but he decided not to take the prime minister's post.

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    Dad who killed six-month-old son in attack that caused skull fractures is jailed for 15 years

    A father who killed his six-month-old son, leaving him with brain injuries and skull fractures, has been jailed for 15 years. David Hollick's attack on Kairo Hollick was described in court as a "grotesque" breach of trust between the father and son. The infant was shaken and subjected to at least one "severe" impact and later died in his mother's arms at Birmingham Children's Hospital on February 12, 2020.

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    Stephen Bear and Georgia Harrison at court for hearing over profits he made from sharing private sex tape

    Stephen Bear and his reality star ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison have been at court for a hearing over the profits of a private sex tape he shared of them. Former Celebrity Big Brother winner Bear was released from prison earlier this year having served 10-and-a-half months for posting on his OnlyFans page intimate footage of him and the former The Only Way Is Essex star without consent. On Monday, a confiscation hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court, Essex, in relation to the profits the 34-year-

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    Rihanna and Mark Zuckerberg attend multi-billionaire's pre-wedding gala for son, Anant Ambani

    Rihanna, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg were among some of the world's most famous people to attend a pre-wedding gala hosted by Asia's richest man. Mukesh Ambani organised the three-day jamboree in India for his son Anant Ambani, 28, who is set to marry his 29-year-old long-time girlfriend Radhika Merchant in July. Mr Ambani senior is the head of Indian conglomerate Reliance and has a net worth of $114bn (£90bn), according to Forbes.

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    George Galloway sworn in as MP after Rochdale by-election victory

    George Galloway has been sworn in as an MP, following his successful election last week. Mr Galloway was introduced to the Commons by the Conservative MP Sir Peter Bottomley, and Alba MP Neale Hanvey. Mr Galloway arrived in Westminster on Monday morning - telling waiting broadcasters that he "always loved the building - the people in it not so much".

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    Rolls-Royce to create hundreds of nuclear submarine jobs in Scotland and Wales

    Rolls-Royce Submarines has announced more than 200 jobs will be created with the opening of two new offices in Scotland and Wales. The firm said it is aiming to attract engineers and specialists from across the UK to work on its growing portfolio of defence nuclear projects. The satellite offices, funded by the Ministry of Defence (MOD), will be based at Glasgow Airport Business Park and in St Mellons, Cardiff.

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    Apple fined £1.5bn for not notifying users of cheaper music streaming options

    Apple has been fined €1.8bn (£1.54bn) by the EU for favouring its own music streaming service rather than rivals. Apple didn't fully inform their device users there were alternative and cheaper subscription services for more than a decade, said the EU executive, the European Commission. As a result, iPhone and iPad users paid "significantly higher prices for music streaming subscriptions", it said, and Apple abused its dominant position as the provider of music streaming services in its app st

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