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Sweden and Finland formally invited to join NATO as alliance warns Russia to withdraw from Ukraine
NATO has confirmed that Sweden and Finland will be formally invited to join the military alliance as it vowed to "significantly strengthen" its "deterrence and defence" in a "new strategic concept".
Queen meets Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland after first minister suggests date for new independence vote
The Queen has met Nicola Sturgeon, the day after Scotland's first minister suggested a date for a new referendum on Scottish independence.
Ukraine: World leaders condemn shopping centre attack in Kremenchuk, calling it a 'war crime'
The Russian missile strike on a Ukrainian shopping centre amounts to a war crime, according to the G7.
Boris Johnson calls questions over his leadership 'political commentary' amid rumours some Tory MPs could defect to Labour
Boris Johnson has called questions over his leadership "political commentary" as rumours mount that a few of his own MPs are considering defecting to the Labour Party.
Ukraine war: Zelenskyy releases video showing 'evidence' Russian missile hit shopping centre deliberately
Russia targeted a shopping centre in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on purpose, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has claimed, as he released a video showing a missile hitting the building.
PMQs: Dominic Raab rejects Labour MPs' calls to include right to abortion in British Bill of Rights after US Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade
Dominic Raab has said he will not back a proposed amendment to the British Bill of Rights which would give women the fundamental right to an abortion.
'Stop Brexit Man' anti-Tory protester Steve Bray could be prosecuted, police say
An anti-Brexit and anti-Conservative protester has had his amplifiers seized outside Parliament and could be prosecuted, police have said.
Deborah James dies: Podcaster and cancer campaigner passes away aged 40
Podcaster and campaigner Dame Deborah James, whose frank accounts of life with bowel cancer sparked an extraordinary deluge of charity donations, has died, her family have announced.
Italy: Seawater crashes through barriers and rushes up rivers as northern Italy faces worst drought in 70 years
There are fears of an agricultural "catastrophe" in Italy after crops were damaged by seawater following the worst drought in 70 years.
How a British man ended up on the FBI's 'Most Wanted' list for allegedly helping North Korea evade sanctions
Christopher Emms was in "survival mode" by the time he was moved to his second Saudi Arabian jail.
Bataclan massacre: Trial of Islamic State fighters accused of mass murder in Paris set to conclude
The trial of 20 men accused of carrying out one of the worst peace-time terror attacks in Europe is expected to conclude in Paris later on Wednesday.