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Theresa May apologises to her loyal staff who told her not to be sorry 24 May 9:13pm Theresa May apologises to her loyal staff who told her not to be sorry
After her emotional address to the nation on Downing Street on Friday Morning Theresa May, the Prime Minister’s first words to her staff were: ‘I’m sorry.’
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Shocking moment a vigilante chases down two thieves and beats them with a pipe on busy London street 24 May 8:50pm Shocking moment a vigilante chases down two thieves and beats them with a pipe on busy London street
Shocking footage shows a shirted man chasing after a hooded thug outside Aldgate East Station, Whitechapel High st where he screams at the thug and hits him repeatedly with a pipe-like object.
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Prince Harry to join Donald Trump and the Queen for a private lunch during US State Visit 24 May 8:47pm Prince Harry to join Donald Trump and the Queen for a private lunch during US State Visit
Prince Harry will join the Queen at Buckingham Palace for a private lunch with Donald Trump on the first day of his state visit to the UK, but Meghan looks set to dodge the visit.
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Conservatives in Tory leadership race called hypocrites for praising Theresa May including Boris 24 May 8:22pm Conservatives in Tory leadership race called hypocrites for praising Theresa May including Boris
Conservative leadership candidates (Jeremy Hunt pictured) lined up to laud Theresa May's dignity and sense of duty – despite spending the previous weeks doing their best to unseat her.
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Theresa May to resign: PM breaks down announcing resignation on June 7 24 May 8:11pm Updated Theresa May to resign: PM breaks down announcing resignation on June 7
The PM announced her departure in an emotional statement on the steps of Downing Street after meeting Tory backbench chief Sir Graham Brady and giving the news to her staff behind closed doors.
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How Theresa May realised a life-long dream to become PM 24 May 1:33pm Updated How Theresa May realised a life-long dream to become PM
The self-confessed 'bl**dy difficult woman' grabbed power after David Cameron's resignation in 2016 and enjoyed rocketing approval ratings as she triggered Article 50 in March 2017.
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Britons hit road to soak up 70F sun over bank holiday but face traffic hell of 22m car journeys 24 May 1:32pm Updated Britons hit road to soak up 70F sun over bank holiday but face traffic hell of 22m car journeys
Britons are set to hit the roads in their millions today as the bank holiday weekend gets underway, with generally favourable weather predicted in England, Wales and eastern Scotland.
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Julian Assange is hit with 17 new charges for conspiring with Chelsea Manning  24 May 1:26pm Updated Julian Assange is hit with 17 new charges for conspiring with Chelsea Manning 
Julian Assange has been charged with 18 additional criminal charges by the US government.
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Police hunt heartless thief who embraces her elderly victims before stealing their jewellery 24 May 12:50pm Updated Police hunt heartless thief who embraces her elderly victims before stealing their jewellery
CCTV footage shows the mugger approach a 78-year-old woman in Ealing, west London. It is believed the thief initially asks for directions before getting out of her car and grabbing woman's neck.
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Quiet resignation on the streets of Maidenhead where Theresa May has served for two decades 24 May 12:33pm Updated Quiet resignation on the streets of Maidenhead where Theresa May has served for two decades
Constituents in the Berkshire town reacted with an air of inevitability at May's announcement. Many in pubs and shops told MailOnline they felt her time was up over failure to deliver Brexit
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Pictured: Boy, nine, who died when he fell off locker which then fell on him at swimming club 24 May 12:30pm Pictured: Boy, nine, who died when he fell off locker which then fell on him at swimming club
The youngster, named locally as Leo Latifi, was seriously injured at Great Baddow High School in Chelmsford, Essex, last night. He was taken to hospital where he later died.
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Boy, nine, dies locker falls at school 24 May 12:24pm Updated Boy, nine, dies locker falls at school
The youngster, named locally as Leo Latifi, was seriously injured at Great Baddow High School in Chelmsford, Essex, last night. He was taken to hospital where he later died.
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Man died when a rotten tree collapsed on top of him after he tied a hammock-style tent to it 24 May 11:48am Updated Man died when a rotten tree collapsed on top of him after he tied a hammock-style tent to it
Ryan O'Carroll, 25, was fatally injured as he camped illegally with his 11-year-old brother and wife Stephanee Leal-Sanchez at the 250 acre Tehidy Country Park on August 10 last year.
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Merseyrail removes Morrissey posters from train stations after commuter complains 24 May 11:29am Merseyrail removes Morrissey posters from train stations after commuter complains
Merseyrail removed posters advertising Morrissey's new album California Son from trains and stations after one commuter complained about the singer's 'controversial views'.
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Widow, 85, discovers her husband led a double-life as a secret agent for 70 years 24 May 11:05am Updated Widow, 85, discovers her husband led a double-life as a secret agent for 70 years
Audrey Phillips, 85, from Wiltshire, was shocked to discover her husband of 64 years was working as a spy for MI5. Glyndwr was recruited as a teenager and worked in counter-espionage during WWII.
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Number of flights above the UK hits an all-time high today 24 May 10:53am Updated Number of flights above the UK hits an all-time high today
The spike in flights in UK airspace is due to a combination of factors, such as the bank holiday weekend, school half-term, the Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival.
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Twitter sleuth sheds doubt on poll station pelting of Brexit Party army veteran 24 May 10:50am Updated Twitter sleuth sheds doubt on poll station pelting of Brexit Party army veteran
Remainer internet sleuths have claimed the milkshake attack on a Parachute Regiment veteran in Aldershot yesterday was 'faked' after analysing photos of the liquid.
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Without a single warm word for Theresa May his Corbyn calls for an IMMEDIATE general election 24 May 10:43am Updated Without a single warm word for Theresa May his Corbyn calls for an IMMEDIATE general election
The Labour Leader refused to pay any tribute to the outgoing Tory leader and instead demanded that her replacement call an immediate general election.
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Astonishing photos show the silky hedges produced by webs woven by thousands of CATERPILLARS  24 May 9:01am Updated Astonishing photos show the silky hedges produced by webs woven by thousands of CATERPILLARS 
Thousands of very hungry caterpillars have covered a hedgerow in Hallen, in South Gloucestershire and a steet in Netherley, Liverpoolwith a blanket of silky webs.
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Theresa May resigns: Who could replace PM? 24 May 7:32am Theresa May resigns: Who could replace PM?
While as many as 25 MPs could run they will swiftly be whittled down into a workable number as MPs show their allegiances and plot to get their chosen man or woman into Downing Street.
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Farage on course to thrash Tories as Euro Election polls close 24 May 6:08am Farage on course to thrash Tories as Euro Election polls close
The Survation poll for the Daily Mail shows Mr Farage’s Brexit Party well ahead in the European elections on 31 per cent, trailed by Labour on 23, the Conservatives on 14 and the Lib Dems on 12.
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Theresa May will address the nation TODAY to pledge Britain will have a new PM by summer 24 May 3:54am Updated Theresa May will address the nation TODAY to pledge Britain will have a new PM by summer
Allies said that – barring a last-minute change of heart – Theresa May will announce plans today morning to step aside as Conservative Party leader next month.
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Dogs across Britain wait outside polling stations as owners cast their European votes 24 May 3:20am Updated Dogs across Britain wait outside polling stations as owners cast their European votes
The European election polls have opened across the UK but many democracy-loving dogs have been forced to wait outside as their owners go to vote.
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Bidders circle around British Steel amid frantic effort to find buyer for collapsed firm 24 May 3:01am Updated Bidders circle around British Steel amid frantic effort to find buyer for collapsed firm
British Steel flopped after the Government refused to supply £30million to keep it going – which Business Secretary Greg Clark said would have been illegal under EU ‘state aid’ rules.
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Hundreds of images revealed charting The Beatles rise to fame after worldwide hunt for footage 24 May 1:03am Updated Hundreds of images revealed charting The Beatles rise to fame after worldwide hunt for footage
Hundreds of incredible never-before-seen images snapped by fans offer a tantalising glimpse of The Beatles' life away from concerts during their heyday. John Lennon is snapped at a protest.
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