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Crisis for Boris Johnson as Sunak and Javid lead wave of resignations from government
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid have quit Boris Johnson's government, leading a wave of resignations.
Nadhim Zahawi made chancellor after Rishi Sunak resigns - as Steve Barclay replaces Sajid Javid as health secretary
Nadhim Zahawi has been appointed Boris Johnson's new chancellor after Rishi Sunak dramatically quit the role.
Now it really is open war for the Conservatives after Sunak and Javid's resignations - Beth Rigby's political analysis
Allies of Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid insist tonight that their resignations are all about a question of integrity.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and health secretary Sajid Javid's resignation letters in full
Rishi Sunak has resigned as chancellor, just moments after Sajid Javid resigned as health secretary.
July 4 parade attack: Chicago shooting suspect charged with seven counts of first degree murder
The man accused of opening fire on a Fourth of July parade in Chicago, leaving at least seven people dead and more than 30 others injured, has been charged with seven counts of first degree murder.
Fourth of July shooting suspect Robert Crimo's strange and violent online trail
The young man suspected of killing six people and injuring dozens at a Fourth of July parade uploaded a video showing the location of the attack before the mass shooting.
Rescuers find body parts after deadly avalanche on Italian glacier
Rescuers have found body parts in the search for hikers missing after a powerful avalanche killed at least seven people in Italy.
Cameron Norrie: British number one through to semi-finals of Wimbledon after defeating David Goffin
British number one Cameron Norrie is through to the semi-finals of Wimbledon after beating David Goffin in a five-set thriller.
Why England's Lionesses might just win Euro 2022
When England's Lionesses kick off Euro 2022 in front of a sold-out Old Trafford there is a standout reason why they might just win it - the "brutal" boss who has already won the competition once before.
Tech firms to be forced to combat 'tsunami of online child abuse' by Online Safety Bill amendment
New legislation will give regulators the power to force technology companies to stop sexual abuse of children on their platforms.