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Theresa May given stark warning about leaving customs union

<b>Exclusive:</b> UK hard Brexit pullout risks big fall in GDP and trade gridlock at ports, cabinet committee told<p>Cabinet ministers have been given detailed warnings that the UK pulling out of the EU customs union could lead to a 4.5% fall in GDP by 2030 and the clogging up of trade through Britain’s …

Erdogan: Turkish democracy is not under threat

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has insisted Turkish democracy is not under threat, but said there could be more arrests in the wake of last week's failed coup attempt, in a wide-ranging interview with Al Jazeera.<p>"We will remain inside a democratic parliamentary system, we will never step …

Metropolitan police cancel leave after string of violent riots in the capital

Metropolitan Police officers have had their leave cancelled after a string of violent attacks in the capital.<p>The force announced the decision following disorder at three parks in London on Tuesday night, which led to five people, including a police officer, being stabbed.<p>Extra officers have been …

Photographer Traveling Cross-Country to Capture Diverse Portraits of Americans in All 50 States

Photographer John Mireles is on an impressive quest to shoot portraits of citizens in all 50 states of America. The ongoing project is titled <i>Neighbors</i>, and it aims to demonstrate the incredible diversity of the country by showcasing people from all different backgrounds in locales between the …

Margaret Thatcher demanded halt to Asian men bringing second wives to Britain, newly released files reveal

Margaret Thatcher demanded a clampdown on Asian men bringing second wives into the country claiming the UK's immigration rules discriminated in favour of the "coloured Commonwealth", according to newly released government papers.<p>Files released by the National Archives show how in 1986, ministers in …