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Government wins vote on EU withdrawal bill with majority of 36 - as it happened

• <b>Conservative MPs have warned Theresa May that their support for her government’s Brexit legislation is not unconditional, as they demanded significant changes to the EU withdrawal bill within minutes of backing it.</b> As <b>Anushka Asthana</b> reports, parliament’s post-midnight vote resulted in the prime …

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The January blues are bad enough without giving up booze too

Life's too short to deny yourself the small pleasures – like a nice bottle of Burgundy<p>TS Eliot was wrong. April isn’t the cruellest month: January is my Waste Land, and today is surely the cruellest day of the year. Sadistic statisticians are fond of gathering evidence that the first Monday back at …

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Pope Francis, often referred to as the “people’s pope,” will arrive in the U.S. Tuesday for a six-day trip. This is his first visit to America since he was elected pope in 2013. The 78-year-old Argentine, who completed a historic trip to Cuba over the weekend, is expected to meet with President …

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Best places to travel in September 2015

As temperatures grow milder and tourist crowds wane, September can be a wonderful time of year to travel.<p>Head to Shanghai for mid-autumn moon gazing, or catch the last of the summer sun on the shores of Lake Michigan. This is also the time to indulge in a tipple or two - at La Rioja's grape harvest …

Pope Francis has encouraged mothers to breastfeed their babies during a mass baptism service in the Sistine Chapel. "If they are hungry, mothers, feed them, tranquilly," he told the audience, in what has become his typically informal style. Read more: http://fw.to/cCs5Chm Photo: AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano