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Hackney: A crime scene is in place after a man in his 20s was seriously injured and robbed this morning on the A10 - Kingsland Road. Met Police say they came across a man suffering from a head injury at 05.26. As yet no arrests have been made
In London, U.S. Defense Secretary Esper says appears Iran is "inching" toward a place where talks could be held. His comments come just days after President Trump left the door open to a possible meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the upcoming U.N. General Assembly
Britain's Supreme Court rejects a challenge to the prime minister's decision to suspend parliament
UK and Israeli leaders agree on need to stop Iran getting nuclear weapon
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Waltham Forest: A young man has been rushed to hospital after an attack in Chingford. The teenager, 18 years of age, has been stabbed. Met Police say they were called to Larkshall Road, E4 just after 5.00pm. No arrests at this stage. The victims condition is unknown
Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has announced another motion relating to an early general election has been scheduled for consideration in the Commons on Monday
Boris Johnson tells Netanyahu at the top of their meeting that the UK's goal in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process is still a 2 state solution
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has postponed a planned visit to Belfast on Monday saying it would be an "inappropriate" time to visit and that Westminster has reached "a moment of truth"
Kabul explosion: Blast occurred near @ResoluteSupport HQ and UK soldiers were at the scene, reports @AP, retrieving what appeared to be the remains of a @NATO vehicle.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is meeting Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at Downing Street
Boris Johnson's own brother has decided to quit as an MP, because even he's "torn between family loyalty and the national interest".
SNP's @IanBlackfordMP says @BorisJohnson should take responsibility and negotiate a brexit extension. Doesn't sound like he will back an immediate election on the PM's timetable: 'top priority to stop no deal' and 'will work with all others' and 'not fall for stunts'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tabled a motion for a General Election on 15 October after MPs backed a bill seeking to prevent a 'No-deal' Brexit
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Hillary Benn says the Commons "has spoken" and Boris Johnson should "uphold the law and fulfil the obligations placed upon him by this bill" and delay Brexit to avoid leaving with no-deal.
Corbyn likens Johnson to the wicked queen in Snow White - what he's offering is not the apple of an election "but the poison of a no deal"
Bill preventing No Deal on Oct 31st passes final stage in Commons: 327 - 299. Bill passes to Lords
Boris Johnson: 'There must be an election on Tuesday 15th October.'
British Prime Minister: We will withdraw from the European Union by October 31 in any case
MPs have voted for second reading of Brexit delay bill
EU sceptical new Brexit deal can be struck by Oct 31: senior EU source
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Israeli PM @Netanyahu will meet tomorrow in London with PM @BorisJohnson and US Defense Secretary Mark Esper @EsperDoD
Netanyahu to travel to London tomorrow to meet Boris Johnson and US SecDef Mark Esper
MPs are holding a debate in the House of Commons on legislation which would require the Government to ask for a delay to Brexit beyond 31 October if no deal with the EU is agreed or MPs have not agreed to a 'no-deal' Brexit by 19 October
Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi has called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to apologise for his "derogatory and racist remarks"
British Prime Minister proposes early elections on 15 October
An activist has lost the world's first legal challenge over police use of facial recognition technology at the High Court in London
A judge at the highest court in Scotland has ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament is not a matter for the courts and does not contravene the rule of law
United Kingdom: Two people have been arrested by police in connection with the violent protest outside Indian High Commissioner in London yesterday
At least five foreign nationals including two British and a Romanian were killed in Taliban attack on Green Village compound in Kabul on Monday and 25 others were wounded, a source from the Ministry of Interior said
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has posted a tweet asking how there is "no longer room in the Conservative party for Nicholas Soames"