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Harry saddles up for charity polo match in Florida

Prince Harry is playing for his Lesotho charity Sentebale

Prince Harry will take to a polo field in Florida today to compete in a match in aid of his charity Sentebale.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Government 'must make up its mind' on airport expansion

The Government has been urged to decide on where a new runway should be built

Ministers have been urged to set out a clear timetable for airport expansion in the South East.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Chief Rabbi warns Labour against 'sticking plaster' anti-Semitism probe

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis says Labour's anti-Semitism inquiry should not be a 'sticking plaster' to placate voters

Labour is under fresh pressure over its handling of racism and anti-Semitism in the party amid revelations its London mayoral candidate used a racial slur, and criticism from the Chief Rabbi.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Charity brands Government 'reckless' over council house sales

Shelter said the Government was being 'reckless' on the sale of council homes

More than 20,000 council homes could be lost across England in a year to pay for the extension of the Government's right-to-buy policy to housing association tenants, a homelessness charity has claimed.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Tony Blair: 'Rational' voters will heed Obama's Brexit warning

Tony Blair believes the country would vote to stay in

Leave campaigners have hit back after Tony Blair suggested "rational" voters would listen to US president Barack Obama's warnings about the dangers of Britain leaving the European Union.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

MPs 'unconvinced' by Saudi role investigating alleged violations in Yemen

The Foreign Office has been criticised by MPs for relying on Saudi Arabia to investigate alleged human rights violations by its forces fighting in the Yemeni civil war.

Ministers have been sharply criticised by MPs for relying on Saudi Arabia to investigate allegations of human rights violations by its forces in Yemen amid claims UK-made weapons are fuelling the country's bloody civil war.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Concern over use of bailiffs to chase council tax debts

Charities have raised concerns over the use of bailiffs to chase people in council tax arrears

Charities have raised concerns over councils' "aggressive" use of bailiffs to chase people in council tax arrears after seeing record numbers of cries for help with such debts.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Companies should not get 'off hook' when customers scammed

Companies are being urged to take more responsibility when their customers fall victim to scammers

Companies should face more pressure to take responsibility for scams rather than leaving the onus on their customers to protect themselves, a watchdog has urged.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

PM should 'reach out and apologise' to Donald Trump, says US adviser

Donald Trump, pictured, was labelled 'divisive, stupid and wrong' by David Cameron

David Cameron should apologise for his description of Donald Trump as "divisive, stupid and wrong", according to an adviser to the US presidential hopeful.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016

Duchess to view portraits of herself on day of engagements

The Duchess of Cambridge's day of engagements includes a visit to the National Portrait Gallery

The Duchess of Cambridge has a busy day ahead as she visits a magical garden, attends a mental health lunch and views pictures of herself at a glamorous exhibition.

3:13am Wednesday 4 May 2016
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