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Boris Johnson has changed the rules on the ministerial code, allowing ministers to apologise instead of having to resign if they breach the rules. @PGMcNamara  reports from Westminster.

Russian backed forces say they have seized control of a strategic city in eastern Ukraine, amid intense battles around key areas of Donbas. @paraicobrien  reports from Dnipro.

“It’s part of living in a society with free speech.” The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks to @krishgm  and defends his public comments on the UK government’s plans to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda and the Partygate scandal.

Police chiefs in Texas have admitted that the delay in confronting the gunman who shot 19 children and two teachers at a primary school was the "wrong decision". @siobhankennedy4  reports.

Officials from G7 nations have pledged to eventually phase out coal power - but haven’t committed to a specific deadline. @alextomo  reports.

A Metropolitan Police officer who has been accused of 44 offences, including 21 counts of rape, will face trial in February next year. @ewither  reports.

After seven weeks of testimony, lawyers have delivered their closing arguments in the defamation battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. @AyshahTull  reports.

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??Tonight at 7pm:?? EXCLUSIVE: Channel 4 News investigation reveals a huge Trump campaign data leak, exposing how 3.5 million Black Americans were listed as ‘Deterrence’ - to try to stop them voting in 2016. #DeterringDemocracy 

"You're selling us self-consciousness." Jameela Jamil explains why she thinks the Kardashians are "double agents for the patriarchy", in the latest Ways to Change the World podcast.

"If the other three police officers who were standing around when George Floyd was murdered had thought about intervening like what we did, George Floyd would be alive today." Patrick Hutchinson, who was pictured carrying a protestor to safety at violent demo says what happened.

"Aleppo is a place where the children have stopped crying." Scenes of sheer terror and grief in the last hospital in the last days of Aleppo

The British Army’s Household Division play Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ at Buckingham Palace on the day of the Queen of Soul’s funeral

“As far as I’m aware she does not have any degree in economics.” “I was and I remain a professor of economics.” This is what happened when a Brexit Party MEP questioned the expertise of Green MEP Molly Scott Cato over post-Brexit trade.

"Every generation pretends gang crime is a new problem." Rapper and author Akala says the social indicators of violence have "remained identical for almost 200 years".

"Don't boo, vote!" This is how Obama dealt with a pro-Trump protester who tried to disrupt his speech in support of Hillary Clinton

“Blame us. Blame Westminster. Do not blame Brussels for our own country's mistakes and do not be angry at us for telling you the truth. Be angry at the chancers who sold you a lie.” says that voters were misled during the 2016 EU referendum. #78DaysToBrexit 

Instead of stating their body measurements, contestants in this beauty pageant listed statistics about violence against women in Peru.

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