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Ford axing 7,000 jobs including hundreds in UK
Car giant Ford has announced that it is cutting 7,000 white collar jobs worldwide, with up to 550 in the UK expected to be among the positions axed.
'No more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches': Billionaire pays off students' debts
Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts.
Graham Potter appointed Brighton manager on four-year deal
Graham Potter has been appointed as Brighton's new manager on a four-year contract after the club triggered a release clause in his Swansea contract.
Matthijs de Ligt set to join Barcelona from Ajax in the summer
Matthijs de Ligt looks set to leave Ajax for Barcelona this summer, irrespective of interest from English clubs, Sky Sports News understands.
Man arrested in Newcastle after throwing milkshake at Nigel Farage
A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault after throwing a milkshake at Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage in Newcastle.
Brooks Koepka pips Dustin Johnson to retain PGA Championship title
Brooks Koepka survived a back-nine collapse and a final-round fightback from Dustin Johnson to cling on for victory at the PGA Championship.
UK security services foiled 19 major terror attacks over past two years, says Sajid Javid
UK security services have foiled 19 major terror attacks over the past two years, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has revealed.
Julian Assange: Swedish prosecutor asks court to detain WikiLeaks founder over rape claim
Swedish authorities have filed a request to detain WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over a rape allegation.
Brooks Koepka celebrates 'most satisfying' major victory at PGA
Brooks Koepka described his fourth major win in less than two years as his "most satisfying" after stumbling over the line at the PGA Championship.
Donald Trump enters row over state-led abortion crackdown
US President Donald Trump has waded into the row over strict new abortion laws introduced by some US states arguing he is "strongly pro-life".
New law could ban Britons from visiting terror hotspots in parts of northern Syria
Hard-hitting new security powers that would ban British citizens from designated terrorist hotspots are set to be introduced across large parts of northern Syria.
Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence
Google is set to revoke Huawei's access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
MP Jess Phillips clashes with protester over Birmingham school's LGBT lessons
An MP and a protester have clashed in the street over a Birmingham primary school that teaches LGBT issues to children.
Ryanair profits slump 29% due to fare and costs turbulence
Ryanair has reported a 29% dip in annual profits to just over €1bn (£890m) as weaker fares and higher costs weighed on its bottom line.