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Final hours of voting in race to become British PM

The result will be announced on Tuesday

A walkabout at Wimbledon

Poorer fans watch screens on Murray Mount and the posh mingle with stars in Rosewater Pavilion

May pledges to quit to save Brexit plan

The prime minister of Britain dramatically announced she would quit if her MPs finally backed her withdrawal agreement

UK PM faces double trouble in looming Brexit showdown

With Britain set to leave the bloc at the end of March, European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker is demanding 'substantial progress' this week

Boris Johnson blasts May’s Brexit blueprint

May's sea of troubles swelled after the EU's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier strongly opposed her blueprint

Zuckerberg vows to ‘step up’ as Facebook scandal mushrooms

The social media giant's chief has announced new steps to rein in the leakage of data outside developers and third-party apps

BBC inquiry begins as sex abuse scandal grows

An inquiry into the BBC's culture and practices got under way with the corporation reeling from claims of child sex abuse perpetrated by Jimmy Savile.

Gary Glitter arrested in Saville paedophilia investigation

Gary Glitter, who has served two jail sentences for sexual offences, has been arrested in connection with an investigation into TV star Jimmy Saville.

World turns page on 2011

The world rang in the New Year on Sunday with a string of spectacular firework displays watched by millions.

Pakistan players face spot-fixing trial

Three Pakistan Test players are due to go on trial in London charged with spot-fixing during a match against England last year.

London on lockdown to prevent new riots

Police were out in force in London on Saturday in a bid to prevent any repeat of England's worst riots in decades, which left five people dead.

Violent protestors set London district ablaze

Emergency services worked to restore order to a London district on Sunday after rioters torched vehicles and buildings and looted shops.

Burundian makes history at Wimbledon

A 16-year-old boy from Burundi has made Wimbledon history, becoming the first player from the East African country to participate in the championship.

Venus looking to dish up some cold revenge

Venus Williams said she would not let anything get in her way when she faces Tsvetana Pironkova, who dumped her out of Wimbledon last year.

Anderson eyes long strides to the top

South African Kevin Anderson said his Wimbledon defeat by world No. 2 Novak Djokovic showed him just how much he's going to need to up his game.

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