| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Article 50: May signs letter that will trigger Brexit - The letter will be delivered to the EU on Wednesday, marking formal notice of the UK's exit.
  • Trump signs order undoing Obama climate change policies - Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.
  • Francois Fillon's wife Penelope under formal investigation - The French presidential candidate's wife is accused of being paid public money for a "fake job".
  • Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was 'focused on his family' - A former employer describes Masood as the "antithesis of a violent radical".
  • New population of rare tigers found in eastern Thailand - Camera traps caught images of the critically endangered Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
  • Police appeal after mother vanishes with two sons - The 42-year-old was last seen in Nottingham city centre on Monday.
  • Paralysed man feeds himself with help of implants - Paralysed man says he is "wowed" after implants allow him to regain control of his right arm.
  • Marine Le Pen on why the EU wants Brexit to be painful - Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.
  • Laptop cabin ban 'ineffective' - The ban also creates "commercial distortions" said IATA chief executive Alexandre de Juniac.
  • Scottish Parliament backs referendum call - It is agreed by 69 votes to 59 that Nicola Sturgeon should make a request to the UK government.
  • Unions criticise 1% pay rise for public sector workers - Ministers defend the below-inflation deal but unions say NHS staff are being "taken for granted".
  • Cyclone Debbie: Queensland braced for dangerous floods - A 1,300km (800 miles) area is at dangerous risk of flooding after Cyclone Debbie, authorities warn.
  • The papers: It's 'Dover and out' as Brexit begins - A bid for freedom, or a step into the unknown? Theresa May's move to trigger Brexit negotiations is the story for Wednesday's newspaper front pages.
  • 'Memories for Mummy' - how Rio Ferdinand is helping his kids grieve - Rio Ferdinand shares how he found a way to help his children cope with their mother's death.
  • Selling my fertility changed the law in Britain - In 1985, Kim Cotton became Britain's first commercial surrogate mother
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