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Harry and Meghan visit Nelson Mandela exhibition at London’s Southbank Centre

Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre in London is hosting the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, which has enjoyed successful runs around the world, including six weeks at the Paris Town Hall

Brexit cloud hanging over Farnborough Airshow

Following a successful first day at the event, during which a record $46.2bn (£35bn) worth of deals were announced, there was anxiety that a deal on frictionless goods trade between Britain and the EU post-Brexit - the key element in the Chequers Agreement that forms the basis of the government's

‘Mini tsunami’ hits Majorca and Menorca, flooding beaches and restaurants

Beaches, restaurants and roads were hit by high seawaters after the 5ft (1.5m) wave reportedly struck on Monday morning

Liberal Democrats admit party ‘messed up’ over Brexit votes

Former leader Tim Farron and his successor Sir Vince Cable were not in the chamber when the government passed key customs proposals by just three votes

Google launches UK job searching service

A number of job listing sites are part of the rollout, including Reed, Haymarket, CV-Library, and Gumtree, and roles advertised on these sites will be aggregated into Google's search results

Arsene Wenger admits 22-year Arsenal stay ‘perhaps’ a mistake

The 68-year-old, who was appointed on October 1, 1996, stepped down as Gunners boss in May after winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups

German GP: Mercedes say they had fastest car in F1 triple...

Ahead of the Anglo-German's second 'home' grand prix in a row at Hockenheim this weekend, which marks the halfway point of the 21-round season, Toto Wolff says there was a "silver lining" for the Silver Arrows across the previous three races despite falling behind Ferrari in the Drivers' and

Italy gives France red card over Mona Lisa stunt

The masterpiece was painted by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, leading some to describe the artwork's Frenchification as "unforgivable"

Designer babies could be approved in future, says medical ethics panel

Scientists in the Nuffield Council on Bioethics group said the law which bans genetic editing shouldn't be altered at the moment, although a change couldn't be ruled out in the future

OBR takes aim at government’s ‘Brexit dividend’ boost for NHS

The independent watchdog's Fiscal Sustainability Report also estimated that - in the absence of any planned tax changes or spending cuts being set out yet - the spending increase would add 1.5% of GDP to the annual deficit over the long term, pushing up the UK's debt pile