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"You want to create something that is striking and beautiful, but if you just go for those images, you’re probably lying."

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The articles that were most widely shared were those that emphasised questions about Johnson’s integrity and track record.

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“Our role is to be the platform on which the British people will have the argument. I don't want us to be sucked in by the Twitter mob.”

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While Johnson focuses on Number 10, rival parties in his west London constituency are gearing up for the biggest fight of their life.

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It’s Italy’s “Moscowgate” and it’s blown up Italian politics.

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“I doubt if he can tell good from bad,” the New York Rangers’ Artemi Panarin said of Putin, becoming one of the highest-profile Russian athletes to call out the Russian president.

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Press freedoms are under assault around the world. These are the most urgent cases in July.

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In a wider margin of victory for anti-no deal MPs than expected, an amendment aimed at preventing Parliament from being suspended passed by a majority of 41.

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Japan's public broadcaster said there were 16 confirmed victims, but it's feared the death-toll could rise.

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The 15-month-old is being treated for Influenza A.

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