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Zac Goldsmith campaign has 'blown up' bridges with Muslims - top Tory

London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith leaves with his wife Alice after casting his vote at Kitson Hall, Barnes

Zac Goldsmith's controversial campaign tactics in the London mayoral race were a "mistake" and could damage community relations in the capital, a senior Tory has warned.

1:29am Friday 6 May 2016

SNP secures first victory as Labour ejected in Rutherglen

Ballots from the Scottish Parliament election are counted at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh

The SNP has secured its first victory of the 2016 Holyrood election, with the party ousting Labour's James Kelly in Rutherglen.

1:29am Friday 6 May 2016

Big Brother star dodged boiling tea on campaign trail in Cardiff

Big Brother star Glyn Wise, who is standing as a Welsh Assembly candidate for Plaid Cymru in Cardiff Central, at a count in Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.

Big Brother star turned wannabe politician Glyn Wise says he has proved a hit with voters while out on the campaign trail.

1:29am Friday 6 May 2016

Low-paid could suffer most from a Brexit vote - study

The report says selecting EU workers based on skills and pay is likely to hit low-paid sectors hardest

Britain's low-paid labour market could be hit "hardest" if the country votes to leave the EU and new immigration rules are brought in, according to a study.

1:29am Friday 6 May 2016

Donald Trump: Britain would be better off out of the EU

Donald Trump says he feels the UK would be better off out of the EU

Donald Trump has given his backing for Brexit, stating that the UK would be "better off without" the European Union.

12:32am Friday 6 May 2016

Labour facing tough night at polls as results pour in from Super Thursday

Count volunteers count ballot papers at the Latton Bush Centre, Southern Way, Harlow, Essex, as counting begins across the UK in local council elections.

Labour was bracing itself for a difficult night as the first results were declared from "Super Thursday" elections across the UK.

12:32am Friday 6 May 2016

Yate shopper gets Lidl parking fine revoked by drawing stick men cartoon

Stephen Crowley's cartoon of his family at Lidl in Yate which led to his fine being revoked

A SUPERMARKET customer who intentionally got fined for parking at Lidl in Yate has had the penalty revoked after drawing a cartoon picture to 'prove' his family shopped at the store.

12:27am Friday 6 May 2016

Film scores keep symphonic music alive, says Iron Man 3 composer Brian Tyler

Iron Man 3 composer Brian Tyler, who has said musical scores for feature films help to keep 'symphonic music alive'

Iron Man 3 composer Brian Tyler has said musical scores for feature films help to keep "symphonic music alive".

12:18am Friday 6 May 2016

Christian bakers 'praying for just outcome' in 'gay cake' appeal hearing

Daniel McArthur, the firm's general manager, said the family had been buoyed by support shown

Christian bakers at the centre of the so-called "gay cake" discrimination battle have said they are praying for justice ahead of next week's appeal hearing.

12:18am Friday 6 May 2016

Weakest trading month for high street since 2008, year of world economic crisis

High street retailers saw a 6.1% drop in overall year-on-year sales in April, reportedly the worst overall figures since November 2008

The UK high street has suffered its worst month since 2008 as poor weather combined with economic uncertainty ensured shoppers kept a tight grip on their wallets.

12:18am Friday 6 May 2016
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