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Australian Open: Katie Boulter's run ended by Aryna Sabalenka

16 January 2019 - 7:29am
Katie Boulter's run in the Australian Open women's singles comes to an end at the second round stage with a 6-3 6-4 defeat by Belarus' Aryna Sabalenka.

Federer battles through against Britain's Evans

16 January 2019 - 6:23am
British number four Dan Evans succumbs in three sets after pushing Roger Federer hard in an entertaining Australian Open second-round match.

News Daily: PM faces confidence vote, and Kenya hotel attack

16 January 2019 - 6:22am
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 16 January 2019.

Brexit: Theresa May faces confidence vote after huge defeat

16 January 2019 - 5:41am
Labour is bidding to force a general election after the PM's Brexit deal was rejected but Tory rebels and the DUP have pledged support.

Wimbledon finalist Anderson knocked out of Australian Open by Tiafoe

16 January 2019 - 5:37am
Fifth seed Kevin Anderson is knocked out of the Australian Open after being beaten in four sets by American Frances Tiafoe.

Brexit vote: Donald Tusk suggests UK should stay in EU

16 January 2019 - 2:45am
The European Council president sends a cryptic tweet after Theresa May's Brexit deal is rejected.

Turkey: Could the US damage its economy?

16 January 2019 - 1:28am
Is Turkey at the mercy of the US economically as President Trump claims?

Pawel Adamowicz: Murder on stage stuns a divided Poland

16 January 2019 - 1:26am
Poles are taking a hard look at their divisive politics after the public murder of a popular mayor.

Red Bull Tube poster banned over 'focus boost' claim

16 January 2019 - 1:24am
It was wrong to imply the energy drink can boost focus and help workers finish by 4pm, a ruling says.

'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse'

16 January 2019 - 1:22am
Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.

Ofsted promises fairer deal for schools in tough areas

16 January 2019 - 1:07am
Inspectors to focus on good teaching and a broad curriculum alongside results, says Ofsted.

South Asian women who led a strike in a British factory

16 January 2019 - 12:53am
South Asian women workers led a strike against poor working conditions in a British factory in 1976. At its height 20,000 people joined the protests outside the Grunwick factory.

'Game changer' liver transplant approved

16 January 2019 - 12:41am
It's hoped perfusion machines that "warm livers" will increase the number of viable donated organs.

Bauhaus in pictures: The architects exiled by Nazis

16 January 2019 - 12:36am
The Bauhaus's radical approach to building design can be seen around the world.

Wales 'highest prison rate' in western Europe

16 January 2019 - 12:35am
A "thorough debate" is needed on why more people are being sent to prison in Wales, say researchers.

The ultrasound scan you can do yourself

16 January 2019 - 12:17am
A US company has produced an ultrasound scanner that plugs into an iPhone and costs $2,000 (£1,555).

No escape as 'snow day' becomes 'e-learning day'

16 January 2019 - 12:15am
Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.

The young student rewriting the rules on Arabic calligraphy

16 January 2019 - 12:14am
Calligrapher Yasmin, 20, says one of the oldest art forms in the world is also the most fragile.

Smartwatches: Switzerland's friend of foe?

16 January 2019 - 12:14am
The Swiss watch industry faced a near-death experience from quartz products. Is the smartwatch a similar threat?

Clean air: Do low emission schemes improve children’s lungs?

16 January 2019 - 12:12am
Children in London and Luton are taking part in a study to measure how their lungs are affected by air pollution.

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