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Donald Trump's visit to the UK has got off to an eventful start with a press conference alongside UK Prime Minister Theresa May. During the meeting he denied that he had criticised her in his interview with a British newspaper. The president also said a US trade deal with the UK was possible once it left the EU, contradicting his earlier recorded comments. Also on the programme: Residents of Basra take to the streets, demanding jobs and better services and we find out more about a suicide bombing in Pakistan which has killed over a hundred and twenty people. (Photo: ...



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US President Donald Trump makes his first visit to the UK since taking office
President Trump says he's now "very happy" with his Nato allies
President Trump has urged allies to increase military spending from 2% to 4% of GDP
US President Donald Trump criticises his Nato ally's reliance on Russian natural gas
All 12 boys and their football coach rescued from cave after more than two weeks
All 12 boys and their football coach have now been brought out alive from flooded caves
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigns: "Brexit dream is dying".
Cave divers in Thailand have brought out more boys from a vast flooded cave system
Rescue operation suspended until Monday
The first boys have successfully been rescued from a flooded cave system in Thailand
Moving letters between the trapped Thai boys and their parents have been published
Efforts are intensifying to rescue the Thai boys trapped in a cave before the rains
Theresa May says a "collective" deal has been reached on the future of UK/EU relations
The Polish government has caused disquiet among EU officials over its new retirement law
China accuses US of starting the biggest trade war in history
British police say the latest couple poisoned by Novichok likely handled an exposed item
British government calls on Russia to explain another novichok poisoning
Supreme Court head arrives for work in defiance of new law requiring her to step down
Thai Army says boys and their coach have to learn to dive or wait for flooding to recede