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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Rise in rough sleepers, Brexit legal advice and an English language college closing had everyone talking today.

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.


2  Vodafone ISPCC Carols_90559931 Vodafone Ireland choir launching this year’s ISPCC Holly Pins campaign. Source: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland


G20 summit Prime Minister Theresa May leaving 10 Downing Street, London ahead of giving a statement to MPs in the House of Commons Source: PA Wire/PA Images

#BREXIT: The UK government has published the legal advice it has received on the Brexit withdrawal agreement made with the EU, after sustained pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May.

#DEATH SENTENCE: A military court in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip has sentenced six people, including a woman, to death for “collaborating” with Israel, authorities said.

#POSITIVITY GURU: A Dutch court has rejected motivational speaker Emile Ratelband’s (69) request to be 20 years younger. 


Speaking at the opening of the UN climate conference in Poland, David Attenborough issued a dramatic appeal to world leaders to take the threat of global warming seriously.

During its coverage of Attenborough’s speech, the Huffington Post UK referred to the 92-year-old TV presenter as a naturist, rather than a naturalist.

Something the quickly apologised for. 

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