Charge! Trump Crashes into China Trade War; SCARFE ON FRIDAY It All Ends in Brexit Tears for Both Theresa May in Salzburg and Lily Allen at the Mercury Awards, but Claire Foy Reigns at the Emmys. Gerald Scarfe and Samuel Fishwick Sum Up the Week

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Charge! Trump Crashes into China Trade War; SCARFE ON FRIDAY It All Ends in Brexit Tears for Both Theresa May in Salzburg and Lily Allen at the Mercury Awards, but Claire Foy Reigns at the Emmys. Gerald Scarfe and Samuel Fishwick Sum Up the Week


Monday Theresa May tries out her latest catchphrase in a special BBC Panorama interview, labelling Brexit simply a choice between "her deal or no deal". Chancellor Philip Hammond and the International Monetary Fund both warn that the latter will undo 10 years of economic recovery in the UK.

There are headaches all round at the Liberal Democrat party conference as anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller, pictured, announces she is not their "leader-in-waiting".

Meghan Markle launches a Grenfell recipe book, Together. A restaurant in Salisbury, Prezzo, is sealed off in a Novichok scare after a man and a woman collapsed on Sunday night. Conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh's audition for the US Supreme Court is postponed after historic allegations of sexual assault emerge.

Communities Secretary James Brokenshire calls for local council action on "deeply disturbing" anti-Semitic posters appearing on London bus stops. The Crown's Claire Foy and Black Mirror writer Charlie Brooker lead a glut of British awards at the Emmy Awards in the US.

Tuesday Donald Trump further stokes a trade war with China by imposing tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods.

Embattled Elon Musk announces that Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will become the first tourist to take a private commercial trip around the Moon on his Space X Big Falcon rocket.

The Migration Advisory Committee releases a report recommending that fewer low-skilled workers and more high-skilled ones are allowed to work here after Brexit. 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen and Tate Britain announce an ambitious art project to photograph 115,000 sevenyear-old-pupils in London.

A Russian reconnaissance aircraft is brought down by a Syrian missile, killing 15 people. As Russia blames Israeli jet manoeuvres, a 15-mile safe zone is agreed by Turkey and Russia over Idlib, where a humanitarian disaster looms.

Police appeal for help after 11 rare piglets are stolen from Surrey Docks Farm. The Circle, a "Big Brother for the social media age", begins on Channel 4.

Wednesday Theresa May and the 27 EU leaders meet in Salzburg to discuss Brexit terms over an "informal" dinner. London Mayor Sadiq Khan announces a specialist Violence Reduction Unit to tackle gangs and rising crime rates, after the Evening Standard called for the same approach. …

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