Labour will seek to exploit government division on Brexit today in the final round of House of Commons votes on the Queen's Speech.
Operation Cup of Tea
Keep calm and have a cup of tea. That's how over 110,000 people on Facebook plan to tackle the riots.
Created by Sam Pepper the Facebook page reads
"At 8.30 tonight EVERY NIGHT TILL THE RIOTS STOP, gather us in an anti-riot. for this all you need to do is post a picture on this event at 8.30pm having a nice cup of tea at home!
We dont need to riot, and this is how we will show it!
*if your not a fan of tea feel free to post a picture of you drinking any "mugged" drink :)"
The page is already packed with pictures of mugs and messages
The type of cladding used on Grenfell Tower is likely to have to be removed from hundreds of buildings in order to make people safe, a housing expert has said.
Northern Ireland's political parties negotiated into the night in a bid to reach agreement to restore devolved government.
The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster will be led by retired Court of Appeal judge Sir Martin Moore-Bick.
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