THERESA May vowed to support Ukraine in the face of the “threat” from Moscow as she welcomes Petro Poroshenko to Downing Street.

She told the Ukrainian president the UK stood “ready to support” his country.

Mrs May said she would continue to press for sanctions to remain in place against Russia until the Minsk agreement on a political settlement was fully implemented.

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Cycling to work cuts the risk of developing heart disease and cancer by almost half, research suggests.

Walking to work is also good for you, although it does not offer the same benefits as taking a bike, experts from the University of Glasgow found.

The new study on 264,337 people, 52% of whom were women, found cycling to work is linked to a 45% lower risk of developing cancer and a 46% lower risk of cardiovascular disease, compared to driving to work or taking public transport.

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London Overground trains from one of Britain’s busiest railway stations are not expected to be fully operational until after lunchtime, following a fire that closed Euston.

It had tweeted in the night to say: “A normal service is expected to and from London #Euston today following major disruption caused by a power cut at the station.”

Trains were cancelled going in and out of London Euston from Wednesday afternoon after a blaze next to the track near South Hampstead triggered a power cut.

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