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1. Mother who boasted she had “10 guns” shot and killed her two daughters.
Christy Sheats with daughter Madison Sheats, 17. Facebook.
A woman in the US, who boasted on Facebook about her "right" to own 10 guns shot her two adult daughters killing one of them at the scene before she was fatally shot by a responding police.
Christy Sheats, 42, from Texas killed her daughters Taylor Sheats, 22, and Madison Sheats, 17 on their father's birthday.
A family argument started inside the Houston-area home and spiralled into gun violence.
It is reported that the 42-year-old mother chased her two daughters outside before shooting them in the street.
Her husband, Jason Sheats, with whom Christy Sheats had recently reunited after a separation, watched as she shot their daughters. A neighbour Fazz Zainuddin told KPRC-TV he heard Mr Sheats say, "'Don't do this. They're our kids."
"It was a family argument that turned into a shooting," Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls said.
In a series of Facebook posts professing her pro-gun stance earlier this year Ms Sheats had written “It would be horribly tragic if my ability to protect myself or my family were to be taken away, but that’s exactly what Democrats are determined to do by banning semiautomatic weapons.”
In January, she wrote: “I have 10 guns. Obama wants eight of my guns. How many guns do I have? That’s right, I have 10 guns.”
*Christy Sheats with daughter, Taylor in feature image. Facebook.
2. Brexit regret sinks in.
After last week’s shock referendum in the UK the reality seems to be sinking in with more than 2.8 million people signing a petition calling for a second EU referendum – meaning parliament will be required to consider it for debate.
A poll in the British newspaper, Mail on Sunday found that seven per cent of those who voted Leave - more than one million people already regret having done so.
Four per cent of Remain voters also regretted their decision.
One man, Adam from Manchester, told the BBC he voted Leave but was now "shocked and worried" by the poll result.
But the petition has already been rejected by political leaders, with David Cameron saying the referendum result was an "instruction that must be delivered", and Jeremy Corbyn saying, "we have got to accept that decision".
More than 17 million Britons voted Leave in the referendum.
Scotland has already announced its intention to try and stay in the EU with Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon saying she sought "immediate discussions to protect Scotland's place in the EU",