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Dua Lipa and Stormzy win big at politically charged BRITs

It was an electric night at the O2 arena in south-east London last night. Stars gathered to celebrate music and the artists behind it.

Dua scooped British female solo artist, with Stormy took home British male solo artist. It was a great night for Ed Sheeran too, the singer-songwriter picked up a global success award.

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But music wasn't the only thing on the agenda. The event was politically charged with grime star Stormzy used it as a platform to launch a rant at Theresa May and the government over their handling of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

The 24-year-old closed the show at the O2 arena by performing Blinded By Your Grace Pt2 under a shower of water. Mid-way through the song, he said: "Yo Theresa May, where's that money for Grenfell?"

He then accused the politician of forgetting about the fire at the west London tower block in which more than 70 people died.

Full list of winners

  • British male solo artist - Stormzy
  • British female solo artist - DuaLipa
  • British group - Gorillaz
  • British breakthrough act - Dua Lipa
  • Brits global success award - Ed Sheeran
  • British single - Rag'N'BoneMan
  • MasterCard British album of the year - Stormzy
  • International male solo artist - Kendrick Lamar
  • International female solo artist - Lorde
  • International group - FooFighters
  • Critics Choice - Jorja Smith
  • British artist video - Harry Styles

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