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Updated: 1 hour 26 min ago
The Duchess of Sussex starts laughing when Prince Harry's speech is momentarily interrupted by a bee.
Choirs lead a chorus of amateur voices in a sing-along to remember the Manchester attack victims.
The girl became pregnant at 13 by a relative 16 years her senior whom she was later forced to marry.
Kees van Dongen says he his son "begged him to let him take his own life"
As one of the UK's best-known retailers plans to close dozens of stores, how can it stem the decline?
The high street chain has withdrawn the vases from sale after Sarah Wilton complained.
Supermarket says Tesco Direct faces high costs, will not become profitable and will be closed.
On the road with one pursuit-trained emergency response police officer.
The sugar hit in puddings, biscuits and chocolate remains high despite a crackdown.
The corn snake was curled up in the man's cereal box before it slithered into his dishwasher.
Emmanuel Elliott and Hilda Farmer parked on a street with "nice houses and some kind of greenery".
Previously twins born in the herd in the Cairngorms have been stillborn or died shortly after birth.
The watchdog is asked to investigate whether the Speaker's alleged remark broke the code of conduct.
A service has been held for the presenter, attended by friends including David Walliams and Christopher Biggins.
Police investigating the unsolved killing of a man who went missing almost three years ago find a body.
Zena Edwards also spat at two police officers and was found with a small amount of cocaine.
An expert says the animal seen around Scotland's north and west coasts should be "okay" as long as it can find food.
A woman who died seven months after the fire is among those remembered at the public inquiry.
A judge described the attack on a female supervisor at a shortbread factory as "cowardly and vicious".
The retail giant accelerates a closure programme it says is "vital for the future of M&S".