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Updated: 3 hours 56 min ago
The attack on a Fermanagh businessman is condemned at Masses, as a fresh search is carried out.
The government says it is investigating after claims against the PM are made by a newspaper.
The ginger cat Garfield, dubbed "Mr Sainsbury's", was "a pet to all", a cathedral service is told.
The government will fly UK holidaymakers home if the firm collapses, the foreign secretary says.
Party members vote to commit to integrate private schools into the state sector.
The Labour leader is coming under pressure to signal his opposition to leaving the EU "once and for all".
More than 16 miles (27 km) of streets in central London have been closed to traffic.
Thomas Cook customers in Tunisia say a hotel is demanding extra fees before letting them leave.
The yearlings stopped traffic on both carriageways of the M23 near Crawley and Gatwick Airport.
England's World Cup campaign gets off to a spluttering 35-3 victory against unfancied Tonga in Sapporo.
But the foreign secretary says he will not "take levers off the table" for future action.
The fire broke out before 08:45 BST and smoke was visible over much of central London.
More than 730 people take part in a North Sea skinny dip to raise money for charity.
Labour 'will have a special conference' to decide its stance on Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn says.
Richard Fice was killed in an IRA attack on a Royal Marines barracks in Kent 30 years ago.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says that people will be taken care of if Thomas Cook collapses.
A group who presented themselves as Afghan and Iranian nationals are now with immigration officials.
Sam Smith asked fans to use they/them but history shows these pronouns aren't new in language.
When Parliament was prorogued a Bill to scrap business rates for public loos in England and Wales stalled.
First minister will tell Labour conference the bonds of the four nations are being "torn apart".