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Michael Gove has insisted his Conservative leadership hopes remain alive after finishing third in the first ballot after his campaign was rocked by cocaine admission.
Prince William, 37, shared a cute snap of him and Prince Louis for Father's Day and another picture with Prince Charles - but royal fans asked why he didn't include Charlotte or George.
Ale London Pride warmed by 2.9C in an hour, but Guinness increased by 5.1C in research carried out by physicist Helen Czerski. (Above: a thermal imaging camera was used to measure the drinks).
Alex Ferns believes his uncle, Robert Stephenson, 47, was poisoned by Chernobyl rain by working outside despite warnings. All the other men who worked with him died from cancer before age 50.
More than 150 campaigners gathered in protest against the hedge cutting in Thanet, Kent. Thanet Council is now under internal review and hedge cutting has been banned until October 1.
Mr Corbyn (pictured) accused the President, who had called Mr Khan a 'national disgrace' over the latest wave of London violence, of 'trying to divide at a time we need to come together'.
Lisa French, 44, told Mahmood Hussain she 'felt sorry' for his terrorist son, Hasib. His bomb killed 13 people on the number 30 bus in London on July 7, 2005.
Jason Pieterse, 22, suffered a damaged jaw and bruising all over his body after being left for dead fifty yards away from the point of impact in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Despite eventually connecting with her father, rocker Liam Gallagher, Molly Moorish has admitted she is more than happy to have had nothing to do with him for the first 19 years of her life.
John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown battled snow, fog and mechanical failures to make the trip from Canada to Ireland, landing on June 15, 1919 and collecting a £10,000 Daily Mail aviation prize.
The world's longest-preserved steam engine has returned to Whitstable today 189 years after it first arrived. The six-tonne Invicta was carried over the rooftops by a crane in a £70,000 relocation.
Officers tried to stop a Land Rover Discovery that was being 'driven erratically' on Wood End Road in Erdington, pictured, when the vehicle collided with another police car that was passing by.
Tory rivals have slammed the front runner for his 'submarine' campaign strategy, jibing that no-one 'knows what he believes'.
Mairead Sheehan, 26, from Salisbury, fell in love with Greggs' Vegan sausage roll and is now on a mission to visit all of the branches in the country to find the best one ever.
Kerry Stephenson, 51, passed away at a hospice in Hull after bravely battling breast, bone and liver cancers for four years, determined to live on for her children.
Nicholas Rhoades, 50, from Wallington, London, who has been longing to find his family but was too scared to make the first move is reunited with his mother and sister in ITV's Long Lost Family.
There were just 98 puppy registrations for Old English Sheepdogs in the first quarter of this year, according to the Kennel Club. The breed has been placed on an 'At Watch' list.
MailOnline Travel's James Murphy checked into Sister City, which opened in Manhattan this Spring. The hotel was inspired by 'the functional perfection of Finnish saunas and Japanese bento boxes'.
BA's codeshare partner AA is the world's biggest carrier, but does it have a business class with quality to match the scale? Ted Thornhill investigates on return flights from Heathrow to the U.S.
Piers Morgan attacked Amanda Knox for returning to Italy for the first time she was cleared of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher in 2007 to attend a criminal justice festival.