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Paul Burrell, has sold his shop in the Cheshire village of Farndon for £550,000 - having knocked £50,000 from the price tag, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.
UK authorities are said to have struck a deal to share intelligence with their Libyan counterparts in order to get their hands on Hashem Abedi (pictured) who will appear in court in London today.
Sir John Major decided ministers should be seen buying tickets to publicise the launch of the prize in November 1994.
The deadliest form of skin cancer - melanoma - has risen drastically since 2004, figures released by Cancer Research UK show.
Female patients are being failed by a sexist bias in the health system that means they are more likely to die in such instances than men, MPs have found.
The new rules are meant to stop people feeling pressured to get as many likes as possible. When users upload a photo they will still be able to see how many likes they get - but no-one else will know.
The subterranean fortress near Corsham, Wiltshire, was completed just before the Cuban missile crisis in 1962. Pictured: A map showing the location of a secret underground bunker.
During his time in Downing Street, John Major fumed he was 'sick and tired' of EU rules. Newly-declassified Cabinet Office files lay bare the former prime minister's frustration at Brussels bureaucracy.
Buzz Aldrin (left) caused consternation Tuesday by failing to turn up to a reunion with crewmate Michael Collins (right) on the anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch. He took promotional pics instead.
Sir Winston was warned in 1954 that rotting timber and an infestation of wood-boring beetles were causing havoc at Downing Street. The front entrance to No 10 was among the areas particularly affected.
Top doctors argued labelling obesity as a disease could slash rates in Britain. Writing in the BMJ, they said more people may come forward for help rather than using fad diets.
ITV bosses have reportedly splashed the cash for a promo film called Two Men and a Boat to help build anticipation for the presenter's grand return.
Britain's NHS patients will be told they have cancer by text under plans to prevent treatment delays. Those with abnormal scan or X-ray results would be sent a message briefly outlining concerns.
Roderick Bevan, from Grantham, Lincolnshire, was not told that he had a tumour in his lung until it was too late for treatment. He was the great-nephew of former health minister Nye Bevan.
Bernadette Wren, head of clinical psychology at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust which runs the service in London, warned of a major increase in the trend.
Queensland scientists claim they have conclusive evidence that there is no link between caffeine and cancer.
Documents include a description of Bill Clinton's 'chaotic' administration from 1994, written by ambassdor Sir Robin Renwick. The memo noted sexual harassment claims by Paula Jones (pictured).
Refraction AI has unveiled a 5-foot-tall delivery robot dubbed REV-1 that can zip around at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour on its three wheels.
Facebook has crashed for millions of users in Australia, New Zealand and south-east Asia.
Most of Mr Johnson's advisers, including Sir Edward Lister, tipped to be his chief of staff, believe Miss Symonds should stay in the background. Pictured: how they may look on the steps of No 10.