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Metro › 33 seconds ago
A detective said his messages were 'some of the most horrific' he had ever investigated.
Metro › 20 minutes ago
Leona Goddard wrongly believed that she was not good enough for the job after she got a promotion.
Mirror Online › 25 minutes ago
Rivers could burst in south-west England and Wales today, with widespread flooding expected over the weekend. The Environment Agency has warned of travel disruption and damage to homes
Metro › 35 minutes ago
Alexander Lewis-Ranwell wrongly believed that he had discovered a group of child abusers in Exeter, Devon.
Metro › Politics › 49 minutes ago
Mark Keir was in court over allegations that he obstructed the highway during a protest against HS2.
Evening Standard › 59 minutes ago
The Duke of York could be spending a long time away from public duties due his damaged reputation and questionable judgement, a royal expert has said.
The Sun › 59 minutes ago
MORE heavy rainfall will smash large swathes of the UK today – as a fresh band of Atlantic showers sweeps into an already soaked Britain. Forecasters warn of squally downpours moving in from the south and west of the country from Thursday morning. It...
The Guardian › 2 hours ago
Duke’s decision to stand down from royal engagements reportedly came after consulting the Queen and Prince Charles
Mirror Online › 2 hours ago
Janine Schofield, 27, from Guernsey, wants to visit all branches in homage to gran and grandad who used to take her to the supermarket's cafe as a treat
Sputnik International › Opinions › 3 hours ago
The news was announced by the Swedish prosecutor on Tuesday. Deputy Chief Prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson held a press conference where she confirmed that the rape investigation has been discontinued.
The Sun › 3 hours ago
THEATRE bosses were mocked for warning audiences a hard-hitting play features actors smoking. The production, called Blank, tackles violence, neglect, drug use and suicide. An online message from London’s Donmar Warehouse warns theatregoers: “This...
BBC News › 4 hours ago
A lawyer for victims of Jeffrey Epstein says the duke should volunteer to be interviewed.
The Sun › 4 hours ago
A BRITISH co-founder of Extinction Rebellion sparked outrage yesterday after calling the Holocaust “just another f***ery in human history”. Ex-organic farmer Roger Hallam, 53, compared the Nazi murder of six ­million Jews to other massacres...
The Sun › 4 hours ago
THESE excited youngsters are counting down to Saturday when they can start collecting our Books For Schools tokens. They are pupils at Chestnuts Primary in Tottenham, North London, the 5,000th school to join our campaign. We have teamed up with...
Mirror Online › 4 hours ago
The furore over Prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein has apparently put Beatrice off having a lavish public wedding, similar to the one her sister Eugenie had
The Sun › 4 hours ago
BIG-hearted Beryl Davies has knitted up a storm over the past five years to make clothes and blankets for needy people all over the world. Beryl, 77, set up a group of fellow charity knitters and it is one of many groups up and down the land which have...
Evening Standard › 4 hours ago
The Royal Family were sucked into a "black hole" as the Duke of York became engulfed in the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal, a public relations expert has said.
Mirror Online › 4 hours ago
Pictures shows the American icon playing cards with wanted Richard Brewer, Fred Waite and Henry Brown - and it can be yours when it goes on sale
Evening Standard › 4 hours ago
Prince Andrew is stepping back from public duties following criticism over his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
BBC News › 4 hours ago
Lewis Steer and girlfriend Flora Searson explain how they set up a farming business from scratch.
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