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The former world number one tennis player has announced he will give up the game this year.

Andy Murray thanks mum Judy after announcing retirement

Andy Murray thanked his mum Judy for her support on a ‘tough day’ after announcing his retirement from tennis.

The three-time grand slam winner said that Wimbledon would be his last tournament – if he’s able to compete.

Murray has struggled with a hip injury for almost two years, leaving him in chronic pain and requiring surgery last January.

Britons feared dead in Cuba bus crash

British tourists are feared to have been killed in a bus crash in Cuba that left seven dead and five in a critical condition.

Eighteen Cubans and 22 tourists from the UK, the Netherlands, France, Mexico and Canada were on the bus when it crashed in wet conditions between the eastern cities of Baracoa and Guantanamo.

The names and the nationalities have not been officially released.

Tribute pour in for BBC weather presenter who died aged 51

The mother-of-two had been suffering from cancer.

Tributes have been paid to BBC Weather presenter Dianne Oxberry following her death aged 51.

The mother-of-two died of cancer just weeks after she was last on air.

Broadcasters Dan Walker, Simon Mayo and Jane Garvey were among those who paid tribute to the “amazing” Oxberry.

‘Spectacularly bad’ panto offers refunds to all customers

Customers who paid to see a pantomime at a venue in Wiltshire have all been offered refunds because the performance was ‘so spectacularly bad’.

The performance of Jack and the Beanstalk at a community centre in Chippenham was advertised using pictures from a previous production and advertised as having a ‘sparkling set and glittering costumes’.

But panto-goers were disappointed to discover that there were only three actors in the performance who appeared to have been brought in at the last minute.