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    Man in his 20s stabbed to death in Mitcham, south London

    A murder investigation has begun after a man in his 20s was stabbed to death in south London.

  • Harry and Meghan ready to start royal married life
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    Harry and Meghan ready to start royal married life

    Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan are starting their life together as a married couple after an emotional wedding ceremony that broke new ground. The newlyweds are expected to return to normal life and bid farewell to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh after spending the night at Windsor Castle. Meghan

  • With Brexit clarity, Scotland will look again at independence - Sturgeon
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    With Brexit clarity, Scotland will look again at independence - Sturgeon

    Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday she would again consider another vote on independence for Scotland when the British government offers some certainty over Brexit. Speaking on ITV television's Peston on Sunday programme, Sturgeon also said her Scottish National Party would not

  • Royal wedding: Everything you need to know about Meghan's dress
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    Royal wedding: Everything you need to know about Meghan's dress

    After months of speculation and rumour, Meghan Markle stepped out for her wedding in a dress by British designer Clare Waight Keller. The pure white gown featured a five-metre long veil, made from silk tulle with hand-embroidered flowers from each of the 53 Commonwealth countries. The colour was chosen

  • The after-party! Harry and Meghan's evening reception
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    The after-party! Harry and Meghan's evening reception

    Newlyweds Harry and Meghan headed off to their evening party after their last public appearance of their royal wedding day. Harry drove himself and his new bride to Frogmore House in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which was originally manufactured in 1968 but has since been converted to electric

  • Meghan Markle's wedding was a rousing celebration of blackness
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    Meghan Markle's wedding was a rousing celebration of blackness

    In this case, I read it between the lines, on a sunny Saturday afternoon in Windsor, in the juxtaposition of two separate trending phrases. The place – Windsor Castle – is the oldest inhabited castle in the world. The ritual – a wedding of the Queen’s grandson – is full of arcane and ancient British

  • New MOT Rules Come Into Force Today - Here's What You Need To Know
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    New MOT Rules Come Into Force Today - Here's What You Need To Know

    A tougher and updated MOT has come into force in Britain to improve air

  • What a day! Full report on royal wedding celebrations
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    What a day! Full report on royal wedding celebrations

    Prince Harry told Meghan Markle "you look amazing" as millions of royal fans around the world watched their fairytale wedding at Windsor Castle. The happy couple smiled and held hands at the altar in the historic surrounds of St George's Chapel before exchanging vows in front of a star-studded

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    Donald Trump Burned By BBC Three Then He Spells His Wife's Name Wrong

    Donald Trump wasn't at the Royal Wedding yesterday but if he was following

  • Tougher MOT test rules come into force in Britain
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    Tougher MOT test rules come into force in Britain

    Major changes to MOT test rules in Britain have come into force making it harder for cars, vans, motorbikes and other light passenger vehicles to be passed as safe to go on the roads. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) says the shake-up has been designed to improve air quality and make roads

  • First picture of cake and wedding breakfast menu revealed
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    First picture of cake and wedding breakfast menu revealed

    Kensington Palace has released a picture of Harry and Meghan's three stunning wedding cakes. The palace also revealed the menu for the royal wedding reception, which took place at lunchtime ahead of an evening reception at which Meghan will speak. The lunchtime gathering was hosted by the Queen

  • Fasting diets may raise risk of diabetes, researchers warn
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    Fasting diets may raise risk of diabetes, researchers warn

    Popular fasting diets involve going without food for two days a week, or every other day. Photograph: Ian Hooton/Getty

  • Vote Leave faces scrutiny over £50m football contest
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    Vote Leave faces scrutiny over £50m football contest

    Entrants had to name the winner of every game in Euro 2016 – won by Portugal – to claim £50m. A data-harvesting competition that offered football fans the chance to win £50m is at the centre of new questions about pro-Brexit campaigning before the 2016 EU referendum. Last week the select committee

  • Six moments of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding you didn't hear
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    Six moments of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding you didn't hear

    The wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle will provide many wonderful memories for years to come. Sky News employed a lip-reading expert to capture a few of the moments that could not be heard as millions watched around the world. Harry's nervousness came through during his conversations with

  • New laws to tackle internet's 'wild west' to be drawn up, says Culture Secretary
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    New laws to tackle internet's 'wild west' to be drawn up, says Culture Secretary

    Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has pledged new laws to tackle the internet's "wild west" that will make Britain the "safest place in the world" to be online. Mr Hancock said: "Digital technology is overwhelmingly a force for good across the world and we must always champion

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    What will roads look like in the future?

    What will roads look like in the future?

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    Social media giants 'must protect young people'

    Social media giants warned to do more to protect young people

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    Man, 65, charged with murder of pensioner Rosina Coleman

    Rosina Coleman's body was discovered by a handyman working at her home in Ashmour Gardens, Romford, at about 11.30am on Tuesday. A post-mortem found that she died from a blunt force trauma to her head and neck. Police said Paul Prause, of Romford, who was arrested on Friday, has been charged with

  • Poor lose doctors as wealthy gain them, new figures reveal
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    Poor lose doctors as wealthy gain them, new figures reveal

    Fewer GPs are working in Britain’s deprived areas, despite government-funded incentives for new doctors to work among the poor. Fewer GPs are choosing to work in poorer areas but more are joining surgeries that look after wealthier populations, new official figures reveal. The exodus, uncovered by

  • An extraordinary event. Let’s build on it and erase racial inequality
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    An extraordinary event. Let’s build on it and erase racial inequality

    The royal wedding proved an extraordinary event, with the magisterial backdrop of St George’s Chapel the perfect setting. There were several highlights – two stand-out moments being Bishop Michael Curry’s astonishing address and the Kingdom Choir’s spine-tingling performance of Stand By Me. Curry’s

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    Chelsea win FA Cup with victory over Man United

    Chelsea have won their eighth FA Cup after a 1-0 victory over a Manchester United side managed by their former boss Jose Mourinho. The win was secured by a 22nd-minute penalty from Eden Hazard, who had been brought down in front of a packed Wembley by Phil Jones. Jones escaped with a yellow card having

  • Critically ill ‘should not be made to die away from home’
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    Critically ill ‘should not be made to die away from home’

    The report says it is ‘wholly unjust’ that, across England, more people are able to die at home in wealthier areas. One in three people who die in hospital could spend their final days at home if the government introduces and adequately funds a modern community-based health and social care system, a

  • Kirsty Young lifts a worthy BBC in battle of the wedding broadcasters
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    Kirsty Young lifts a worthy BBC in battle of the wedding broadcasters

    Kay Burley appeared to have a whale of a time on the Sky coverage. ITV’s Phillip Schofield and Julie Etchingham rightly kept it light. After Schofield, watching the gum-chewing Joss Stone, clutched rather desperately at “interestingly, as Harry’s just been confirmed as the second Duke of Sussex, the

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to become Duke and Duchess of Sussex
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    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to become Duke and Duchess of Sussex

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day. Prince Harry was also given Scottish and Northern Irish titles, becoming the Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel. A statement said: "The Queen has today been pleased to confer a Dukedom on Prince Henry

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    Whole world (and its dog) celebrates royal wedding

    Fans of the Royal Family in the UK and around the world have marked Harry and Meghan's wedding with their own celebrations. In towns from Scotland to the South West, Britons marked the happy day by setting up trestle tables and bunting and cracking out the champagne for street parties.

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