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Ex-chancellor says he'd be willing to lead "a government of national unity" to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Samantha Ford, who killed 23-month-old Jake and Chloe, is detained in a psychiatric hospital.
England's charge through the Australia batting is halted by more rain on another wet day at Lord's.
Things didn't quite go to plan when the hungry animal tried to pilfer a snack.
Coach Eddie Jones tells England they need to be 'absolutely brutal' if they are to have a good chance of beating Wales.
Natalie Crichlow died from an infection following burns suffered in a kitchen fire, say police.
Iman Barlow and her boyfriend Stan Stannard intervened when thieves robbed a man of his watch.
She was branded "the lowest of the low" for claiming she was dying to defraud a wedding charity.
Russian crew are hailed as heroes for saving everyone aboard an Airbus jet hit by a flock of gulls.
Ownership of the Port Glasgow yard has transferred to the Scottish government in a bid to secure its future.
Rashida Tlaib said permission to see family in the West Bank was subject to "oppressive conditions".
Universities are offering incentives to persuade clearing students to join.
The new loos could include weight-sensitive floors to ensure only one user at a time.
Phong was in a life-threatening condition when he was discovered at the Port of Dover.
A 15-year-old boy is arrested while four other teenagers are released with no further action.
Mohammed Adam Oga says 14 others died as they waited to be rescued in the Mediterranean.
England's World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan says he wants to carry on as skipper - if his troublesome back allows him to do so.
The Duchess of Sussex's old TV show Suits makes a cheeky reference to her new life.
Was the president joking about buying the island? Greenland's foreign minister is warning him off.
Ten people aged between 13 and 30 have been arrested on suspicion of murder, Thames Valley Police says.