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The sister of the mother-of-three speaks out after killer is sentenced to a minimum of 22 years.
The poets are not part of a new GCSE poetry anthology drawn up by an exam board.
Trent Boult rips through England's top three removing Alex Lees, Zak Crawley and Ollie Pope on the second day of the third Test at Headingley.
The prince also tells Commonwealth leaders that it is up to nations whether they choose to remain monarchies.
Dave Skipper says he returned to studying after seeing a young friend struggle with the exam.
The Tories and PM Boris Johnson are dealt a major blow as the Lib Dems and Labour win two seats.
Sir Jonathan Van-Tam is asked if he's changed his habits, as Covid-19 cases in the UK continue to rise.
The increase, with an estimated one in 35 people testing positive, is being driven by newer variants.
The Ukrainian President delivered a message to festivalgoers, as the Libertines kicked off the music.
Party leader Ed Davey unveils a blue door in the Devon constituency his party just won.
DCI Neil Hibberd helped investigate the murder of David Tebbutt and the kidnap of his wife Jude.
British number one Emma Raducanu is drawn against Belgium's Alison van Uytvanck in the Wimbledon first round.
Comedian Chris McCausland reveals the secrets of playing the Have I Got News For You picture round.
How a mother once accused of murdering her son helped bring his killer to justice.
The Labour leader says voters in the city's by-election saw a party "united and focused".
The DP World Tour issues a £100,000 fine to players who competed in June's LIV Golf event and bans them from the Scottish Open.
A Japanese worker lost a USB stick containing the data of 460,000 people during a night out.
Nick Barton is paid £595,000 as boss of Birmingham Airport where passengers have found major delays.
New photos from Hull show how much of a problem the beauty products are still causing in sewers.