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Albemarle & Bond and Herbert Brown stores have closed their doors, but a helpline is unanswered.
These are the finalists of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019.
Owen Carey told staff he had a dairy allergy but was not told it contained buttermilk, a coroner rules.
A resurgent Tyson Fury might have one eye on a Deontay Wilder rematch but he cannot afford a slip-up against underdog Otto Wallin in Vegas on Saturday.
A judge says he won't be freed ahead of his extradition hearing because of his "history of absconding".
England's Jofra Archer removes Australia's David Warner on review for just five in the final Ashes Test at The Oval.
England's Jos Buttler is bowled by Australia's Pat Cummins to leave the hosts 294-9 on day two of the final Ashes Test at The Oval.
We look at the psychology behind the superstition.
What are the plans to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Brexit?
The Little Mix star speaks out about online bullying and viewers agree "it can't go on".
Most metro lines are not running amid union resistance to President Macon's reform plans.
How picking your own pay has become the latest employment perk.
The YouTuber says he chose to donate to the Anti Defamation League because he was advised to.
From "hell yes" to "have a record player on" - the White House hopefuls' most memorable lines.
The Times says the party has agreed to drop its objections to regulatory checks in the Irish Sea.
Your morning briefing for 13 September 2019.
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford says manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's playing past means he understands his squad in a way Jose Mourinho perhaps could not.
The singer says she told Warner Music UK an industry figure had sexually assaulted her.
The increase comes despite a major government effort to tackle domestic violence.
The image of one man in the way of a column of tanks has become a symbol of peaceful resistance.