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During his trial, Alex Davies was described as "probably the biggest Nazi of the lot".
Buckingham Palace says the visit, ahead of the line's opening on 24 May, is a "happy development".
Team GB boxer and mother-of-three Charley Davison shares her remarkable story of taking a seven-year break from the sport to eyeing a second Olympics.
The unemployment rate falls to its lowest level for nearly 50 years between January and March.
A 48-year-old man is arrested over a dog attack which killed a young boy in Rochdale.
Fuel poverty charity warns that low income households will wait longest for £150 council tax rebate.
The deal to buy Twitter can't "move forward" without proof of spam account numbers, Mr Musk says.
Dan hosted his final edition of BBC Breakfast this morning, six years after joining the programme.
She was well known for writing and creating the ITV series Fat Friends, which starred James Corden.
England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison will step down in June.
The thieves stole a watch and mobile phone before the victim drove into them in his convertible.
Another person in the UK has been diagnosed with monkeypox - but what is the virus and how dangerous is it?
Granit Xhaka says Arsenal "don't deserve to play in the Champions League" following their 2-0 defeat by Newcastle United in the Premier League.
Is Emma Raducanu's approach to coaching "brutal" or is doing "some pretty wacky things" going to pay off in the long run?
Hull's Roy Gelder had not seen John Peach since the pair parted at the end of World War Two.
Ewan Bowlby, 27, was diagnosed with a brain tumour but plans to get married and start a family.
This week's MOTD Top 10 features the best Premier League players from around the world. Could keeping one of those players, Son Heung-min, be the key to Tottenham winning trophies?
How addiction support in a corner of north-west England caught the eye of the government's senior drug advisor.
Nearly 80% of those who took part in a government survey said they wanted at least one son in their lifetime.
Under the new rules more travel will be permitted to the island and visa processing will speed-up.