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The ex-paratrooper is facing two counts of murder and five of attempted murder on Sunday, 30 January 1972.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he is shocked at an alleged breach of betting rules by assistant Rob Howley.
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos are rated on their style in Best Dressed Ballers.
Your morning briefing for 18 September 2019.
Attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities are an attack on the "whole world" the country says.
Campaigners say the technology is inaccurate, intrusive and infringes on an individual's right to privacy.
After 11 seasons in the US, RuPaul's Drag Race is relocating to the UK.
The death of Chuang Chuang, who was famous for efforts to stimulate his sex drive, has caused anger.
The TV series produced by the US e-commerce giant has been tipped to be the most expensive ever made.
Research suggests Russell Group graduates are more likely to walk straight into a job.
Reducing teachers' hours in England is likely to be difficult and may require "radical action", says study.
The historic private school is to teach A-levels over the internet for £15,000 per year.
Lawyers will continue their arguments over the legality of the suspension of Parliament.
Nicole Jacobs says she is "relieved" the PM has pledged to re-introduce a new law on domestic abuse.
What can we do to meet the demands of our increasingly technology-dependent lives?
Eleven judges must decide whether advice Boris Johnson gave to the Queen about prorogation was lawful.
Meet the Scottish Water scientists who are the aficionados of our tap water.
Three years on, how is a project aimed at transforming the health of people in Fleetwood faring?
Five years on from the independence referendum, how have things changed in Scotland?
Keith Cornican travels far and wide recovering drowning victims' bodies, spurred by personal tragedy.