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'She was unique': Lucy McHugh's mother on her murder
The mother of murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh has vowed to never let her memory die as she described the pain of losing her daughter.
13 people killed as flash flooding hits Aude, southwest France
At least 13 people have been killed in flash floods in the southwest of France, local officials say.
Jamie Carragher: England's win over Spain as good as Germany in 2001
Jamie Carragher compared England's 3-2 victory over Spain to their 5-1 win over Germany in 2001 and said they are now "playing like the world's top teams".
Blogger detained for 'being disrespectful to Chinese national anthem'
A blogger in China was detained for five days for "being disrespectful to the national anthem", Shanghai police said.
PM meets her cabinet as the European Council prepares to discuss Brexit
Vital meetings are being held on both sides of the Channel today which could help decide if a Brexit deal can be reached in the next few weeks.
Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller set to challenge for WBA 'regular' title this year, says promoter Dmitry Salita
Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller is closing in on a WBA 'regular' title fight this year and Anthony Joshua would be welcome to watch from ringside, says promoter Dmitry Salita.
British student Matthew Hedges charged with spying in United Arab Emirates
British student Matthew Hedges has been charged with spying "for a foreign state" in the United Arab Emirates.
Boris Johnson urges Theresa May to 'stand up to EU bullies'
Boris Johnson is demanding a show of defiance from Theresa May after Brexit talks collapsed amid further clashes over the future of the Irish border.
Chancellor would have to spend at least £19bn to 'end austerity' - IFS
The only way the chancellor can end austerity is to borrow substantial sums or raise Britain's tax burden to the highest level for nearly 70 years, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned.
Lizzy Yarnold, Great Britain's most decorated Winter Olympian, retires from skeleton
Lizzy Yarnold, Great Britain's most decorated Winter Olympian, has retired from skeleton eight months after winning her second Olympic gold in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Sky Sports and NBA announce four-year broadcast and digital partnership
Sky Sports will become the home of the NBA in the UK after announcing a new four-year broadcast and multi-platform partnership.
Fracking for shale gas begins in Lancashire amid protests
Fracking for shale gas is under way in Lancashire amid protests against the controversial process.
Kanye West gives Ugandan leader pair of trainers on trip to east African country
US celebrity couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have given the Ugandan leader a pair of white trainers as they visited his country to promote tourism.