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Young fan greets Harry with hug

Prince Harry was won over by a young boy who greeted him with a hug at an awards ceremony to recognise the courage of seriously ill children and their families.

Judy Murray 'struggles' in Strictly

Judy Murray has said she is "struggling" to let her Strictly Come Dancing partner Anton Du Beke take control on the dance floor.

Search to resume for missing man

A search for a man believed to have disappeared in the sea after attempting to save his dog will resume this morning.

Army in 'biggest laser quest game'

Thousands of soldiers have begun the world's biggest game of laser quest as they take part in a simulated battle.

Stephen's cancer signs ignored: Mum

The mother of "bucket list" cancer patient Stephen Sutton has said signs of her son's illness were "ignored".

Phones 4u to axe 1,700 jobs

Beleaguered mobile phone retailer Phones 4u is to close 362 stores, with the loss of nearly 1,700 jobs, administrators have said.

Child early development 'failing'

Half of children have not attained their expected level of development when they move on from reception to their first year of school, new figures suggest.

Beaten Salmond in Holyrood return

Alex Salmond will return to Holyrood today for the first time since his bid for Scottish independence failed.

Cameron to meet Iran president

David Cameron is to meet the president of Iran to urge him to join an international effort to tackle the Islamic State (IS) terror group and drop his country's support for the Assad regime in Syria.

Miliband: 10 years to a new Britain

Ed Miliband is expected to pledge more funding to bolster the health service today as he unveils a 10-year plan to rebuild Britain.

Lorraine's concern over thin stars

TV star Lorraine Kelly has voiced concern about the thin appearance of today's celebrities and the pressure on young girls to look like them.

Connolly warns PM over pledges

Comedy star Billy Connolly says there will be "hell to pay" if David Cameron doesn't honour concessions made to Scotland over last week's independence referendum.

Cut sugary drinks and TV, says Nice

People should be told to limit their time in front of the TV and cut out sugary drinks to stave off obesity, health officials have said.

Racism 'will die out one day'

Racist views will eventually be seen as "nonsense" and die out, according to actor and musician Andre Benjamin.

Young fan greets Harry with hug

Prince Harry was won over by a young boy who greeted him with a passionate hug at an awards ceremony to recognise the courage of seriously ill children and their families.

Mum tells of girl shooting horror

An anguished mother tonight spoke of the horrifying moment she saw her estranged partner shoot dead their seven-year-old daughter on her doorstep.

Killer bids to claim estate

A man who stabbed to death his girlfriend and their six-year-old son has told a court that he wants to inherit the estate of his partner so he can rebuild his life.

Breaking Bad 'inspired murder bid'

A lovestruck graphic designer tried to kill her magistrate mother by lacing her Diet Coke with lethal poison in a murder plot inspired by TV series Breaking Bad, a court has heard.

Search for missing Alice continues

Specialist teams are continuing a painstaking search of shallow waterways and riverbanks in the hunt for missing 14-year-old Alice Gross and a convicted murderer who is the prime suspect in her disappearance.

Miliband envisages 'world class' UK

Ed Miliband will bid to neutralise the Conservatives' austerity message by warning voters that Britain is so damaged it will take Labour a decade to fix it.

Stephen's cancer signs ignored: Mum

The mother of "bucket list" cancer patient Stephen Sutton has said signs of her son's illness were "ignored".

Hague 'English votes' talks offer

William Hague has held out the prospect of talks with Labour on reform of the way MPs at Westminster vote in the wake of the Scottish referendum.

Turmoil over Tesco profits claim

Tesco has been plunged into fresh turmoil following the suspension of four UK executives while it investigates a £250 million over-statement of profits.

Connolly warns PM over pledges

Comedy star Billy Connolly says there will be "hell to pay" if David Cameron doesn't honour concessions made to Scotland over last week's independence referendum.

Connolly hails child co-stars

Billy Connolly and Rosamund Pike stepped into London's Leicester Square tonight for the premiere of What We Did On Our Holiday.

Downton opens with smaller audience

Downton Abbey drew its lowest audience for the launch of a series for four years when it returned to TV last night.

£4.5m Lotto win for roadsweeper

A roadsweeper scooped £4.5 million on the Lotto - then went to work because he didn't believe he had won.

Blair: Don't rule out ground troops

The UK and other Western powers should be prepared to commit ground troops to fight against extremists like Islamic State (IS), former prime minister Tony Blair has said.

Immigrant clings to school bus axle

A head teacher has condemned Government border controls after an illegal immigrant managed to hitch a 200-mile ride to the UK clinging to the underside of a school coach.

Chef Oliver considers tattoo

Jamie Oliver is considering a tattoo with the slogan "Made In Essex" to mark his 40th birthday.

Keith to present rural life series

To The Manor Born star Penelope Keith has signed up to present a new documentary series about c ountry life.

Bawdy Bake Off banter defended

The Great British Bake Off's Sue Perkins has laughed off complaints about her saucy presenting style after viewers protested a bout "the constant smutty remarks" on the hit show.

RMT union elects new leader

The man who served as deputy to rail union leader Bob Crow for 12 years has been elected his successor following the sudden death of the union legend earlier this year.

Anti-cancer drug to go on Welsh NHS

Chemotherapy drug Abraxane will be available on the Welsh NHS for pancreatic cancer sufferers, ministers have announced.

Boys could be given anti-cancer jab

Offering teenage boys a vaccination which is currently only given to girls to protect against some types of cancer could come a step closer today as scientific experts meet to discuss the prospect.

Balls apology for Labour 'mistakes'

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls has apologised for "mistakes" made by the previous Labour government, saying it is important to explain how the party will do things differently in future.

Pink Floyd launch new album

Pink Floyd have launched their first new album for more than two decades by simultaneously unveiling the artwork in locations around the world.

Holden makes This Morning debut

Amanda Holden has admitted she suffered first-day nerves as she began her new role as a presenter on ITV's This Morning.

Shot Libya Briton 'in wrong place'

A British man who was shot dead with his girlfriend on a beach in Libya was in the wrong place at the wrong time, a coroner said today.

Thai victim 'was trying to help'

The father of a British man murdered in Thailand believes his son had stepped in to help his fellow victim when they were both brutally killed on an island.

13 'ran from lorry on motorway'

Thirteen suspected illegal immigrants have been detained after being spotted running from the back of a lorry on a busy motorway.

EE to buy 58 Phones 4u stores

Network operator EE is to buy 58 Phones 4u stores in a deal saving more than 350 jobs at the collapsed mobile phone retailer.

Italy and Ibiza are travel hotspots

Italy and Ibiza were among the top holiday spots for Britons this summer but bookings to Brazil were down due to high prices sparked by the football World Cup.

School defends offering STI tests

A school has defended offering pupils tests for sexually transmitted infections (STI) during lessons.

DLT jury continues deliberations

Jurors in the trial of former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis, who is accused of indecently assaulting two women and sexually assaulting a third, have retired to deliberate their verdicts for a third day.

'Life tougher' for British families

Politicians need to do more to help children and parents, a charity has said as a survey found almost half of Britons said family life had become harder over the last 30 years.

Call to diagnose cancer earlier

Almost half of cancers diagnosed in England are detected at an advanced stage when treatment is less likely to be successful, according to a report.

Teenager on trial for murder of ex

A teenager is due to go on trial for the murder of his pregnant ex-girlfriend .

Hate crime victims 'know abusers'

More than a third of hate crime victims know the people who are abusing them, a study has found.

Wilfred Owen school records online

A snapshot of war poet Wilfred Owen's school life is revealed in newly published records.

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