Heir to throne says he was unaware Peter Ball admitted guilt two decades earlier in 1993
One life milestone in the morning and one in the afternoon for Romanian couple who fell in love in Exeter
Naturalist encourages people to forget political woes and take part in mass conservation project
Dexter Bristol, who died of heart failure earlier this year, was under 'extreme stress' and hadn't visited his GP since August 2016 due to issues with his uncertain immigration status, court hears
Victim left with fractured eye socket, broken nose and severe internal bleeding brought High Court challenge against closure of 37 police stations in London
The shop assistant hacked married father-of-seven Seyed Khan to death before putting his body in a shopping trolley and dumping it in Ilford Cemetry
Labour's Sir Kevin Barron has called for 'openness' amid concerns over transparency in Westminster
30mm of rain expected to fall in space of an hour as yellow warning for thunderstorms is extended across London, south of England and East Midlands
Top doctor warns more patients will spend time in pain with potential deterioration of their condition
Investigators 'are sure' Russians were behind attempted assassination of former spy
'The plastic pollution crisis makes it more crucial than ever that the Government, manufacturers and supermarkets do the best they can to banish plastic that cannot be recycled and promote the use of less damaging packaging'
Exclusive: 'Nationally commissioned employment and skills services have failed to work with them, and have failed to support people who face the greatest barriers to work'
Administrators 'being asked to perform roles that they are not used to under very difficult circumstances', says Nick Hurd
Baby deaths decreased overall but larger drop in birth rates means proportionally fewer are surviving