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An armed policeman on the beach in Sousse following the terrorist attack, as the Foreign Office has been urged to relax its advice, warning against all but essential travel to the North African country

Tunisia terror attack victims' families raise concerns over warnings

Alan Rickman died on January 14

Alan Rickman leaves estate worth more than £4m

Administrators are considering several bids for collapsed department store chain BHS

Dominic Chappell 'took a bit of a punt' in BHS purchase

More than £6.7 million of the almost £12 million reported to the Electoral Commission between January and March went to the Tories

Tories take more than half of donations to political parties

Friends actor Matt LeBlanc with Chris Evans and The Stig (BBC/PA)

Chris Evans 'relieved' Top Gun pilot threw up during Top Gear challenge

One of the men, who is in his 30s and took a legal high called Clockwork Orange, is in a life-threatening condition in hospital

Man fights for life after taking legal high

An injunction barring publication of names remains pending a Court of Appeal hearing

Judges to consider new privacy battle involving public figure

Jamie Vardy married Rebekah Nicholson at a lavish ceremony in Cheshire

Soccer and showbiz stars turn out for Jamie Vardy's big match

Bus driver Kevin Jones said he went to work after winning millions because people depended on him for their morning commute

Bus driver went to work morning after winning lottery millions

The 55-year-old suspect was held at Chichester Marina in West Sussex

Briton held at UK marina in Spanish murder investigation

Latest courts news

'No evidence' Liam Fee accused assaulted toddler

A study led by Coventry University recommended setting up "firearms focal points" to collect and share weapons and ballistics evidence

Call for Europe-wide evidence-sharing to target gun crime and terror

Kevin Hyland says modern slavery demands a similar response to other serious crimes

UK police must 'up their game', says anti-slavery commissioner

The woman won the right to challenge the decision

Woman aiming to use dead daughter's eggs to have child 'would fulfil dying wish'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for more than three years

Sweden refuses to revoke Assange arrest warrant

Police arrested a 17-year-old after appealing for information

Youth arrested after teenagers burned in 'acid' attack at station

Jamie Bell has reportedly held informal chats with producers about replacing Daniel Craig when he steps down as James Bond

Jamie Bell 'joins race to be next James Bond'

The regulator said Royal Mail had been under "significant financial pressure" after years of falling letter volumes

Ofcom decides against price controls for Royal Mail

Tranquility Saloon, a shed owned by Alistair Baranowski in Aberdeenshire, which has been shortlisted in the Pub and Entertainment category in the Shed of the Year competition (Cuprinol/PA)

Millennium Falcon and Wild West saloon among 32 vying to be Shed of the Year

Alex Chesterman welcomed "a particularly strong performance in our comparison services division"

Zoopla profits increase 58% after uSwitch acquisition

Steve Rowe pledged to restore the fortunes of Marks & Spencer's general merchandise division

M&S chief warns over profits in price-cutting turnaround plan

Tata has identified short-listed bidders, but they need to be evaluated.

Tata to consider bids for UK steel business but process ongoing

The respected think-tank said a vote to Leave could see public finances take a 20 billion to 40 billion pound hit in 2019/20

World Trade Organisation adds new warning on economic cost of Brexit

An NHS doctor is thought to have joined Islamic State

Sister's dismay at NHS doctor who left family to join Islamic State in Syria

David Cameron will be hoping for support from world leaders

G7 believes Brexit would be threat to economic growth, says David Cameron

Ministers cited evidence suggesting fewer than 60% of consumers reported being able to switch as quickly as they would like to

Plans for standard one-week switching across consumer services

Boogie Storm had made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent (Syco/ITV)

Britain's Got Talent judges feel the force as dancing stormtroopers reach final

The Lords report said successive UK governments have taken the Union between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 'for granted'

Peers warn Union 'under threat' after 'piecemeal' devolution

Experts say more research is needed into the risks and benefits of e-cigarettes, as figures show more people have been trying them

More people try e-cigarettes, as experts warn 'research urgently needed'

Researchers have called for tighter curbs on car exhausts and industrial waste emissions to reduce the risk of air pollutants

Air pollution could increase stillbirth risk, study suggests

HMRC misjudged the overall impact of its complex transition and shed too many customer service staff before completing service changes, the NAO said

HMRC service quality 'collapsed' after 'badly wrong' timing of staff cuts

Theresa May called for more diversity in fire crews

Theresa May criticises lack of diversity in fire and rescue crews

Jean-Louis Cayrou denies murdering Patricia Wilson, who vanished from her home in south-west France in August 2012

Jury shown crime scene images in trial of gardener accused of Briton's murder

Mayka Kukucova in court in Malaga, Spain, where she is accused of killing her former partner, British millionaire Andrew Bush

Model accused of murdering millionaire breaks down as court shown body photos

Jennie Gray said she feared her partner would be blamed

Ellie Butler's mother admits lying about her death 'to protect an innocent man'

Boogie Storm had made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent (Syco/ITV)

Britain's Got Talent judges feel the force as dancing stormtroopers reach final

Google's Paris office was raided

Google search: Paris office raided in 'tax fraud and money laundering' probe

Actor Burt Kwouk, who has died aged 85

Pink Panther actor Burt Kwouk dies aged 85

Tony Blair stressed that IS had to be tackled before it could make further inroads in Libya

Tony Blair in admission over Iraq as he calls for 'proper ground war' against IS

Eddie Izzard and Daniel Hannan took differing views on the EU referendum

Eddie Izzard urges voters to keep faith with EU in university debate

Steve Hilton criticised the "pretty unattractive" dismissal of Jeremy Corbyn by fellow Westminster politicians and the media

Cameron's ex-policy chief Steve Hilton 'excited' by Jeremy Corbyn election

Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson of band Five

Alesha Dixon and Five pull out of Brexit gig but East 17 may stay another day

Leicester City's Jamie Vardy and fiancee Rebekah Nicholson

Big match for Jamie Vardy but honeymoon must wait for Euro 2016-bound striker

100,000 people should receive weight-loss surgery to try and halt the rise of diabetes, experts have said

Weight-loss surgery 'cost-effective option' in fight against Type 2 diabetes

The children's department at Birmingham City Council has been called a "national disgrace"

Children's services at Birmingham City Council to be run by voluntary trust

A graffiti mural of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson

Donald Trump and Boris Johnson pictured in passionate artwork embrace

The Prince of Wales meeting Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster at Hillsborough Castle in County Down.

Prince Charles has private meetings with Northern Ireland political leaders

A quarter of a million UK football fans are expected to travel to Euro 2016 without match tickets

Police expect quarter of a million ticketless UK football fans at Euro 2016

Twitter is adapting to give users more space to express their views

Twitter gives users more leeway with their 140 characters


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