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Caroline Flack seriously let down, hounded and feared end of career – inquest

Caroline Flack seriously let down, hounded and feared end of career – inquest

The television presenter killed herself in February.

‘A glowing red cloud’: British citizens in Lebanon describe Beirut explosion

‘A glowing red cloud’: British citizens in Lebanon describe Beirut explosion

One man described the shockwaves like ‘being slapped in the face’.

Wellness doctor dispatched to Caroline Flack on eve of first court appearance

Wellness doctor dispatched to Caroline Flack on eve of first court appearance

Dr Tamsin Lewis said the former Strictly Come Dancing winner was ‘incredibly distressed’.

UK to be hotter than Caribbean as heatwave moves in

UK to be hotter than Caribbean as heatwave moves in

The Bahamas, Jamaica and Barbados may be cooler than the UK this week.

Man guilty of raping and murdering friend he was ‘trusted’ to walk home

Man guilty of raping and murdering friend he was ‘trusted’ to walk home

Wesley Streete was convicted of killing 20-year-old Keeley Bunker, hours after a night out celebrating her birthday.

Friends recall Caroline Flack’s suicide attempt night before she died

Friends recall Caroline Flack’s suicide attempt night before she died

The TV presenter was found barely conscious on the sofa of her home in Stoke Newington, north-east London, on February 14 this year.

Meghan wins High Court bid to protect friends’ identities

Meghan wins High Court bid to protect friends’ identities

The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers over an article which reproduced parts of a handwritten letter sent to her father in August 2018.

Scottish Tories need to be positive and credible alternative, says new leader

Scottish Tories need to be positive and credible alternative, says new leader

Douglas Ross has succeeded Jackson Carlaw at the helm of the party, with former leader Ruth Davidson to fill in at First Minister’s Questions.

‘I feel like you’re blaming me’, killer moaned during Keeley search

‘I feel like you’re blaming me’, killer moaned during Keeley search

Wesley Streete was convicted of murdering childhood friend Keeley Bunker.

Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said 54 cases have now been reported in the outbreak.

John Hume ‘made peace visible during darkest moments’

John Hume ‘made peace visible during darkest moments’

The Nobel laureate’s funeral service took place at St Eugene’s Cathedral in Londonderry.

Man convicted of murdering friend who ‘trusted’ him to walk her home

Man convicted of murdering friend who ‘trusted’ him to walk her home

Wesley Streete was convicted of raping and murdering 20-year-old Keeley Bunker in Tamworth.

Police release shocking footage of dog walker being hit by car and left for dead

Police release shocking footage of dog walker being hit by car and left for dead

The woman survived the incident in Great Barr, near Birmingham, but her dog was killed.

Caroline Flack ‘was seriously let down by authorities and hounded by press’

Caroline Flack ‘was seriously let down by authorities and hounded by press’

The TV presenter had been due to stand trial for assaulting her boyfriend, former tennis player and model Lewis Burton in December.

M&Co to shut 47 stores and cut 380 jobs under restructuring plan

M&Co to shut 47 stores and cut 380 jobs under restructuring plan

Chief executive Andy McGeoch said fashion retailer took a ‘huge financial hit’ after having to shut its stores in March.

Funeral of John Hume under way in Londonderry

Funeral of John Hume under way in Londonderry

Ireland’s President Michael D Higgins, Taoiseach Micheal Martin, First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill attended.

JD Sports and shareholder fined £300,000 after Footasylum takeover

JD Sports and shareholder fined £300,000 after Footasylum takeover

Bosses closed Footasylum’s Wolverhampton store without asking for the watchdog’s permission.

Duchess of Sussex wins bid to keep friends’ identities secret

Duchess of Sussex wins bid to keep friends’ identities secret

Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers over an article which reproduced parts of a handwritten letter sent to her father in August 2018.

Cinemas could be used for Scottish jury trials after Odeon test

Cinemas could be used for Scottish jury trials after Odeon test

Brian McConnachie QC said a jury was able to watch a mock trial unfold at the Fort Kinnaird complex in Edinburgh.

Two-year-old girl dies following suspected assault and neglect

Two-year-old girl dies following suspected assault and neglect

Lola James’s father said in a tribute that he would seek ‘justice’ over his daughter’s death.

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