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'Public health time bomb': Half a million UK kids not immunised against measles
Inaccurate and misleading anti-vaccination messages on social media are leading to more and more children not being immunised against measles.
Sir Mo Farah denies attacking fellow athlete at Ethiopia training camp
Sir Mo Farah has denied “attacking” a fellow athlete in a hotel gym while he was on a training camp in Ethiopia earlier this year.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Jailed British mother could be freed by Iran in 'prisoner swap'
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could be released from jail as part of a prisoner swap, Iran's foreign minister has suggested.
Priest confronts politicians at Lyra McKee's funeral
A peaceful society where "every single person is valued" should be the "legacy" of murdered journalist Lyra McKee's life, her friends and family have demanded.
A sea of Harry Potter shirts as loved ones bid final farewell to Lyra
In a sea of mourners wearing black, the Harry Potter scarves and Marvel T-shirts stood out.
Teen arrested after fatal Birmingham stabbing
Police in Birmingham have launched a murder investigation after the fatal stabbing of a teenager in the Harborne area of the city.
'Wimbledon prowler' Asdrit Kapaj admits 10-year burglary spree
A burglar described as the "Wimbledon prowler" has admitted raiding 21 homes over the space of a decade.
EasyJet to stop offering nuts on flights to help keep allergy sufferers safe
EasyJet is to stop offering nuts on flights and ban passengers from eating them on-board if a fellow traveller is allergic to them.
Tories demand Theresa May sets out clearer timetable for departure
The immediate threat to Theresa May's leadership has receded after senior Conservatives decided against changing party rules to allow an early leadership challenge.
Extinction Rebellion to end London climate change protests
Extinction Rebellion will end their protests in London after claiming success in their bid to open a "space for truth-telling".