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Charlie Gard's parents head back to court
The parents of Charlie Gard will return to the High Court later today to request permission to take him home to die.
Charlie Gard case: US father says Professor Michio Hirano's experimental treatment 'saved my son'
The father of a boy with a similar condition to Charlie Gard has defended the US doctor who offered to treat him.
Marvyn Iheanacho jailed for life after murdering girlfriend's son over lost shoe
A man who battered his girlfriend's five-year-old son to death for losing a trainer has been jailed for life.
NHS England vacancies rise by 10% in a year
There were 86,055 advertised full-time vacancies in the NHS in the first quarter of 2017 compared with 78,112 in the same period last year, new figures from NHS Digital show.
Highway Code stopping distances 'woefully' wrong
The Highway Code's stopping distances for drivers are "woefully short", according to road safety campaigners.
Boris Johnson: Voters don't want 'political kerfuffle' of new PM
Boris Johnson has dismissed talk of a leadership bid, claiming British voters "see no need for any more political kerfuffle".
Leaseholds could be banned for new houses
Leaseholds on new-build houses could be banned under Government proposals aimed at preventing homeowners being left with unfair fees.
Grocery price inflation eases as hot spell boosts supermarket sales
Grocery price rises are no longer spiralling upwards one year on from the Brexit vote, industry data suggests.
Corrie McKeague's mother criticises 'ridiculous' decision to halt search
The mother of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has said she is considering taking out an injunction to stop police filling in a landfill site where they have been searching for her son's body.
Post-Brexit trade deals 'may lower UK animal welfare standards'
The row over chlorinated chicken is set to intensify with a warning that cheap imported food could threaten farm animal welfare standards after Brexit.