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British Airways passenger has 'worst honeymoon ever' amid IT chaos
Melanie Ware and her newlywed husband were on their way to Venice on Saturday night when they landed at Heathrow on what was supposed to be a layover. They still haven't left.
British Airways resumes some flights but delays are expected
Flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports have resumed after a massive IT failure caused chaos, but passengers face further delays and cancellations.
Terror suspects arrested in Manchester amid more raids
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Old Trafford and a 19-year-old detained in Gorton on suspicion of terror offences, Greater Manchester Police has said.
Manchester bomb victim: 'It felt like fire in my back'
A mother and daughter who were wounded in the Manchester bombing have told Sky News how they thought they were going to die in the blast.
Man,35, shot dead in front of his son in Bangor supermarket car park
A 35-year-old man was shot dead in front of his young son in a supermarket car park in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
May and Corbyn to face live TV audience in 'Battle for Number 10'
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are to face their first grilling by a live TV studio audience this election campaign on Monday evening.
Emily Drouet's parents criticise university over daughter's suicide
The family of a student who took her own life after suffering abuse says she might be alive today if the University of Aberdeen had offered a "basic duty of care".
Claims of splits in May's team dismissed as 'tittle tattle'
Reports of splits in Theresa May's team ahead of the General Election have been dismissed by a senior Cabinet minister.
Diane Abbott distances herself from 1980s quote in support of IRA
Diane Abbott has distanced herself from comments she made apparently in support of the IRA in the 1980s, saying: "I don't have the same hairstyle, I don't have the same views."
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson dismisses party's poll dip
Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson has dismissed the party's fall in support in opinion polls as something that "always happens" in election campaigns.