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Court rejects Alfie Evans appeal as hospital trust speaks of staff being 'abused'
Judges have thrown out appeals made by the parents of terminally ill Alfie Evans to allow him to be taken to Italy for treatment.
Judge warns of 'darker side' to Alfie Evans support as police issue warning
A senior judge in the case of terminally ill Alfie Evans has spoken of a "darker side" to some offers of support to the boy's distressed family.
Timeline: The fight to keep Alfie Evans alive
Iranian-British academic Abbas Edalat detained in Iran
An Iranian-British academic has been arrested in Iran by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), a human rights group has said.
Confusion as Home Office denies 'internal deportation target'
The Home Office has been hit by more confusion about its immigration policy after a row over deportation "targets".
Mum Michelle Pearson told all her four children died in December fire
A mother who suffered horrific burns in a house fire in December has recently been told that none of her four children survived.
Royal baby: Prince William jokes about 'strong name' after new son's birth
The Duke of Cambridge has joked that "Jerry is a strong name" as the world awaits an official announcement on what his newborn baby is called.
TSB digital platforms back but gremlins remain after IT disaster
TSB's internet banking is operating at about 50% capacity despite the bank's boss saying earlier that the service was "up and running".
Why TSB's troubles are a cautionary tale for British banks
A reputation can take a long time to build but can disappear in a flash.
Arsene Wenger suggests Arsenal departure timing 'not my decision'
Arsene Wenger has suggested the timing of his departure from Arsenal this summer was not his decision.