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Helicopter pilot killed in Buckinghamshire mid-air crash named as Captain Mike Green
One of the four people killed after a mid-air collision between a plane and a helicopter has been named as Captain Mike Green.
Hundreds join search for Gaia Pope in countryside
Hundreds of people have joined the search for missing teenager Gaia Pope, scouring countryside and coastline in Dorset.
Andy Murray splits from coach Lendl - again
Andy Murray has split from his coach Ivan Lendl for the second time.
Richard Leonard voted in as Scottish Labour leader
Richard Leonard has been voted as the new leader of Scottish Labour as Kezia Dugdale enters the I'm A Celebrity jungle.
Gritsy Bitsy and David Plowie show true grit to triumph in naming contest
Doncaster Council's two new gritting lorries have been named after an "incredibly tight" public poll attracted more than 40,000 votes.
Chancellor may tax takeaways in an attempt to cut plastic waste
The Government will use next week's Budget to launch a consultation into whether taxes could be used to limit our use of plastic packaging.
Gerry Adams: The Belfast barman who became the face of Irish republicanism
On Saturday night, Gerry Adams is making a "historic and significant" speech to delegates at Sinn Fein's annual conference in Dublin.
Calls for more trees as planting figures hit 46-year low
Britain's ancient woodlands are under threat as the rate of tree planting fails to keep up with the number being ripped up by developers.
Fears lessons of deadly 1987 King's Cross fire have been 'forgotten'
Every year, about 100 million journeys begin and end at King's Cross Tube station.
Irish PM Leo Varadkar: Britain asking for too much in Brexit negotiations
Ireland's Prime Minister has told Sky News that Britain is asking for too much in its divorce talks with the European Union.