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PC Andrew Harper: Man accused of killing Berkshire police officer denies 'horrific murder'
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court and denied the "horrific murder" of PC Andrew Harper in Berkshire.
National Grid blames lightning strike as it faces Ofgem power cut investigation
National Grid is facing an investigation by Ofgem over a major power cut earlier this month - as it blamed a lightning strike for the outage.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Pink joins celebrities defending royal couple
US pop star Pink has defended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, saying Meghan is a victim of "the most public form of bullying I have seen in a while".
Square Mile: Skyscraper rules tightened over 'wall of wind' fears for cyclists
Stricter rules on the construction of new skyscrapers in London are being drawn up over concerns that a so-called "wall of wind" effect could knock over cyclists and pedestrians.
Tourette's charity attacks 'rubbish' winning joke at Fringe festival
A Tourette's syndrome charity has criticised a "rubbish" and "unsophisticated" joke that won a top award at this year's Edinburgh Festival.
Man shot dead outside petrol station in County Down
A man has been shot dead at a petrol station in County Down, Northern Ireland, Sky sources say.
Thames safety warning on 30th anniversary of Marchioness disaster
Little has been done to reduce the risk of older boats sinking on the River Thames since the Marchioness disaster 30 years ago, the Port of London Authority (PLA) has warned.
Government holding millions in student loan overpayments
The government is sitting on millions of pounds owed to ex-students who have overpaid on their student loans.
UK shoppers leave £228m of click-and-collect products unclaimed
Online shoppers short on time failed to take home around £228m worth of click-and-collect goods over the past year, according to new research.
Vitamin D in flour could stop 10 million deficiency cases and save the NHS money
Adding vitamin D to wheat flour would help reduce the incidence of heart disease, seizures, and rickets, at a cost of just 12p per person per year according to new research.