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: Big-hitters turn up at the Bank of England for ill-timed conference on standards

: A woman who wants to divorce her husband of nearly 40 years is waiting to see whether she has won the latest round of an "extraordinarily unusual" court...

: Some of Britain's biggest stage and screen talents, from both behind and in front of the camera, will be honoured at Buckingham Palace.

: A police inspector who was found with £700,000 of drugs at his home, including a huge amount of cocaine in his washing machine, is expected to be ...

: A Royal Marine who shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan will be sentenced today for diminished responsibility manslaughter, after his murder conviction...

: Terrorists’ objective is ‘to get broader society to turn on Muslims at large’, says PM after One Nation leader calls for ban The prime minister, Malcolm...

: A multimillion-pound series of clinical trials in the UK could open up a new era of personalised treatment for pancreatic cancer, it is claimed.

: Dive teams are hoping a weather window will open on Friday to allow them to examine the wreckage of an Irish Coast Guard helicopter which crashed ...

: Schools are hiring out halls for weddings, sharing staff and setting up nurseries in attempts to raise cash, it has been suggested.

: Emma Freud has promised that Take That's Red Nose Day Carpool Karaoke appearance will be "brilliantly funny".

: Brexit will add to the strain on a civil service already struggling to cope with major projects, the National Audit Office has found.

: A 75-year-old man has become the fourth innocent victim to die following the horrifying terror attack in Westminster.

: A new festival celebrating the very best wildlife film and photography gets under way in Dumfries.

: Police recorded a total of 260 cases of alleged electoral fraud in 2016, with convictions for a Tory councillor who gave a false address and a man who voted twice in ...

: Jobs will change rather than disappear over the next decade as robots are increasingly used in the world of work, a study says.

: US stock indexes gave up an early rally and ended mostly lower after Republicans delayed a vote on their healthcare bill and left investors concerned about delays for...

: Manchester is now leading the way for house price growth across the UK's major cities, with property values there up by nearly 9% year-on-year - according to...

: The UK is almost bottom of a European league table for maternity leave, according to a new study.

: A pregnant mother-of-two from Leeds held illegally in Rwanda has appeared in court after being charged with revealing state secrets and other offences.

: Dermot O'Leary has dedicated Thursday's episode of The Nightly Show to Londoners, in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack.

: Schools facing budget cuts are setting up daycare provision and hosting weddings and fitness classes to boost finances Schools facing budget cuts are...

: I Am, I Am, I Am describes 17 near-fatal experiences and was written to give hope to eight-year-old daughter A life-affirming memoir, which began as a...

: Sun footage shows Prime Minister Theresa May being hurried from parliament during the London attack.

: Leigh coach Neil Jukes cancelled his players' weekend off after watching them fritter away a 24-12 half-time lead to go down 28-24 at Wakefield.

: Burnley defender Michael Keane says playing for England was always his dream - even when he was turning out for the Republic of Ireland at youth level.

: Adam Lallana feels Dele Alli can be a "special" player for England, provided he is given time to fulfil his promise.

: Lukas Podolski believes Wayne Rooney deserves a warm Wembley send off when his England days come to an end.

: As news of the fatal attack broke, the capital’s NHS workers rushed into action It was a typically busy day in the emergency department at King’s College...

: Thousands attend a vigil in central London to remember the victims of Wednesday's attack.

: Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams says his former comrade was 'a freedom fighter, not a terrorist'.

: Police said it appeared the man might have been there for several weeks.

: German lender plans move to new City headquarters at 21 Moorgate
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