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James Dean, who played for Chorley, FC Halifax Town and Stalybridge Celtic, went missing on Wednesday.
Dalian Atkinson died after murder-accused PC Benjamin Monk deployed his Taser in Shropshire in 2016.
The officer was driving a woman home from a nightclub in Weston-super-Mare when they had sex.
All of the data is looking good, experts say, although the virus is still in general circulation.
Steve Aiken, who has resigned as UUP leader, says the party has "not been working as well as it should be".
The baby whale escaped an inflatable cushion that was guiding it from the River Thames to safety.
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds is replaced by Rachel Reeves as Sir Keir Starmer changes his top team.
The MPs' standards watchdog is looking into whether costs of the trip have been correctly declared.
Mark Drakeford returns to work after his Welsh election win to consider easing lockdown rules.
The homeless man was being "treated outrageously" but "reacted stupidly", the judge says.
A 21-year-old Catholic police officer died after being shot in the back of the head in Londonderry.
Ministers expected to confirm face masks not needed in England's secondary classrooms from 17 May.
Panorama filmed officers trying to disrupt networks of dealers transporting drugs worth millions of pounds.
The move comes after the Tories gained control of the authority for the first time in 12 years.
Her Majesty, 95, learns during a video call that her achievement some 80 years ago was historic.
Gordon Brown says Sir Keir Starmer has “got to be given time” to bring "forward new policies”.
The trial comes in an effort to tackle stress caused by working from home during the pandemic.
The threat of Covid-19 in England is ranked through a five-level, colour-coded alert system.
Durham County Council's Labour group is expected to elect Simon Henig's replacement at the weekend.
Lucy Letby is accused of killing eight infants while working at the Countess of Chester Hospital.