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The men were convicted of a total of 22 offences including rape and indecent assault.
A UN expert from Australia says he encountered "misery" as he spent 12 days touring the UK.
Paul Prause called police claiming he found the 85-year-old dead at her Romford home on 15 May.
Free men's mag with 500,000 circulation ends print edition as publisher focuses on Stylist.
Megan Rowland says she took up deer stalking to understand the process behind the food she eats.
The 30 animals got out of a locked field and were spotted roaming around Hellesdon, near Norwich.
Eighteen books were technically "checked out" but they were by staff making sure the machine worked.
The footballer and manager was honoured for "services to football, charity, and the city of Liverpool".
The companies overcharged phone and broadband customers leaving their contracts early, Ofcom says.
Cabinet minister Michael Gove is considering whether to step down, it is understood, as the PM defends her Brexit deal.
The price of Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) is the highest for a living artist.
The singer told Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw that she's been getting help for the past year for anxiety.
Fire crews "amazed" by Jazz the parrot's alarm impression after an emergency alert.
Jasmine Thompson was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company 'to attract diverse audiences'.
Bertha Ryland caused Birmingham's art gallery to be closed for six weeks following the 1914 attack.
The papers say the PM has vowed to carry on in the face of a backlash over her Brexit deal.
The arrest comes after the death of Peter Seeclear who had been camping in Stadt Moers Park, Whiston.
Sara Howell swam in the path of the world's largest oil exploration vessel - but ended up in court.
Sophia Jex-Blake was a pioneer of women's education on her way to be Scotland's first female doctor.
A dozen schools have admitted informally excluding pupils at some stage last year, the BBC has learned.