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Reg and Huguette reunite almost 80 years after a brief encounter when they shared a jam sandwich.
Simon Brown was shot in the face by a sniper while leading a recue mission in Iraq.
The northbound carriageway will be closed from junction seven for Great Barr on weekdays.
Why have some people never had Covid and can that lead to better vaccines?
The UK's singles chart turns 70 this week - but the countdown has not always gone smoothly.
This year's event was particularly poignant for the royals, as it also paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
Levene was one of the most influential guitarists of all time, his friend and author Adam Hammond says.
More than 100 migrants came ashore on Saturday, say eyewitnesses, meaning the 40,000 mark is surpassed.
A number of people were taken to hospital, the ambulance service says.
Jeremy Hunt will reveal on Thursday how he will plug an estimated £55bn gap between revenue and spending.
Michael McGirr was last seen off Car Island on lower Lough Erne on 29 October.
Extra dates are being added to his comeback tour, with some resale sites pricing tickets at £1,100.
Gabriel Petrov Stoyanov's mother says her 21-year-old son was "taken far too soon".
The monarch will use his private income to fund the single payment on top of his staffs' salaries.
It is believed the two-year-old boy was hit by a tractor at Rosepark Farm on Friday afternoon.
Built-in airbags in a motorbike officer's protective clothing saved him from further injuries, police say.
A newspaper reports allegations Dominic Raab mistreated staff during a past stint as justice secretary.
GMB Scotland say its members will strike from 06:00 on 28 November to 07:59 the following day.
England's winning streak comes to an end as New Zealand win the World Cup for a sixth time on a historic night for women's rugby at Eden Park.
Health officials say 39 cases of diphtheria have been found in asylum seekers in England.