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Footballer Benjamin Mendy told a woman her boyfriend would be "OK" if they had sex, his trial hears.
A second day of action at multiple locations on the M25 around London causes delays to motorists.
An inquest hears Archie Battersbee, who was found unresponsive at home, was in a "very low mood".
Eugene Hanratty knocked his victim unconscious and repeatedly slammed a car door on his hands.
Carry On Star, whose lecherous comic performances overshadowed his ability as a classical actor, dies at 98.
The cost of living is one factor behind a wave of aggression towards retail workers, a charity says.
Sarah Barry, whose son Jack was stabbed to death, says she never knew he also carried a knife.
Ffion now looks after 70 cows and 30 sheep, with thousands of people following her on social media.
Two Edinburgh hairdressers are taking steps to try to help people who dread going to a salon.
Younger audiences could see the new royal drama as a history lesson and not fiction, experts warn.
Expensive promises are being made in Egypt but budgets are being squeezed back in the UK.
Animal officers in Gateshead say there is no term for the kitten's condition because it is so rare.
David Ungi is accused of shooting dead 18-year-old Vincent Waddington in Liverpool in 2015.
Jasmine Hill, 19, went into cardiac arrest after being moved from an operating table to a trolley.
Alaa Abdel Fattah's sister says she "hopes and trusts" Rishi Sunak will secure his release in Egypt.
Benjamin Mendy, 28, tells a court it was "honestly, so easy" for him to meet women to have sex with.
Rishi Sunak told the UN climate summit COP27 that there is room for hope.
In closing speeches at an inquiry, the deadly fire was described as a "disaster made in Britain".
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Maroš Šefčovič says there needs to be "political will" in negotiations.
The group says its supporters have been arrested nearly 2,000 times since April.