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Jordan Bassett told police that the gun accidentally went off in Addison Packeer's face.
Edinburgh has been been hit with flash flooding and thunder with one motorist stranded on a car roof.
John Tossell has not been seen since going for a walk on a mountain on 17 June while on holiday.
Minister Tobias Ellwood says opponents of a no-deal Brexit "have the numbers" to threaten the government.
Trams were suspended and one driver was stranded on a car roof as heavy rain hit the city.
An Old Bailey judge describes Paul Crossley as a "grave and enduring risk to the public".
Passengers have complained about the restrictions of one bottle of wine or four cans of beer.
Was it wise for Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt to use the phrase when challenging Boris Johnson?
The EU Commission asks why many EU citizens were unable to vote in the UK.
Host Ken Bruce resorted for the first time to flipping a coin after two competitors tied on points.
Files that were once secret reveal a history of discrimination stretching back to the 1950s and 1960s.
The great-nephew of Aneurin Bevan died after a delay in him being offered radiotherapy.
Sky News says Tuesday's event will not go ahead unless Boris Johnson accepts its invitation.
Jay Sewell was attacked by a group of nine people armed with knives, hammers and an axe, a court hears.
Peter Robinson refused to answer questions in the trial of his brother, who is charged with murdering a prison officer.
The 81-year-old is "over the worst" and "talking", former Home Secretary Alan Johnson says.
Only 160,000 people will decide if Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt becomes PM.
The pop star met the pair after a video of them singing her song Dancing to their dying mum went viral.
The chain is introducing paper bags in 53 of its 2,485 stores - but not in its central pharmacy.
The former Oasis star shares his views on crime and politicians' drugs admissions.