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Asdrit Kapaj targeted tennis ace Boris Becker during his decade-long spree in the wealthy borough.
Dozens of people turned out for a dip at dawn to celebrate the summer solstice.
An overdose of fluids contributed to the death of Claire Roberts, 9, from hyponatraemia, a coroner finds.
Jeremy Hunt says Tories must decide whether he or Boris Johnson will get the best Brexit outcome.
Legal experts say MP Mark Field is unlikely to face prosecution for "reasonable force".
St Andrew Square owners say they have stopped the Edinburgh Christmas ice rink as it is causing too much damage.
Robert Alderson groomed the vulnerable 19-year-old and paid for alcohol and outings, a panel hears.
Thousands greeted dawn at Stonehenge, as people across the UK welcomed the longest day of the year.
The Court of Appeal declined an application by the Serious Fraud Office to overturn a previous court decision.
Politicians criticised by Question Time audience member in passionate speech about knife crime.
The model maker's boss says he removed the firm's senior managers as they did not understand the business.
Mark Field says he reacted "instinctively" after footage showed him physically ejecting a female activist.
Questions are raised over what tactics were used to knock Michael Gove out of the contest.
The allegations centre around claims of historical sexual abuse of girls in West Yorkshire.
Some economists now argue it's better to rent rather than buy your home if you're young.
Since 2008 about 1,400 murder investigations have been launched in London - and most have been solved.
Three women tell of being sexually assaulted and underpaid while working in bars.
Five years since launch, more northern children live in "poor" households, despite economic growth.
Sir Brian Leveson, who is retiring, says the justice system could collapse without investment.
The Hollywood actor takes the lead role in a new play dealing with the #MeToo movement.