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Thousands of patients could benefit from the first ever alopecia treatment approved for the NHS.
A motion calling for a ceasefire in Gaza has seen the Commons descend into chaos, with procedural rows and accusations being flung around the green benches.
Julian Assange "created a grave and imminent risk" to American agents overseas when his WikiLeaks website published classified US documents, lawyers have argued.
A criminal trial involving allegedly ill-gotten handwritten lyrics to the classic rock song Hotel California, as well as other favourites by the Eagles, has begun in New York.
Wheelchair and able-bodied athletes will be paid the same amount of prize money at the London Marathon this year in a world-first.
The King says he has been "reduced to tears" by the "many wonderful messages and cards" he has received since his cancer diagnosis.
It's a rainy day in Birmingham and, perhaps unsurprisingly, the vote tonight in the House of Commons over support for a ceasefire in Gaza is not the first thing on people's minds.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe has revealed plans to restore the greatness of Manchester United within three years and knock Manchester City "off their perch".
TV presenter Dan Wootton will face no further police action after a five-month investigation into allegations made against him, the Metropolitan Police has said.
Minister told off by Afghan inquiry chair over refusal to name officers who told him of murder allegations
The government's veterans minister has been warned of "potentially serious legal consequences" after he refused to give names to a independent inquiry into alleged murders by UK special forces in Afghanistan.