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TV star and comedian Paul O'Grady has died at the age of 67
TV star and comedian Paul O'Grady has died at the age of 67, his partner Andre Portasio has said.
Unhappiness with the NHS has reached record highs - but the public still supports it
The British public is the unhappiest it has ever been with the NHS, but still supports it in principle, a new survey has found.
Nashville school shooting: Bodycam video shows moment attacker was shot dead by police
Graphic video has been released of the moment the Nashville school attacker was shot dead by police.
Nashville school shooting: What we know about killer Audrey Hale
The attacker who killed six people at a Nashville school had reportedly warned a friend that something bad was about to happen minutes before the massacre.
'Split-screening' and other phone habits reveal how children are watching even more videos
Increasing numbers of children are "split-screening" so that they can watch multiple social media videos at a time, new research suggests.
First portrait of King Charles III released
The first portrait of King Charles since he took the throne has been revealed.
Prince Harry says Royal Family 'without doubt' withheld information from him on phone hacking
Prince Harry has said the Royal Family withheld information from him about phone hacking because they didn't want him to bring a claim as it would "open a can of worms".
Phillip Schofield's brother Timothy 'forced teen boy to watch pornography and sexually abused him', court told
The brother of TV presenter Phillip Schofield forced a teenage boy to watch pornography and sexually abused him, a court has heard.
Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash: Son, Moses, says he heard mum 'yelling' and swearing at accuser after collision
Gwyneth Paltrow's son says he heard his mum swear and yell at at the man who is suing her over a 2016 skiing crash.
Baroness Casey urges Met chief to accept police prejudice is 'institutional'
The author of a damning report into the Metropolitan Police has called on the force's chief to accept its problems with racism, sexism and homophobia are "institutional".
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