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EU elections: Tories and Labour suffer as Brexit Party triumphs
The Conservatives and Labour have fallen victim to a Brexit backlash from voters in the European elections, with the Brexit Party coasting to victory.
Sheikh bin Zayed Al Nehayan: Cousin of Man City owner 'to buy Newcastle United for £350m'
The cousin of Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour has reportedly agreed to buy Premier League club Newcastle United.
British man dies after yacht collision near Cannes Film Festival
A British man has died after a collision between two yachts near the French city of Cannes.
Sonita Alleyne: Businesswoman is first black person to lead an Oxbridge college
A businesswoman is set to become the first black person to lead an Oxbridge college after she was elected Master of Jesus College, Cambridge.
We Are FSTVL: Revellers 'collapse' after queuing for hours in the sun
A number of revellers "collapsed" after they were forced to queue for hours to get through security gates at a London festival.
Boy, 17, charged with murder of Jodie Chesney
A fourth person has been charged with the murder of girl scout Jodie Chesney, who was stabbed to death on 1 March.
Cobra founder Bilimoria lined up as CBI president
Lord Bilimoria, the cross-bench peer who founded Cobra beer and backs a second EU referendum, is being lined up as the next president of the CBI.
'Up the Villa!' - Tom Hanks cheers for his favourite team
Tom Hanks has shared his excitement ahead of his favourite team Aston Villa's clash with Derby County on Monday.
Video calls for the elderly are helping reduce strain on stretched NHS
New technologies including video calls are being used in a trial in Manchester to help reduce the strain on stretched NHS services.
'I've evolved': Michael Gove insists he is ready to be PM since saying he was 'incapable'
Michael Gove has insisted he has "evolved" as a politician since previously stating he was "incapable" of being prime minister.