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Sabina Nessa: Man, 36, to appear in court charged with primary school teacher's murder
A 36-year-old man will appear in court later charged with the murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa.
Fuel crisis: Army 'ready to respond' to supply shortages, says defence secretary
The army is on standby with soldiers at "increased preparedness" to help deliver fuel if necessary, the defence secretary has said.
Fuel crisis: Calls for key workers to be prioritised - but who should be front of the queue?
The government is facing calls to prioritise essential workers as some petrol supplies run dry amid impacts of a shortage of lorry drivers.
COVID-19: NHS director alerts parents to fake vaccine consent letters
An NHS boss has alerted parents over hoax coronavirus vaccine consent letters spreading misinformation.
Sir Keir Starmer's allies look to take fight to Tories as Labour's left-wings claim conference 'falling apart'
Sir Keir Starmer is being warned that his party's Brighton conference is "falling apart" following the dramatic resignation of a shadow minister.
COVID-19 bereaved families group hopes PM will 'take us seriously' at meeting
The co-founder of a coronavirus bereaved families group has said he hopes Boris Johnson will "at long last... take us seriously" when he meets them at Number 10 today.
COVID-19: Younger children 'more hesitant than older teenagers to get jabbed' as researchers call for better vaccine messaging
Researchers are calling for better messaging about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines after a study showed younger children were more hesitant than older teenagers to receive a jab.
COVID-19: UK records another 37,960 coronavirus cases and 40 related deaths
The UK has recorded another 37,960 coronavirus cases and a further 40 related deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
Glastonbury Festival: Levels of illegal drugs high enough to harm wildlife found in river running through site
Levels of illegal drugs high enough to harm wildlife have been found in the river running through the site of Glastonbury Festival.
Louis Watkiss: Boy, 12, who died after 'incident on slope' at indoor ski centre is named by police
A 12-year-old boy who died at an indoor ski and snowboarding centre has been named by police as Louis Watkiss.