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Poignant tributes to open first phase of Grenfell Tower fire inquiry


A total of 72 people died after the blaze swept through the west London building last summer.

'Proud to be a woman and feminist': Royal website unveils new Meghan Markle biography


Hours after the former actress had exchanged vows with Prince Harry, the royal site had been updated to reflect its newest member.

UK is ‘turning a blind eye’ to Putin’s ‘dirty money’, MPs warn


The Foreign Affairs Committee says it is ‘business as usual’ in the City for Kremlin allies despite the Salisbury nerve agent attack.

Trump demands investigation into whether FBI infiltrated election campaign


The order came hours before his lawyers said the special counsel indicated its investigation into the president could be done by September.

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Weather: Mostly dry, warm and sunny


It will be cool and breezy across Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland today with outbreaks of rain.


Texas mourners endure grief that ‘none of us can comprehend’


Services have been held in memory of the 10 people killed in a high school shooting.

What the papers say – May 21


Harry and Meghan’s wedding remains the key talking point on Monday.

Nicolas Maduro declared winner in disputed Venezuela election


His main challenger questioned the legitimacy of the vote and called for a new ballot to prevent a brewing social crisis from exploding.


Which airport has the worst punctuality for departing flights?


Flights from UK airports were an average of 15 minutes late in 2017.

Paramedic’s idea eases A&E pressure by keeping ‘frequent callers’ away


Personal mentoring and one-to-one coaching has made a dramatic difference in stopping people making frequent emergency calls.

Defence Secretary: UK must be ready to counter intensifying threats from space


Gavin Williamson announced the launch the UK’s first Defence Space Strategy.


Person injured as wildfire breaks out across Arthur’s Seat


The casualty was taken into the care of paramedics with a suspected leg injury.


Man's leg 'shattered' by lava spray from Hawaii volcano


The first casualty from the Kilauea volcano has been reported, after dozens of homes were burned down with many people forced to flee.


Meghan’s bouquet laid on grave of Unknown Warrior following royal wedding


The royal tradition at Westminster Abbey dates back to 1923.

Harry and Meghan leave Windsor Castle after ‘all-night royal party’


Harry and Meghan left Windsor Castle during Sunday afternoon after being hosted by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh over the weekend.


Meghan Markle's royal wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller 'privileged' to have been asked


Clare Waight Keller said it was an "enormous honour" to have been given one of fashion's most coveted jobs ahead of the royal wedding.

Sunday, May 20

Minute's silence held at Great Manchester Run in tribute to 22 killed in terror attack


The 10K and half-marathon races take place almost exactly a year after Salman Abedi killed 22 in his attack at an Ariana Grande concert.

Texas school attack suspect 'avoided shooting students he liked so he could tell his story'


Dmitrios Pagourtzis also had several kinds of homemade explosive devices but they were not capable of detonating, county officials said.

Saturday, May 19

Emotional Prince Harry in tears as he talks about love in groom's speech


The tears came during the groom’s speech to the 650 guests who had assembled in St George’s Hall inside Windsor Castle.

The best moments from Harry and Meghan's big day


Watch ITV's montage of the highlights of the royal wedding.

In pictures: The look of love sums up perfect day


The couple held hands and exchanged tender glances during the ceremony at St George’s Chapel.

Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in fairytale Windsor wedding


The prince and the former actress have become the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, following their wedding ceremony at Windsor Castle.

Friday, May 18

More than 100 people feared dead after Boeing 737 crashes near Havana's Jose Marti International Airport


A plane carrying 104 passengers and nine crew has crashed after taking off from Havana's Jose Marti International Airport.

Ten killed in mass shooting at Santa Fe high school in Texas


Local authorities confirm that explosive devices have been found inside the high school and in surrounding areas.

Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle at Royal Wedding


Kensington Palace has said that Meghan Markle asked The Prince of Wales to walk her down the aisle in the absence of her father.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make final wedding preparations


The couple will marry at Windsor Castle’s historic St George’s Chapel on Saturday, in front of a global television audience of millions.

Thursday, May 17

Watch Harry and Meghan – The Royal Wedding live on ITV


Details of ITV's television coverage of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday 19th May.

Meghan Markle confirms father will not attend royal wedding


Kensington Palace has released a statement.

Maximum stakes on fixed-odds gambling machines to be cut to £2


The Government said the move will reduce the risk of potentially large financial losses as well as harm to both players and wider communitie

Windsor gears up for royal wedding with midweek dry-run


It came as Meghan Markle confirmed that her father would not be attending the ceremony on Saturday.

Wednesday, May 16

'We'll see what happens': Donald Trump says US in the dark about threats to cancel Kim Jong-un summit


Donald Trump says the US has not been told North Korea is threatening to cancel his planned summit with Kim Jong-un next month.

The troubled history of the East Coast rail franchise


Rail services on the East Coast Main Line are to be nationalised, but this is not the first time the East Coast franchise has had issues.

East Coast Main Line to be brought back under public control


Services will be run by the Department for Transport after the Government chose not to award a new deal to Virgin Trains East Coast.

MPs' attack on Carillion executives is an extraordinary and savage takedown


MP knives are out for three directors in particular, but claim blame for Carillion’s failure stretches wider than the company’s boardroom.