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Louis Olivier Bancoult, leader of the Chagos Refugee Group, outside the Supreme Court in London

Chagos Islands' former residents vow to fight on after Supreme Court defeat

Ben Butler was found guilty at the Old Bailey of murdering his six-year-old daughter Ellie in 2013 (Metropolitan Police/PA)

I knew Butler would kill daughter Ellie, says ex-girlfriend

House price rises have slowed but prices still increasing

House price gap between north and south 'widens to record high'

The Goldman Sachs Building in London as the investment bank revealed it is reviewing its relationship with Sir Philip Green

Goldman Sachs reviews Sir Philip Green relationship amid BHS controversy

Paul Gascoigne is accused of racially aggravated abuse

Paul Gascoigne faces trial after denying racially-aggravated offence

John McDonnell has said MPs must accept the result of a leadership challenge on Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn's position as Labour leader 'untenable', says Ed Miliband

Prime Minister David Cameron was not invited to join the prime ministers and presidents of the other 27 EU nations as they returned to discuss the Brexit fallout (AP)

Cameron warns of 'choppy waters' ahead for UK economy after Brexit vote

Nicola Sturgeon has said that "everything must be on the table to protect Scotland's place in Europe"

Nicola Sturgeon meeting EC president over Scotland's place in European Union

Vodafone says the UK's membership of the European Union has been "an important factor" in its growth

Vodafone warns over future of UK HQ after Brexit vote

The SNP will claim Labour can no longer meet its requirement to be "prepared to assume power"

SNP in bid to be named official opposition at Westminster

Marcus Willis beat world number 54 Ricardas Berankis on Monday

Marcus Willis to take on Roger Federer in second round of Wimbledon

Michael Gove with his wife Sarah Vine

Michael Gove played Monopoly 'at height of Brexit hysteria', says wife

The Barnsley War Memorial in South Yorkshire (Historic England/PA)

Greater protected status for war memorials to mark Somme centenary

Juan Jasso was targeted by three youths during the incident on a tram in Manchester

Man arrested over far-right, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic social media posts

Stephen Crabb launches his campaign to be leader of the Conservative Party

'Underdog' Stephen Crabb launches campaign for Tory leadership

Turkish police block the entrance to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport after the attack (AP)

Philip Hammond 'shocked' as suicide attack kills dozens at Istanbul airport

Hugh Laurie is to receive a Hollywood Walk of Fame star

Cheers on the House as Hugh Laurie earns Walk of Fame star

Controversy over statins led to tens of thousands of people stopping their treatment over a six-month period, a study says.

Controversy over statins 'led to 219,000 people stopping treatment' - study

Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the 'big four' supermarkets have been banned

Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'

Police are examining a saliva sample from the child suspect.

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Tony Blair 'misrepresented the facts' about Iraq's chemical weapons, Hans Blix has claimed

Blair 'misrepresented facts' over Iraq chemical weapons, claims Hans Blix

Nurofen falsely claimed its painkillers could target back and joint pain, the ASA decided

Nurofen advert banned for false claims on joint and back pain

Chris Martin (right) of Coldplay performing during a concert hosted by Prince Harry's charity Sentebalein Kensington Palace Gardens, London.

Harry 'hooked on Lesotho' as he urges help in fight against HIV/Aids

 Prince Harry speaks during a concert hosted by his charity Sentebale in Kensington Palace Gardens, London, to raise awareness and funds for adolescents living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.

Harry 'hooked on Lesotho' as he urges help in fight against HIV/Aids

Police are examining a saliva sample from the child suspect

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Police made three arrests after the incident

US Army veteran blames Brexit vote for tram race hate incident

Labour MP Pat Glass stayed away from her referendum count after death threats were made against her

Death threats shadow minister Pat Glass will not stand again as MP

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, right, greets UKIP leader Nigel Farage during a special session of European Parliament in Brussels (AP)

'You're not laughing now' - Farage goads European Parliament

Nearly 50 are said to have died in the attack (AP)

Nearly 50 dead in Istanbul airport terror attack

Prince Harry and Joss Stone (left) watch members of the Basotho Youth Choir during their rehearsals at the Brit School ahead of a performance at the Sentebale Concert.

Harry to take on mother's cause by making fight against HIV a priority

Kayleigh Haywood's mother Stephanie, flanked by the teenager's brother Kyle, reads out a family statement outside Nottingham Crown Court

Sexual predator guilty of holding murdered teenager Kayleigh Haywood captive

The defendant will appear at Nottingham Crown Court

Care assistant charged with 'sex offences' at mental health unit

Lauri Love is accused of stealing sensitive data from Nasa and the US military

Risk of suicide if autistic man accused of hacking extradited to US, court told

Max Clifford denies indecent assault

Woman 'thought Max Clifford was going to rape or kill her', court told

The National Union of Teachers has called for 'meaningful' talks with the Government in a bid to avert a walk-out in July

National Union of Teachers calls for Government talks to avert strike action

FTSE shares have seen big gains following two days of declines brought about by the Brexit vote

FTSE stages fightback following loses brought on by EU vote

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh during a visit to Bushmills Village

Queen retraces Northern Ireland train journey from coronation year

A 16-year-old boy has admitted cyber attacks around the world including on Devon and Cornwall Police and Seaworld

Teenager admits series of global cyber attacks

Sex worker Daria Pionko was killed just ten months after coming to Britain from Poland

Sex worker's killer 'stole her money to buy food and cannabis'

Henry Hicks died when his moped was involved in a collision, an inquest jury ruled

Teenager moped rider died while trying to evade police pursuit, inquest rules

Like-for-like grocery prices dropped by 1.4% on last year as supermarket sales fell by 0.2%, Kantar Worldpanel said

Big four supermarkets' sales squeezed as Aldi and Lidl hit record market share

Britain is facing the prospect of setting up new trade deals with the 27 EU member states

Which trade model could Britain try to replicate after leaving the EU?

A claim of sexual abuse was made against Bishop of Chichester George Bell, who died in 1958

Church orders independent review of paedophile bishop case

Gleb Savchenko has quit Strictly Come Dancing

Gleb Savchenko quits Strictly Come Dancing

The Queen meets Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at Hillsborough Castle

Queen jokingly tells Martin McGuinness 'I'm still alive'

Trust in charities has taken a hit over the last year

Public trust in charities 'falls to record low'

Sadiq Khan has rejected calls for a second referendum on EU membership

Sadiq Khan: We must act fast to stop London jobs heading overseas

The High Court is to rule on the legality of local council 'boycotts'' on Israeli goods produced on the West Bank

High Court to rule on councils' Israeli goods 'boycott'

Amber Heard has accused husband Johnny Depp of domestic abuse

Johnny Depp a 'loving, caring guy' says ex-fiancee Winona Ryder

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