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Grindr serial killer's drug dealer found guilty of Bond actor's drug murder
A drug dealer who targeted victims on Grindr has been found guilty of murdering a Bond actor with a fatal dose of chemsex drug GHB.
Twins conjoined by skulls separated after 50 hours of operations
Two-year-old twins who were joined by their skulls and blood vessels have been successfully separated after having three major operations at a London hospital.
Alan Turing: WWII codebreaker revealed as new face of £50 note
World War Two codebreaker Alan Turing has been revealed as the face of the new £50 banknote.
Extinction Rebellion block traffic in UK cities in 'summer uprising' environmental protests
Members of Extinction Rebellion have blocked roads in London and four other cities in a new wave of demonstrations demanding faster action against climate change.
Corbyn faces revolt as senior Labour figures call for him to apologise to whistleblowers
Jeremy Corbyn is facing a revolt from senior Labour figures calling on him to apologise for the party's response to an investigation into its antisemitism problem.
Kasim Lewis: 'Wicked beyond belief' killer admits second murder
A predator described as "wicked beyond belief" has pleaded guilty to a second sexually motivated murder.
World Series Of Poker final: British university drop-out wins $1.5m at tournament
A university drop-out from Essex has won more than $1.5m (£1.2m) in the final of the world's most prestigious poker tournament.
Kelly Mary Fauvrelle: Man charged with killing pregnant woman and baby appears in court
A man accused of killing a heavily pregnant woman and her baby son has appeared in court.
Bones of missing backpacker Erwan Ferrieux found off Australian beach
Bones found in waters off a beach in Australia are believed to be the remains of a Frenchman missing since February, police have said.
London mayor Sadiq Khan brands fatal stabbings 'human cost of austerity'
Sadiq Khan has branded the rise in fatal stabbings a "human cost of austerity" as he urged both candidates vying to become the next prime minister to reverse police cuts since 2010.