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William and Kate show new prince to the world
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have introduced their new son to the world.
Royal baby boy name - where to put your money
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take inspiration from royal ancestors when they name their new baby boy.
Line 18: Food bank use four times higher in universal credit areas
Rent arrears, evictions and food bank use are soaring in areas where universal credit has been rolled out, new figures have revealed.
NHS reorganisation could "threaten patient safety"
Proposed changes to the way NHS services are provided in England will be challenged at the High Court in Leeds today.
Army trucks arrive to start clean-up in Salisbury after Skripal poisoning
Three army trucks have arrived in Salisbury to start the clean-up operation in the city following the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
1 in 5 cases of PMS may be linked to drinking alcohol, study claims
Drinking alcohol increases the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), a new study suggests.
Stephen Lawrence memorial day announced
A national commemoration of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence is to take place on April 22 each year, Prime Minister Theresa May announces.
Compensation promised to Windrush families who 'suffered loss'
Windrush families who have "suffered loss" because of failures over their immigration status will receive compensation, it has been announced.
MP campaigning on behalf of Windrush migrants told to 'stop knocking country down'
An MP campaigning on behalf of those affected by the Windrush scandal has been sent a letter telling him to stop making "vile and obscene" speeches "knocking this country down".
Rolls-Royce considers 'technical' Brexit switch
British manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce is considering moving the design approval process for its large jet engines to Germany as a "technical measure" to avoid Brexit disruption.