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Prince Harry worked in Malawi with African Parks as part of an initiative involvoing moving 500 elephants (Kensington Palace/PA)

Prince Harry hails 'amazing' experience moving elephants across Malawi

A police officer lays flowers at the scene in Campsall, South Yorkshire

Floral tributes left for shed fire death boy, 13

Iain Duncan Smith introduced Universal Credit when he was work and pensions secretary

Scrap £3.4bn Universal Credit cuts, urges Iain Duncan Smith

The group says it will press on with its legal action unless the Government withdraws its third runway decision

Residents' group launches Heathrow legal challenge amid 'apparent bias' claim

Nissan workers building the Qashqai in Sunderland

Ex-business ministers question agreement struck for Nissan manufacturing deal

Blair said: "You can't change this decision, unless it becomes clear in one way or another, that the British people have had a change of mind."

Voters must have chance to change their minds on Brexit, says Tony Blair

In July and August, Scotland Yard recorded 202 firearms discharges, compared with 87 in the same months last year

Britain's borders not as secure as they should be, says counter-terrorism review

Police at the scene in Hamstead, Birmingham

Father of children who died after Birmingham arson attack found in burnt-out car

The Uber drivers argued that they should be entitled to holiday pay and receive at least the national minimum wage

Drivers win employment rights tribunal case against Uber

New figures show more than half of mental health services at local NHS groups require improvement

Mental health services must improve at 127 NHS groups, figures show

Jens Stoltenberg said the organisation was moving military assets to Eastern Europe as a precaution

'Assertive' Russia trying to intimidate Europe with nuclear presence, Nato warns

A 28-year-old has been arrested over the incident in Knightswood

Man arrested over police hit-and-run in Glasgow

RBS is still 73% owned by the Government

RBS posts £469m loss and will miss Williams & Glyn sale deadline

A case has been heard at Belfast High Court opposing Theresa May's ability to trigger Brexit negotiations by next March

Judge to rule on first court challenge to Brexit

Mukai Noiri was fired by Lord Sugar after struggling during a fashion task (BBC)

Apprentice shock as two candidates leave the process

The reception house in Margravine Cemetery, west London, has been given protected status (Department for Culture Media and Sport/PA Wire)

Victorian cemetery's storage building for coffins given Grade II listing

Martyn Steedman, his wife Louise and sons Josh and Harry on the steps of their retired Sea King helicopter

Sky's the limit for farmer as Sea King helicopter turned into holiday home

BHS.com is unveiling its first clothing range a month after the launch of the website

BHS.com to launch clothing range in wake of brand's departure from high street

UK families had £201 of discretionary income last month

Increasing cost of essential items slows growth in families' spending power

Alphabet is Google's parent company

Google's parent company, Alphabet, reports 20% revenue increase

Gloria Hunniford and her two King Charles spaniels, one of many small breeds prone to mitral valve disease

Heart treatment offers hope for millions of dog owners

Orkambi was shown to reduce lung damage and infections in a study of 1,000 children and adults with cystic fibrosis

New hope for cystic fibrosis sufferers as drug shown to curb lung damage

The study found no signs of higher death rates for patients brought to major trauma centres at weekends

'Weekend effect' does not exist for patients at major trauma centres - study

NHS hospital trusts in England are failing to recover the full costs of treating overseas patients, a report warned

NHS 'hundreds of millions of pounds short' regaining cash from overseas patients

The scientists say the results show that levels should be tailored according to individual risk factors

Vitamin D effectiveness in pregnancy affected by time of year and weight - study

Twitter's restructuring will focus on its 'sales, partnerships and marketing efforts' in order to become profitable

Shake-up to see hundreds of jobs lost as Twitter shrinks workforce 9%

 The injection is designed to lower sperm counts by acting on the brain's pituitary gland

Injected male contraceptive 'effective for 96% of couples'

The Education For All Bill, which was announced in the Queen's Speech, will not now be introduced to Parliament

Government accused over 'chaotic' education policy after Bill dropped

Justice Secretary Liz Truss said the statistics "demonstrate the serious violence and self-harm in our prisons"

Prison violence reaches record levels with 65 attacks every day, figures reveal

Anthony France won his challenge at the Court of Appeal

Sun reporter Anthony France 'delighted' as payments conviction quashed

Stewards and police step in as tempers flare in the crowd during the EFL Cup match at the London Stadium.

Three charged over London Stadium crowd violence

Police are getting new instructions on when to stop and search

Stop and search six times more likely to be used on black people than whites

Migrant children on the roadside at the 'Jungle' camp in Calais (Liz Clegg/PA Wire)

Stranded Jungle migrants being housed in camp's church, says charity

Nissan staff in 2014 with the two millionth Qashqai car produced at the Sunderland plant

'Sweetheart deal' between Nissan and ministers denied

The field was said to have played host to egg rolling, but this may have occurred only on one or two occasions

High Court upholds Humpty Hill's status as village green

Baroness Tonge is facing questions over "anti-Israel" remarks made at an event she hosted in Parliament

Suspended Baroness Tonge quits Lib Dems after chairing 'anti-Israel' meeting

Attorney General Jeremy Wright said rape victims must be encouraged to come forward to police

Law over rape victims could change after Ched Evans case - Attorney General

Robert Gerrard, a suspected drug dealer from Liverpool, who has handed himself complaining that the "pressure of being on the run had got too much for him" after he was named in a Most Wanted list of on-the-run criminals

'Most wanted' alleged drugs baron hands himself in complaining of 'pressure'

A statue of the Queen Mother was unveiled by the royal party during a visit to Poundbury, a new urban development on the edge of Dorchester

Queen joins Charles in ceremony at his Poundbury development

Anti-fracking protesters at a camp near Little Plumpton, Preston

Public backing for fracking reaches lowest level

Justine Greening has not ruled out backing legislation curtailing Sharia courts' powers

Equalities minister voices Government concerns about Sharia courts' powers

Mr McDonnell is insisting the Tories are only interested in cutting "sweetheart" deals for the banks and big business

Labour will manage migration without making cynical promises, says McDonnell

Women and equalities minister Caroline Dinenage said: "For me equality is not a zero-sum game."

Dinenage rejects MP's suggestion International Men's Day not taken seriously

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she is a huge fan of her high-profile backer Adele (AP)

'Huge fan' Hillary Clinton is thrilled by Adele's support

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.5% in its first estimate of third quarter growth, down slightly from 0.7% in the second quarter

'Strong' services sector buffers GDP against steep post-Brexit slowdown

Sara Tye.Pic By Dave Cox.

Sara shares secrets of her success

Vodafone says it has fully refunded or recredited more than 10,422 customers an average of £14.35 each

Vodafone hit with a £4.6m Ofcom fine

Police at the scene of the incident

'Scheming' husband killed wife, daughter and himself in Spalding shootings

A new report by the General Medical Council found there was a "dangerous level of alienation" felt by doctors in training which had increased because of industrial action

'State of unease' for those working in medical profession

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