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Fourth London murder in four days as police step up patrols
Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was stabbed in east London - as patrols are increased across the capital following a number of stabbing and shooting deaths in recent days.
Wahaca waiter won't foot bill after customers dine and dash
A waiter at Wahaca won't have to pick up the bill after a table he was serving ate their dinner and ran out without paying.
More rain forecast after 'unprecedented' flooding in Lincolnshire
"Unprecedented" rainfall that has forced the evacuation of almost 600 homes in Lincolnshire is set to continue.
Struggling Kier to cut 1,200 jobs and sell non-core businesses
Construction and services firm Kier Group is to cut 1,200 jobs and non-core businesses as it seeks to turnaround its fortunes.
Teachers to be trained in spotting mental health issues under PM's new plan
Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May will announce a raft of measures aimed at putting prevention at the top of Britain's mental health agenda.
New sheep shed examines farming's impact on climate
A new state-of-the-art science facility that monitors the impact sheep farming has on our environment has opened in Devon.
UK-listed firms can sell shares in China for the first time
UK-listed companies will be able to sell shares in China for the first time from today as the London-Shanghai Stock Connect service opens.
Sarri leaves Chelsea as Lampard tipped to join Blues as manager
Maurizio Sarri has become the new manager of Juventus after just one season in charge at Chelsea.
Harry and Meghan share photo of Archie on Father's Day
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared a new picture of baby Archie to celebrate Prince Harry's first Father's Day.
Firms train staff to deal with terror attacks after London Bridge response delays
Increasing numbers of businesses are training their staff in how to help in the aftermath of a terrorist attack following concerns about how long it could take emergency services to reach victims.