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Boy, 15, stabbed to death during brawl after birthday party
A boy has been stabbed to death after leaving a birthday party in Romford, east London.
First state-run East Coast line train arrives on time
The first service operated by the new state-run franchise that runs trains on the East Coast Main Line has arrived on time.
Research starts into therapy for mitochondrial disease
New research into a therapy for the currently untreatable mitochondrial depletion syndrome is to be funded by a UK charity.
Jeremy Hunt: Businesses criticising Brexit progress are 'completely inappropriate'
Jeremy Hunt has accused companies of being "completely inappropriate" for going public with fears about the progress of Brexit.
Football fans banned from matches after offences at Russia World Cup
Two men have been banned from attending football matches following offences at the Russia World Cup.
Ex-Hollyoaks star Colin Wells: 'Finding a cure for my children is a matter of life or death'
The heart-breaking legal fight over the treatment of Charlie Gard brought global attention to mitochondrial disease.
Crackdown on energy drinks, junk food ads to tackle child obesity
Shops could be banned from selling energy drinks to children, after the government appeared to accept its previous policy to tackle childhood obesity was not good enough.
Selling anti-obesity measures to a tough crowd
Childhood obesity is a hard nut to crack.
Food bank 'heartbroken' as month's supply stolen
A month's worth of supplies have been stolen from a food bank in Bournemouth, with volunteers fearing that up to 100 families could be affected.
Liam Fox prepared to accept a longer Brexit transition period
Liam Fox has said he would be prepared to accept an extension to the Brexit transition period - putting him at odds with other Brexiteers.