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Sir David Amess murder: Name of terror suspect accused of killing MP emerges, as police search three properties in London
The terror suspect held on suspicion of murdering Sir David Amess is named Ali Harbi Ali, Sky News understands.
Sir David Amess: Locals remember the 'always smiling, always energetic' MP who always had time for others
Saturday in Southend is quiet, and lacking in the usual buzz of a seaside town on a weekend.
COVID-19: UK records 148 more coronavirus-related deaths and 43,423 positive cases, latest daily figures show
The UK has recorded a further 148 COVID-related deaths and 43,423 new cases in the latest 24-hour reporting period, government figures show.
Man charged with impersonating police officer over alleged kidnap of 14-year-old in Crawley
A 32-year-old man has been charged with impersonating a police officer and sexual offences over the alleged kidnap of a teenage girl.
Climate change: Prince William to make stark warning at star-studded award ceremony
The Prince of Wales has spoken of how proud he is of Prince William ahead of the first Earthshot award ceremony - reaffirming their joint father and son "commitment to the environment" and "restoring harmony between nature, people and planet".
Adele's 21 tops charts as best-selling women singers in UK revealed ahead of Amy Winehouse and Madonna
Adele's album 21 is the best-selling record by a woman in the UK.
COVID-19: Matt Hancock's new UN role helping African economies recover from coronavirus not going ahead
Matt Hancock's new job offer from the United Nations helping African economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic has been withdrawn.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could be sent back to prison 'at any time' after losing latest appeal in Iran
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has lost her latest appeal against her sentence in Iran, meaning she could be sent back to prison "at any time", with the foreign secretary condemning the latest move by Iranian forces.
Assisted dying: Man travelling to Switzerland to end his life says terminally ill have been 'failed' by UK law
A terminally ill man who is planning to travel to Switzerland to end his life within weeks has accused legislators of failing people on assisted dying laws.
Sir David Amess: Ex-parliamentary adviser says Yvette Cooper received 50 death threats a week
A former parliamentary adviser has said she is "not surprised" by the murder of Conservative MP Sir David Amess because she saw her MP receive around 50 death threats each week.