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The first two Welsh swimmers to win gold medals for swimming in 40 years at the Commonwealth Games have said how having the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in the audience "gave us a boost".
Jazz Carlin, who won gold in the 800m freestyle and silver in 400m freestyle, said the team "wanted to put on a good show" for the royal couple.
A man has been tested for the deadly virus Ebola after flying into Birmingham Airport from Nigeria.
He was taken to hospital by ambulance on Monday ( 28th July) as a precautionary measure after complaining of feeling feverish when leaving the plane which had travelled from Benin via Paris.
– The Department of Health
Protecting the public from infectious diseases is a priority and we lead the world in this field. We are well-prepared to identify and deal with any potential cases of Ebola, though there has never been a case in this country.
Any patients with suspected symptoms can be diagnosed within 24 hours and they would also be isolated at a dedicated unit to keep the public safe. Our specialist staff are also working with the World Health organisation to help tackle the outbreak in Africa.”
Three people have been killed in a car bomb blast in Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt's state-run Nile Television says.
Another state news outlet, Al-Ahram, quoted a police officer who said those killed were inside the car and were likely to have been on their way to carry out a "terrorist operation".
Energy distribution companies will face financial penalties if they fail to put in place measures to help vulnerable customers, the energy regulator has said.
"Our annual customer satisfaction survey focuses companies’ attention on this important area and poor performers will face financial penalties," Ofegem said.
It comes alongside plans to make companies invest in maintaining and upgrading the local electricity network.
Ofgem has also brought in stricter targets for firms to make sure new customers such as businesses and housing developments can get connected to the network more quickly.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt risked the wrath of Glasgow after reportedly saying that the Commonwealth Games in the city were "a bit s***".
According to the Times, the world record-holding runner said he was "not really" having fun in Scotland and thought "the Olympics were better".
Earlier, Bolt had tweeted following his meeting with the Royals, saying it was "honourable" meeting with Prince Harry.
Barclays has announced its adjusted pre-tax profits are down 7% for the first half of the year to £3,35 million.
The drop was largely down to currency movements and a fall in profitability for its investment arm, the bank said.
Israel's military claims Hamas fighters in Gaza have been concealing weapons and entrances to tunnels underneath five mosques, which it says were targeted overnight.
Terrorists in Gaza used 5 mosques to hide weapons and house tunnel access shafts. Our aircraft targeted these sites overnight.
Households will see an average of £12 a year come off their bill under price control plans for the companies that run Britain's local electricity network.
Energy network companies will have to pay £17bn to upgrade and maintain the network under proposals put forward by industry regulator Ofgem.
Ofgem sets price controls for the companies to limit the amount they can collect from customers' bills and incentivise them to improve their services.
The regulator rejected price control plans from five of the six energy distribution companies, saying they did not represent value for money for consumers.
Energy providers will have to improve their services by "£12 a year less" than they normally would and then pass those savings on to consumers, OfGem have announced.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain OfGem's Maxine Frerk, said the changes should come into force "from next April" and savings "should flow into customer's bills from that point".
Misbehaving bankers could be forced to repay bonuses from previous years under plans set to be unveiled by the Bank of England, according to the BBC.
It could mean bonuses paid out as long as seven years ago being returned, even if they were paid in shares and have already been cashed and spent.
The BoE had already warned in March that bankers could face clawbacks for "misbehaviour", including if their bank registered big losses.
Reports at the time suggested bonuses from up to six years ago would be at risk, though that appears to have been extended to seven years.
Another previous suggestion had been to cancel promised bonuses, but the Bank's position appears to have hardened.