The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, one of the toughest ocean challenges, ended at St Katherine Docks today
Sudha Kheterpal's 'shaker' uses a system of magnets that generate power as it's being played.
An online film archive gives a rare glimpse at life in wartime Britain.
The Queen has joined British veterans at Bayeux cemetery in Normandy, to honour those who took part in the D-Day landings 70 years ago.
David Cameron said he felt a mixture of "awe and gratitude" as he met veterans of the D-Day landings at a memorial service in Bayeux.
The Prime Minister said it was "incredibly moving" to be at the events in Normandy and it was "humbling" for people of his generation who had not had to do anything like the heroic actions of June 6, 1944.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived at a cemetery in Colleville-Sur-Mer to attend a memorial service for American veterans.
The Foreign Office said that they are " aware" of reports that a body has been found in Malaysia. In a statement, a Foreign Office spokesperson said: "We are aware that a body has been found and are looking into it".
A body has been found in Malaysia near to the place where missing Briton Gareth Huntley was last seen, ITV News understands. The body is believed to have been located two kilometres inside the jungle.
Westminster City Council’s Trading Standards team have seized almost 5,500 cigarettes after joining forces with HM Revenue and Customs investigators to inspect shops allegedly selling illegal tobacco. Their secret weapons? Two spaniels called Bradley and Buster.
The teams visited 3 different shops in Westminster last week. A 5-year-old Springer Spaniel, Bradley, and a 15-month-old Cocker Spaniel, Buster, sniffed out cigarettes that ‘raised questions’ at all the shops.
Some of the cigarettes didn’t have the correct health warnings on them. Others had been bought abroad and hadn’t had the right duty paid on them.