The owners of an independent store in Kent say their shop will rise from the ashes after it was destroyed by a huge blaze.
The Webbs described the loss of their family-run kitchen and cookware shop as being like a death in the family. But they say they will re-open the store, which has had a presence in the town since 1925. Sarah Saunders reports.
More top news
A ceremony has been held in Portsmouth aboard HMS Victory to mark the 212th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar.
Trail hunting, where a scent is laid for hounds and the hunt to follow, has been widely practised since the 2005 ban on fox hunting.
Oxbridge is failing to improve its levels of diversity when it comes to the students who attend Oxford and Cambridge university.