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In Pictures: Crowds left in tears as Queen returns home one last time

Thousands lined the streets and flocked to Buckingham Palace to pay their respects before Her Majesty Lies in State today.

Jet2 and EasyJet delay summer flights has decided to extend its suspension of all flights and holidays including Jersey until 23rd June 2021.

Sarah, Duchess of York’s debut novel to be published by Mills & Boon

The story, Her Heart For A Compass, will be released by the romantic fiction publishers in the summer.

Canary Islands, Maldives, Mykonos and Denmark taken off travel quarantine list

Brits travelling back to the UK from the Canary Islands, Maldives, Mykonos and Denmark will no longer have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Thais grieve for late king at royal cremation ceremony

The cremation of the much-loved King Bhumibol, after a year of mourning, is the most important part of a funeral that spans five days.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe and actress Erin Darke welcome first child

The 33-year-old actor has welcomed his first child with partner Erin Darke, whom he met while filming Kill Your Darlings in 2013.

Handcuffed suspect steals patrol car and leads police chase in Oklahoma

Following a police pursuit, the video shows two officers apprehending the suspect and taking her into custody.

Lee Durrell made Honorary Citizen of Corfu

The Director of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust has now been made an Honorary Citizen on the island where her husband grew up.

Hampshire actress and Dibley star Emma dies at 53

Friends and colleagues have been paying tribute to actress Emma Chambers, famous for her role as Alice in The Vicar of Dibley.

Password blank and the wrong shoes: The woes of showbiz success

Double celebrations for Derry Girls as Siobhan McSweeney and show honoured at Baftas.

Climate change is ruining Madagascar - you can see it in their children's faces

For generations, thousands have lived in harmony with the land and the sea in Madagascar - but that's all changing at an alarming rate.

Mixing Covid vaccines gives robust immune response, study finds

People who received a first dose of the Pfizer or AZ vaccine followed by a second dose of the Moderna or Novavax vaccines still had a robust immune response.

The Dartmoor photographer behind famous Falklands image 'The Yomper'

On 40th anniversary of the Falklands War, a Devon photographer remembers the moment he took a now famous images

Rare Roman wooden figure uncovered by HS2 archaeologists in Buckinghamshire

The figure, cut from a single piece of wood, stands at 67cm tall and is 18cm wide.

No Time To Die: James Bond producers say search to replace Craig has not begun

The producers of the James Bond franchise have revealed that the search to replace him is not yet underway.

Archaeologists discover hundreds of rare coins from Iron Age on HS2 route

Under British law, the find could be recognised as “treasure” and acquired by a museum.

Labour wants bookies to pay for addicts' NHS treatment

Tom Watson will outline plans to force bookmakers "driven by greed" to pay a new levy to help fund NHS treatment of problem gamblers.

New strikes expected on Southern

Rail passengers face "a summer of discontent" if train companies and the Government try to introduce more driver only trains.

This legendary Welsh show was watched by 10m people

As we mark 60 years of independent television in Wales, we look back of one of its earliest hits.

Volunteers needed to run historic island in Bristol Channel

The Kenneth Allsop Memorial Trust are looking for a new Chair and Company Secretary to help preserve the island.