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Celebrities join Royals' emotional mental health campaign

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have stepped up their mental health campaign by commissioning a series of emotional videos they hope will encourage more people to talk.

Lloyd's set to choose Brussels as new EU base, according to reports

Lloyd's of London is reportedly poised to name Brussels as its new base in Europe.

Helicopter goes missing over Irish Sea with five people on board

The Coastguard is searching for a helicopter which has gone missing over the Irish Sea with five people on board.

Injured three-week-old baby dies after two arrested for attempted murder

A three-week-old baby at the centre of a police investigation has died in hospital.

HS2 derailed after engineering firm CH2M pulls out of £170m deal

An engineering firm has pulled out of a £170m deal to develop a section of the HS2 rail link amid concerns over alleged conflicts of interest.

Westminster attack: Family says victim Aysha Frade was 'ripped away' from them

The family of Westminster attack victim Aysha Frade says she was "ripped away" from them in the "cruellest and most cowardly of ways".

George Michael's funeral: Singer laid to rest at private ceremony

George Michael's family and close friends have said goodbye to the singer during a small, private funeral.

Hit-and-run suspect Aidan McAteer urged to return by his mother after girl dies

The mother of a man suspected of being involved in a hit-and-run crash in which a young girl died has pleaded with him to come home, saying: "He's running scared."

Car maker Vauxhall to end England sponsorship deal

Vauxhall has announced it will end its sponsorship of the England football team - just weeks after a deal was agreed to sell the car maker to the French company behind Peugeot.

Westminster terror attack a 'wake-up call' for encrypted messaging firms

The Westminster terror attack was "a wake-up call" to companies who run encrypted messaging sites, Britain's top cop has said.

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Marine A: Alexander Blackman could be out of jail in two weeks

Marine A: Alexander Blackman could be out of jail in two weeks

A former Royal Marine who shot and killed an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan could be released from prison in two weeks.

Man quizzed over death of British dancer in Australian strip club

Man quizzed over death of British dancer in Australian strip club

Police have questioned a man over the death of a British dancer at an Australian strip club.

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