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Jack Charlton: England 1966 World Cup hero dies at 85
England World Cup hero and Leeds United legend Jack Charlton has died.
Jack Charlton: Tributes paid to former England footballer and Ireland manager
Football clubs, sports stars and politicians have paid tribute to former England footballer and Ireland manager Jack Charlton, who has died aged 85.
Jack Charlton: How football legend captured hearts on both sides of the Irish sea
Few have won the affection of football fans in quite the same way as Jack Charlton.
Coronavirus: PM urges people to go back to work as he backs more facemask use
Boris Johnson has served notice that tougher rules on wearing face masks could be on the way, as he appealed to people working from home to go back to work.
One-year-old boy in serious condition after falling from Birmingham flat window
A one-year-old boy is in a serious condition in hospital after falling from the window of an upstairs flat in a YMCA building in Birmingham.
Coronavirus: Revellers told 'lives depend' on sticking to social distancing rules
Revellers are being urged to remember the importance of social distancing as pubs gear up for the second weekend of trade since the lifting of lockdown measures.
Madeleine McCann: Christian B twice slipped through net of Portuguese investigators
The main suspect in the Madeleine McCann case twice slipped through the net of Portuguese investigators, court documents and witness testimony suggest.
Nora Anne Quoirin death: Family welcome decision to hold inquest in Malaysia
The family of a London teenager found dead after she disappeared from a Malaysian nature resort last year have welcomed the news that an inquest is to be held.
Skeleton of 'murdered' Iron Age man found during HS2 works in Buckinghamshire
The skeleton of a man with his hands tied - believed to be a murder victim from the Iron Age - has been discovered by archaeologists working on the HS2 project.
Mike Skinner: 'I can enjoy the past more knowing I have something people want to hear now'
"It felt a little bit like just pure nostalgia, which is enjoyable but it's also a bit worrying," says Mike Skinner, thoughtfully. "I think no one wants to totally dwell on the past."