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Man who filmed burning Grenfell Tower model cleared of malicious communication
A father-of-two who filmed a cardboard Grenfell Tower model burning on a bonfire has been acquitted of malicious communication.
Bank holiday weekend travel chaos warning with a record 8.6m Brits to get away
Travel chaos is expected this bank holiday weekend as more Britons than ever battle gridlocked roads and rail engineering works to enjoy what could be a record heatwave.
Two Britons die from Legionnaires' disease after staying at the same Bulgarian hotel
Two British holidaymakers, who stayed at the same hotel in Bulgaria, have died from Legionnaires' disease shortly after returning to the UK.
Migrants rescued from Channel: Witness says more than 50 picked up
Dozens of migrants have been rescued along the south coast, with one witness telling Sky News more than 50 people were picked up.
Birmingham: Boy, 10, dies after he is found unconscious at property
A 10-year-old boy has died after being found unconscious at a property in Birmingham.
Hong Kong consulate employee 'detained for soliciting prostitutes'
A British consulate employee detained in China was arrested for soliciting prostitutes, the country's state-backed Global Times newspaper has said.
GCSE results: Proportion of pupils getting top grades in 'tougher' subjects rises
The proportion of pupils getting the top GCSE grades has risen slightly for a second year in a row.
Libby Squire: Man held over student's murder released under investigation
A 25-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering student Libby Squire has been released under investigation, say police.
Former Blue Peter star John Leslie denies sexual assault
Former Blue Peter presenter John Leslie has denied sexually assaulting a woman more than 10 years ago.
Cuadrilla suspends fracking at Lancashire site after biggest tremor yet
Cuadrilla has suspended fracking at Britain's only shale gas exploration site after it recorded its biggest tremor yet.