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Luggage arrives in New York for couple who had to cancel trip after IT glitch

A couple who had to abandon their holiday to New York due to British Airways' systems failure say the airline has sent their luggage to the city days later.

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Husband cleared of killing unfaithful wife during row

A husband has been cleared of killing his unfaithful wife after she "flipped like The Hulk" during a furious row.

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Hundreds attend candlelight vigil for Manchester attack victims

Hundreds of mourners paid emotional tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack, exactly one week after Salman Abedi wrought death and destruction on the city.

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Manchester bomber 'only had minor criminal record as teenager'

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi had a "relatively minor" criminal record as a teenager but he was not known to police for holding extremist views.

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Police seeking to identify man whose body was found in sea

A man's body has been discovered in the sea off the Kent coast.

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Grime star could headline at Reading and Leeds, festival organiser says

Reading and Leeds Festivals may see their first grime headliner in the next few years, the event's organiser has said.

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Makeshift sleeping and eating arrangements for passengers affected by BA glitch

Stranded holidaymakers spent the night on yoga mats on airport floors as disruption from the British Airways system failure continued into a second day.

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200 drivers a day caught using mobile phones in weeks after crackdown

More than 200 drivers a day were caught using their mobile phones illegally in the wake of a major crackdown on the practice.

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Thousands stranded as British Airways grounds planes amid global IT crash

Thousands of holidaymakers were stranded after British Airways suffered a global IT crash, grounding scores of planes.

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Police to pay Sir Cliff Richard 'substantial' damages over raid

South Yorkshire Police have agreed to pay Sir Cliff Richard "substantial" damages after the singer sued following BBC reports naming him as a suspected sex offender, a High Court judge has been told.

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Exam board sorry for Shakespeare question error which may affect 14,000 students

An exam board has apologised after teenagers taking a GCSE English literature paper were faced with an error in a question about Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet.

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Gatwick passengers fly without luggage due to baggage system fault

Airline passengers embarking on an overseas bank holiday getaway were forced to travel without their luggage due to a baggage system problem at Gatwick Airport.

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Hundreds watch Changing of the Guard after pause due to Manchester bombing

Hundreds of tourists have watched the Changing of the Guard ceremonies at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.

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Heathrow bosses lose High Court fight over Crossrail access charges

Heathrow Airport chiefs have lost a High Court challenge over access charges they can can levy on Crossrail trains travelling to the airport.

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Ex-DJ Jonathan King charged with 18 sex attacks on boys

Former DJ Jonathan King has been charged with 18 sexual offences against nine teenage boys dating back to the 1970s and 1980s.

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Allegations of greed after BA outsourced IT jobs to India

British Airways has outsourced IT jobs to India, leading to allegations of greed by unions.

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Two charged with murder of 21-year-old man in Southampton

Police have charged two men from North Wales with the murder of a 21-year-old man in Southampton.

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Sir Cliff Richard and BBC bosses due to return to High Court

Sir Cliff Richard and BBC bosses are listed to return to the High Court three weeks after agreeing to pause a legal battle in the hope that a settlement could be reached.

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No explanation for killed passenger's decision to put head out of train window

Accident investigators found "no evidence" to explain why a passenger put his head out of a train window, which led to his death by colliding with a signal gantry.

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'No terror links' after men held for 'acting suspiciously' outside barracks

Police say there are no links with terrorism to the arrest of two men after a car was left unattended outside a barracks in Windsor.

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