Charles ‘was there for us’ when Diana died, Prince Harry says

Prince Harry has paid tribute to the Prince of Wales for the care he showed to his sons in the aftermath of Diana, Princess of Wales’ death, describing how he was “there for us”.

Kensington and Chelsea Council's leader vowed to spend 'every penny' of its vast reserves on rehousing those affected by the Grenfell fire if necessary (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Grenfell Tower fire survivors take up nine offers of permanent homes

Nine offers of permanent accommodation have been accepted by Grenfell survivors whose homes were destroyed, while one household has already moved in to a new home.

Twenty-one children have been taken to hospital following a crash involving a school bus and a car which left a driver seriously injured (Peter Byrne/PA)

21 children taken to hospital after school bus collides with car

Twenty-one children have been taken to hospital following a crash involving a school bus and a car which left a driver seriously injured.

A pipe bomb was found in the man's hand luggage at Manchester Airport (Martin Rickett/PA)

Man who was found with pipe bomb in luggage at airport jailed for 18 years

A man has been jailed for 18 years for possessing an explosive with intent to endanger life after a pipe bomb was found in his hand luggage at Manchester Airport.

Firms mistakenly returning its 12-sided replacement (Liam McBurney/PA)

Round pound removal hampered by new coins return

A Government push to phase out the old pound coin is being hampered by firms mistakenly returning its 12-sided replacement.

The Home Office apologised after letters were wrongly sent to EU nationals warning them they face detention (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

Home Office apologises after EU nationals threatened with detention and removal

The Home Office has apologised after around 100 letters were wrongly sent to EU nationals warning them they face detention and removal from the UK.

The plans are aimed at helping the Conservatives win back younger voters lost to Labour (Steve Parsons/PA)

Tories urged to embrace tax policies to woo younger voters

Scrapping tax on flights for under-30s could help the Conservatives win back younger voters lost to Labour, a free market think tank has said.

Charlie Alliston crashed into 44-year-old Kim Briggs as she crossed a street  in east London (Lauren Hurley/PA)

Widower urges new laws after cyclist found guilty of wanton and furious driving

A grieving widower has called for new laws to tackle “irresponsible and reckless” cyclists after a former courier was convicted of knocking down and killing his wife while riding an illegal bike.

Health leaders are encouraging people to walk more (Kirsty O'Connor/PA)

Six million adults fail to walk briskly for 10 minutes each month

Shocking levels of inactivity among middle-aged people have been exposed in new research which revealed that more than six million English adults do not even manage a brisk 10-minute walk each month.

A new paper sets out a range of alternative models for dealing with legal disputes ( Lauren Hurley/PA)

European Court could have jurisdiction over UK law during Brexit transition

The European Court of Justice could continue to exercise jurisdiction over UK law during the transition to Brexit, under the terms of a new position paper published by the Government.

Gangs of migrants have been involved in multiple brawls on roads approaching Calais (Chris Radburn/PA)

‘Marauding migrants’ putting UK lorry drivers in danger, haulage body warns

UK lorry drivers are being put at risk by violent clashes in Calais, according to an industry body.

Cars washed into the river Faughan in Drumahoe, Londonderry, after heavy rain (Niall Carson/PA)

Dozens rescued from cars in flash floods after heavy rain

A major clear-up operation is under way in the north-west of Ireland and Northern Ireland after heavy rain left a trail of destruction.

The head of Kensington and Chelsea Council Elizabeth Campbell was heckled at the latest public meeting (Ben Stevens/PA)

Hecklers urge council leader to quit amid Grenfell Tower tensions

The leader of the council at the heart of the Grenfell Tower disaster faced fresh calls to resign during a fraught public meeting.

Scotland's deficit fell amid an increase in oil and gas revenues, according to new figures (Danny Lawson/PA)

Scotland’s deficit drops to £13.3bn, government figures show

Scotland’s deficit has been cut to £13.3 billion over the past year, according to new statistics.

Prince George will start his education at a busy and slightly chaotic school (Andrew Milligan/PA)

Prince George to start at ‘busy, slightly chaotic’ school

Prince George will be going to a “busy” and “slightly chaotic” London school where the cosmopolitan capital is reflected in the 19 different languages spoken in pupils’ homes, according to a schools guide.

The PM met survivors to discuss concerns over the handling of the aftermath of the fire at Grenfell Tower (Rick Findler/PA)

Management body stripped of Grenfell responsibility as May admits response flaws

Theresa May admitted there were flaws in the response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy as she confirmed that the organisation responsible for the high-rise building was being stripped of responsibility for the estate where it is located.

Police at the site of Flamefest in Tunbridge Wells, Kent (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Death of man after fetish festival not suspicious, say police

The death of a man following a festival featuring “fetish play equipment” and an outdoor dungeon is not being treated as suspicious, police said.

School leaders warned GCSE reforms were already causing teenagers more stress and anxiety (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Small percentage of English and maths GCSEs likely to register highest mark

Just a small percentage of English and maths GCSEs are likely to achieve a 9 this summer, as new grades are awarded for the first time.

People receive care at home for a number of reasons including getting help with day-to-day tasks (Joe Giddens/PA)

Report: Home care ‘in a fragile state’ with some workers ‘unable to boil an egg’

People who receive care at home have described going two weeks without a shower, getting their evening meal at 3.30pm and receiving care from workers who are “unable to boil an egg” in a new report.

West Midlands Police say that if any of the 18 men break the injunction they can be arrested (Joe Giddens/PA)

‘Unique’ ruling bans rival gang members from associating or making music videos

Eighteen men from two notorious crime gangs have been banned from associating with each other or participating in music videos that promote gang-related violence following a landmark court ruling.

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