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Sir Bruce Forsyth: Television legend dies aged 89
Veteran TV entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth has died at the age of 89, his family has said.
Stephen Hawking spars with Jeremy Hunt over NHS
Stephen Hawking has criticised the Conservative Government for its handling of the NHS and accused Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt of "abusing" science.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: Tributes to 'king of TV and prince of performers'
Strictly Come Dancing presenters Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly have paid tribute to "gentleman and true legend" Sir Bruce Forsyth.
Brucie Bonus: The catchphrases he was known for
Sir Bruce Forsyth was as famous for his game show catchphrases as he was for his years as a performer and entertainer.
British child missing after Barcelona terror attack
A British child caught up in the Barcelona terror attack is missing, Theresa May has said.
Michael Barrymore entitled to substantial damages over wrongful arrest
Entertainer Michael Barrymore has won a high court compensation battle with Essex Police and could be awarded millions of pounds in compensation.
Fresh wave of rail strikes planned for start of September
Workers at three separate rail companies will walk out over a long-running dispute about staffing on the network, the RMT union has announced.
Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen expecting fourth baby
Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen has revealed she is pregnant with their fourth child.
Heineken deal to buy Punch pub chain cleared by regulators
The takeover of Punch Taverrns, one of the biggest deals in the UK pubs sector for several years, is set to go ahead after the competition watchdog accepted undertakings from buyer Heineken.
Weak pound helps boost UK tourist numbers
The weakness in the value of sterling has helped to boost the number of tourists visiting the UK, with official figures showing that foreign visits to Britain increased to 3.5 million in June.
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