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Pippa scales Matterhorn in memory of fiance's brother

Pippa Middleton and fiance James Matthews pictured at Wimbledon

Pippa Middleton has successfully scaled one of the most challenging mountains in Europe in memory of her fiance's late brother.

5:14am Sunday 31 July 2016

UK terror attack is when, not if - Met chief Sir Bernard

Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has warned that a terror attack in the UK is a case of "when, not if".

5:13am Sunday 31 July 2016

Concern as cost of liver disorder drug increases by 600%

The British Liver Trust said some pharmacies have been reluctant to dispense the drug due to the hikes

Patients have raised concern after the cost to the NHS of a life-saving drug for people with a rare genetic liver disorder rocketed by around 600% in two years.

3:39am Sunday 31 July 2016

Boost for endangered giraffe species after calf born at Port Lympne reserve

Giraffes at Port Lympne

A critically endangered female giraffe has been born at an animal park in Kent.

3:39am Sunday 31 July 2016

The end is nigh for Game Of Thrones with eighth season to be the last

Game Of Thrones will end after its eighth series (Sky/PA)

Game Of Thrones will end after its eighth season, broadcaster HBO has said.

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016

Theresa May announces new crackdown on modern slavery

Theresa May is making more funds available for the crackdown on modern slavery

The battle against modern slavery in Britain is to get a £33 million boost, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced.

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016

Abolish triple-lock pension protection - ex-minister

Baroness Altmann says the cost of keeping the safeguard in place would be 'enormous' after 2020

The triple-lock protection for state pensions should be abolished, the former junior minister responsible for the benefits has urged.

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016

Theresa May 'raised objections' to Hinkley Point deal during coalition - Cable

A CGI image of Hinkley Point C (EDF Energy/PA)

Prime Minister Theresa May raised objections to the Hinkley Point nuclear deal during the coalition government, Lib Dem ex-business secretary Sir Vince Cable has claimed.

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016

Sir Philip Green hits back at 'kangaroo court' probing BHS collapse

Sir Philip Green said there had been "real progress" with the pension regulator towards a solution to the BHS pension fund but stressed he was under "no legal liability"

Ex-BHS boss Sir Philip Green has accused Frank Field of turning a parliamentary inquiry into the collapse of the high street chain into a "kangaroo court".

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016

Football book next for Jilly Cooper, author of blockbuster novels

Jilly Cooper has decided her next book will be about football

Author Jilly Cooper is best known for her raunchy novels featuring rural locations and countryside pursuits but she has decided her next book will be about football.

12:20am Sunday 31 July 2016
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