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Liverpool manager 'gutted' after Kiev flights cancelled
At least 1,000 Liverpool fans have had their hopes of watching their team play live in the Champions League final dashed in what the city's mayor Joe Anderson has called an "utter shambles".
Shankly family: 'Don't change anything' for Madrid
The family of legendary Liverpool manager Bill Shankly have urged Jurgen Klopp not to change his attacking philosophy ahead of tonight's Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Richard Branson reveals his astronaut training as space visit looms
Sir Richard Branson has said he is undergoing astronaut training and is just months away from being catapulted into space.
'Shellshocked': Slough couple net £21m lottery win
A couple from Slough have become multi-millionaires after scooping a £21m jackpot in the May 12 Lotto rollover draw.
Morbid obesity in Britain to double within 20 years
The number of morbidly obese people in England, Scotland and Wales is set to double over the next 20 years, according to a recent study.
Tate's first female director wants to make art 'for all'
As the first female head of the Tate museums, Maria Balshaw CBE has said we are "in a positive and generative moment" for women in the arts.
It's Love, Actually as Hugh Grant 'ties the knot' to TV producer
Actor Hugh Grant has reportedly married Swedish television producer Anna Eberstein at a low-key civil ceremony in London.
Meghan's tribute to California in coat of arms design
The coat of arms for the Duchess of Sussex features nods to her California upbringing, such as the state's flower and golden rays of sunshine.
Man, 95, arrested on suspicion of murder after death of carer
A 95-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after his carer died in hospital from head injuries.
Grenfell Tower fire: 'You do right by us and our children,' inquiry head told
The head of the Grenfell Tower inquiry has been urged by a bereaved family member to "do right by us and do right by our children".