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The royal has been in the US attending the Warrior Games, which features injured servicemen and women from the US, Canada and Australia
The former cabinet minister and his ex-wife have both been freed from prison after serving around a quarter of their eight-month sentences for swapping speeding points
The father of murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp said her killer should "serve his time and then be hung".
A forensic scientist said evidence found in the home of Mark Bridger indicated that schoolgirl April Jones may have been lying on his living room floor "shedding blood", a court heard.
Leading judges have said they are "acutely aware of the desperate situation" of those at the centre of "right-to-die" litigation at the Court of Appeal - but emphasised that the case could not be decided on the basis of "personal sympathy".
Disgraced former Cabinet minister Chris Huhne has repeated apologies for his wrongdoing, saying that prison had been a "humbling and sobering experience".
The Government is in talks with Scotland Yard about introducing water cannons to the force's arsenal.
One of Britain's most wanted fugitives has appeared in a Spanish court to face extradition charges.
The cousin of a father of two who was shot dead in a case of mistaken identity has appealed for witnesses to help police catch his "mindless" killer.
The TV Bafta awards belonged to Olivia Colman after the Broadchurch star picked up two awards for two very different roles.
A charity for injured servicemen and women has been awarded £100,000 from a fund set up by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Veteran actor Arnold Peters, who was known for his role as Jack Woolley in The Archers for more than 30 years, has died at the age of 87.