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Thomas van Straubenzee, 38, a lifelong friend of Prince William, tied the knot with Lucy Lanigan-O'Keeffe, 32, a teacher at Charlotte and Prince George's school, Thomas's Battersea.
Britons desperate for a foreign break this summer have set their sights on popular destinations in Greece, such as Crete, Corfu and Santorini.
Christian Brueckner's lawyer claims that he is certain his client will not go on trial. Brueckner, 43, is prime suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, three, from Praia da Luz in 2007.
It follows a busy day for Southend's coastguard
From all over the world, people have shared their most hilarious laundry fails in a gallery collated by Bored Panda, including a woman from Bruges whose clothes were turned red by a stray crayon.
Figures from the British Transport Police show just a fifth of the 28,964 people who have been spoken to by its officers in mid-July were told to leave the transport network for not wearing a face covering.
A Detainee Operations Manager last night claimed at least five prisons could be 'restructured' to provide short-term accommodation for the tide of migrants being intercepted as they cross the Channel.
WRAP, a UK government food waste watchdog, has published a comprehensive guide on which food should go in the cupboard and which belongs in the fridge.
Mayor Daphné Dumery has closed Blankenberge beach to day-trippers today following the incident, saying the town needs a 'time-out'.
BP chief executive Bernard Looney, 49, reiterated his pledge to make his firm a net zero carbon company by 2050, as well as invest £3.8billion in low-carbon projects this decade.
Banks are facing a 'second wave' of payment protection insurance (PPI) pay-outs It comes after a series of court rulings found the policies, sold to millions of Britons, were 'unfair', reports The Times.
Tents were seen dotted along the sea front in Bournemouth this morning as temperatures are expected to rise to 91F (33C). Yesterday brought sunseekers out in their droves.
Her body was found on Thursday (August 6)
Police shut down an illegal rave attended by around 500 people last night in Epping Forest after residents, who were kept awake by the loud music, filed eight noise complaints.
The Yorkshire Museum began the hunt for the best object on Twitter and started the search with its own contribution - an eighth century Anglo-Saxon helmet.
Simon Cowell has been hospitalized after falling off his bike. He was rushed to hospital on Saturday when he fell from his new electric bicycle whilst taking it for a test drive at his house in Malibu.
Police are on the scene
Psychotherapists and life coaches from across the UK have spoken to FEMAIL about their top tips for helping to alleviate any anxiety ahead of returning to work.
"For the first time ever, the world's largest companies are telling hundreds of thousands of workers to stay away from the office for a full year, or longer," notes the Atlantic. "If, in five years, these edicts have no lingering effects on office culture, that would be awfully strange..." Ambitious engineers, media makers, marketers, PR people, and others may be more inclined to strike out on their own, in part because they will, at some point, look around at their living room and realize: I am alone, and I might as well monetize the fact of my independence. A new era of entrepreneurship may be born in America, supercharged by a dash of social-existential angst. Or, you know, maybe not. If companies find that remote work is a mess, they might decide to prematurely scrap the experiment, like IBM and Yahoo famously did. It is certainly curious that the most prestigious tech companies now proclaiming the future of working from home were, just seven months ago, outfitting their offices with the finest sushi bars, yoga rooms, and massage rooms... Nothing is certain, and every new trend incurs a backlash. Telepresence could crush some downtown businesses; but cheaper downtown real estate could also lead to a resurgence in interesting new restaurants. Working from home could lead to more free-agent entrepreneurship; but if companies notice that they're bleeding talent, they'll haul their workforces back to headquarters. Still, even a moderate increase in remote work could lead to fundamental changes in our labor force, economy, and politics. Remote workers will spend more money and time inside their houses; they will spend more time with online communities than with colleagues; and many will distribute themselves across the country, rather than feel it necessary to cluster near semi-optional headquarters.
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Gavin Williamson is under pressure to get children back to school after a Public Health England study of 20,000 students and 100 institutions found little evidence of transmission in schools.