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Donald Trump's 'knees don't buckle' and he will not take a plea deal in face of criminal charges, says lawyer
Donald Trump's lawyer has said the former president's "knees don't buckle" and there is "zero" chance he will take a plea deal in the face of criminal charges.
Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan cleared of racism charge
Ashes-winning former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan has had the racism charge against him dismissed.
Aristocrat and her partner facing Old Bailey trial over baby daughter's death
An aristocrat and her partner are facing an Old Bailey trial over the death of their baby daughter.
Suffolk: Two boys, aged 14 and 15, arrested on suspicion of murder after 82-year-old woman died in a robbery
Two boys, aged 14 and 15, have been arrested on suspicion of murder after an 82-year-old woman died after a robbery at her home in Suffolk.
Gladiators star Falcon dies aged 59: Tributes paid to 'most lovely' ballerina-turned-bodybuilder
Bernadette Hunt, who starred as Falcon in the hit 90s competitive sports combat game show Gladiators, has died aged 59.
Oscar Pistorius 'not remorseful or rehabilitated', Reeva Steenkamp's mother says ahead of parole hearing
The mother of Reeva Steenkamp has said Oscar Pistorius is "not remorseful or rehabilitated" ahead of a parole hearing that will decide if he will be freed from prison after he shot and killed his girlfriend in 2013.
Trade secretary Kemi Badenoch says palm oil is 'great product' after deal criticised for endangering orangutans
International Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch has said palm oil is "a great product" after the new UK-Indo-Pacific trade deal was criticised for aiding the destruction of orangutan habitats.
Paul O'Grady's husband shares last picture they took together
Paul O'Grady's husband Andre Portasio has shared the last photo the couple took together, showing them sat on a boat in front of a blue sea and smiling at the camera.
Police appeal after puppies and sprocker spaniel taken in separate thefts
Officers are appealing for information after a number of dogs were stolen in separate incidents in Scotland's northeast.
UK house prices suffer biggest annual decline since 2009
House prices fell by 3.1% year-on-year in March, marking the biggest annual decline since July 2009, Nationwide Building Society said.
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