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William and Kate will learn about the work of a range of charities and businesses

William and Kate make day trip to Cornwall

The scene of the crash in Lennard Road, Penge, south-east London

Car chased by police mows down family leaving woman and boy dead

Junior doctors are to stage further industrial action

Junior doctors to strike for five days in September over new contract

Lord Myners has claimed institutional investors are driven by the short term

Shareholder committee 'would cut pay gap between boardroom and front-line staff'

People attend a vigil in Harlow to pay tribute to Arkadiusz Jozwik

Vigil held for Polish man killed in Harlow in show of solidarity

The Bake Off contestants

Louise crumbles under pressure of biscuit week in Great British Bake Off

Jeremy Corbyn is fighting Owen Smith for the Labour leadership.

Jeremy Corbyn pledges to reach out to alienated female MPs amid equality push

The report found voters felt both the Leave and Remain campaigns turned increasingly negative as the race wore on

Voters 'ill-informed by misleading and negative Brexit campaigns'

Cancer Research UK said one in three children will finish primary school either overweight or obese

One in three will leave primary school overweight or obese, cancer charity warns

Theresa May is chairing the first meeting of a Cabinet committee on social reform.

PM in new pledge to 'make life easier' for majority 'who just about manage'

Victims of crime face a postcode lottery over the availability of "restorative" justice schemes that bring them into contact with offenders, a Commons report has found.

'Postcode lottery' over schemes that help victims and offenders make contact

Viewers will risk prosecution and a £1,000 fine if they download or watch programmes on iPlayer without a TV licence.

BBC closing TV licence loophole for iPlayer catch-up service

The BBC said the licence fee was great value for money

Call to scrap licence fee and BBC One as report urges 'much smaller' corporation

The United Airlines flight from Houston, Texas, to London Heathrow had to be diverted to Shannon Airport

Passenger tells of '1,000ft drops' after severe turbulence hits US-London flight

The Bake Off contestants

Louise crumbles under pressure of biscuit week in Great British Bake Off

Aerial shot shows the devastation the Didcot Power Station site.

Body found in Didcot power station rubble six months after collapse

Polish workers like these taking in the apple harvest may not be recorded.

European migrants working in UK 'significantly higher' than official data

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Junior doctors are to stage further industrial action

Junior doctors to strike for five days in September over new contract

Police at the scene in Lennard Road, Penge

Woman and boy dead after car chased by police crashes into family

Laura Whitmore and Ed Balls at the launch of Strictly Come Dancing 2016

Ed Balls: My Strictly partner will need a lot of patience

Police said the boy died from his injuries at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle

Police name dinghy teenager who died after sea rescue

Tom Jackson died after being critically injured as he tried to save a fellow backpacker in Australia (YouCaring/PA)

Backpacker's family hail bravery of fellow Briton who died after bid to save her

Michael O'Leary has described the EU ruling as "bizarre"

Apple tax row: Irish government should tell EU to f**k off, says Michael O'Leary

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Doctors have been warned over fake sick notes

Fake sick notes warning as software makes it easier to create convincing copy

A consultant analysing a mammogram, as research found that 2.5% of patients with breast cancer who had chemotherapy died within 30 days

Nineteen NHS trusts to review chemotherapy over high death rates

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The motorcycle lying on the ground under a collapsed bridge on the M20 in Kent

M20 bridge collapse biker tells of lucky escape

Neil Rix, the mayor of Dover, features in the footage on YouTube

I will not stand down, says mayor filmed snorting substance in toilet

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Nationally, 36% of people had not seen a police officer or PCSO on foot in their areas in the last year, the survey found

One in three people not seen bobby on beat in last year, poll reveals

Paul Flynn said the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority was an expensive flop

Replace MPs' expenses with allowance, Labour frontbencher says

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Owen Smith said there should not be another independence referendum but that it is a matter for the Scottish people

Labour contender Owen Smith would not oppose second independence referendum

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Lord Dannatt said his son Bertie had suffered mental health problems after taking two doses of Lariam before visiting Africa

I would not take malaria drug Lariam, says ex-Army head

Sir Cliff Richard was never arrested or charged and the case was discontinued by the Crown Prosecution Service on the grounds of insufficient evidence

Challenge to decision not to prosecute Sir Cliff Richard in abuse case

The Gym Group reported a 19.4% surge in members over the first half and now has 424,000 people on its books

Gym Group muscles in with rise in profit and revenue

The average UK property value is now £206,145, after climbing by 5.6% annually, Nationwide Building Society said

House price growth accelerates to new high in August, says Nationwide

Online gaming firm 888 Holdings said it is "exposed to political and regulatory risk as regards Brexit"

Euro 2016 helps 888 Holdings score record revenue

Jeremy Corbyn is fighting Owen Smith for the Labour leadership

Jeremy Corbyn pledges to reach out to alienated female MPs amid equality push

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Theresa May holds a cabinet meeting at Chequers

Relationship with EU must be 'unique to UK' and deliver 'positive' trade outcome

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People attend a vigil in Harlow to pay tribute to Arkadiusz Jozwik

Vigil held for Polish man killed in Harlow in show of solidarity

A rise in prison violence has led to a fall in the number of frontline officers, says the Howard League for Penal Reform

Soaring prison violence 'causing drop in number of frontline officers'

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Almost a third of nursery and school staff said they had heard a child label themselves fat

Children as young as three 'worry about being fat or ugly'

The Fabian Society called for austerity to be overhauled in order to cut inequality in the 2020s

Think-tank urges social security overhaul amid dire inequality predictions

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Business confidence dropped in August but was up on the levels seen immediately after the Brexit vote, according to the Lloyds Bank index

Businesses show flicker of confidence after post-Brexit vote slump

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A parliamentary report called for better employment protections for mothers

'Unacceptable level of discrimination' against pregnant women in workplace

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The ASA concluded the ad was "irresponsible"

Captain Morgan rum ad banned for implying alcohol boosts confidence

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Former Crimewatch presenter Rav Wilding who is suing the production company behind Splash! (Irwin Mitchell /PA)

Rav Wilding sues makers of Splash! after diving injury 'changed my life'

Police are investigating whether the incident can be considered a hate crime

Sixth arrest made as police probe death of Polish man in possible hate crime

A Downing Street spokesman said there was "no legal obligation" for Prime Minister Theresa May to consult Parliament before invoking Article 50

Parliament 'will have its say on Brexit process'

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A man dressed like the Statue of Liberty attends a protest against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership in Hannover (AP)

No EU-US trade deal during Obama presidency, Francois Hollande says

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Thomas Jackson died after being critically injured as he tried to save a fellow backpacker (YouCaring/PA)

Family in tribute to 'darling' son after Australia hostel knife attack hero dies

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