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'Out-of-control' Chinese rocket set to crash back to Earth at unknown location in hours
Remnants from a Chinese rocket are expected to fall back to Earth in an uncontrolled re-entry this weekend.
COVID-19 vaccine blood clot fears: Under-40s to be offered alternative to AstraZeneca jab as advice changes
All under-40s are to be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine as a precaution.
Brazil: At least 25 killed, including an officer, in Rio de Janeiro police shootout with drug traffickers
At least 25 people, including a police officer, have died in a shootout with drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro.
COVID-19: BA owner lists four priorities for travel restart as losses ease
The parent firm of British Airways (BA) has demanded government action in "four key areas" to help facilitate the restart of foreign travel while revealing a reduction in first quarter losses.
'The Starship has landed': SpaceX finally completes successful test flight
SpaceX has finally nailed a test flight of the rocket ship that tech billionaire Elon Musk wants to use to send people to Mars.
Election results: Sir Keir Starmer says he takes 'full responsibility' as Labour support collapses in key contests
Sir Keir Starmer has said he takes "full responsibility" for Labour's defeat in the Hartlepool by-election, as an MP hit out at the "London-based bourgeoisie" he claims has captured the party with the "support of brigades of woke social media warriors".
Election results: PM hails 'very encouraging' wins as Conservatives win councils and a key by-election
Boris Johnson has said the election results so far are "very encouraging" and prove voters want his government "to get on with delivering" the levelling-up agenda.
Dominic Cummings blasts both Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer in tirade - and predicts how Labour could 'win next general election easy'
Boris Johnson's former chief adviser has raged against both the Conservatives and Labour, claiming neither are focused on "being a serious government".
Noel Clarke: Entertainment industry pens open letter calling for change following allegations against actor
An open letter signed by hundreds of members of the entertainment industry has called for a change in culture, in the wake of allegations made against Noel Clarke.
Julia James: Man sought by police after PCSO murder was seen in a 'very relevant location' to investigation, detectives say
Police investigating the murder of community support officer Julia James say a man they wish to speak to was seen in a "very relevant location".
Online Safety Bill ignoring 'epidemic of scams' faced by the UK, experts warn
New laws must be used to make sure online platforms protect their users from scams, the government has been warned.
Grenfell survivors 'horrified' after fire sweeps through east London tower block with same cladding
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster say they are "horrified" after a fire broke out at another tower block partially covered with the same cladding.
Josh fight: Crowds show up in US park for pool noodle battle to win rightful ownership of their name
Hundreds of people turned up to a US park for a heated pool noodle brawl to find out who is the rightful owner of the name Josh.
European Super League: Nine rebel clubs accept sanctions and commit their future to UEFA competitions
Nine of the football clubs who signed up to the breakaway European Super League have agreed to UEFA sanctions and committed to its international and national club competitions.
Welsh river runs white after milk tanker overturns
A river in Wales has turned white after a milk tanker overturned and spilled its contents into the water.
COVID-19: Portugal, Israel and Gibraltar among countries on green list for travel
People in England will be able to enjoy quarantine-free travel to more than a dozen countries and territories when international travel resumes later this month.