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Over £1m of jewels stolen during raid on London home while mother and children present.

Police are appealing for information after over £1m of jewels were stolen from a property in London.

Smoke shrouds Sydney’s skyline as wildfires burn in Australia.

Health experts have warned residents with medical conditions to remain indoors.

Fallout from Prince Andrew interview continues to dominate headlines.

Prince Andrew's sit-down still dominates the papers on Tuesday, with claims businesses and charities are threatening to sever ties with him.

Tuesday's weather: A chilly start for many

Tuesday will get off to a very chilly start with freezing fog in some areas.

Johnson vs Corbyn: Will style or substance win the day?.

The Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition will use every trick in the book to come out on top in Tuesday night’s ITV debate.

100 protesters surrounded by police at Hong Kong university.

City leader Carrie Lam said 600 people had left the Hong Kong Polytechnic campus, including 200 who are under 18 years old.

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Gerry Adams to appeal against prison escape convictions at UK Supreme Court.

The former Sinn Fein leader claims two convictions received in 1975 are unsafe because of legal flaws in the detention process.

Lawsuits by Michael Jackson accusers likely to be restored.

California court says lawsuits from James Safechuck and Wade Robson should be reconsidered.

‘Wearable glucose monitors may benefit people with diabetes and memory problems’.

The devices help people with diabetes manage their condition by reducing the need for finger-prick blood tests.

Medics to get day-in-the-life experience of bowel disease patients.

Doctors in Southampton first in the country to use new app

‘Flu symptoms’ could be serious heart condition, charity warns.

Lingering aches and pains could be signs of cardiomyopathy and myocarditis.

Greens promise £100bn a year to tackle climate change.

The party says the looming ‘climate emergency’ justifies a big increase in government borrowing.

Designer baby revolution less than two years away, research suggests.

Kevin Smith, of Abertay University, argues genetic modification is now safe enough to justify attempts.

Tories promise child killers will face life behind bars.

Conservatives say adults convicted of the premeditated murder of a child will face a whole life order with no parole.

Johnson and Corbyn head for TV election showdown

The Tory and Labour leaders will go head-to-head in the first televised debate of the campaign.

Charles and Camilla greeted with boisterous haka in Auckland.

Maori elders explained aspects of the welcome which saw a warrior lay down a dart in a challenge, or wero, to Charles.

Benefits of ‘social prescribing’ of exercise smaller than thought – researchers.

Any UK roll-out of of exercise referral schemes ‘needs to be rethought to maximise their effectiveness’, they warn.

William awards ‘royal seal of approval’ to variety performance hosts.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the annual charity event at the London Palladium.

Tory candidate suspended by party over online comments.

The Scottish Conservatives have withdrawn support for Aberdeen North candidate Ryan Houghton.

Trump administration says Israeli West Bank settlements are no longer illegal.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo repudiated a 1978 legal opinion that civilian settlements are ‘inconsistent with international law’.

UK Weather Forecast: Tuesday morning cold with fog. Dry for many.

Tuesday morning cold with fog. Dry for many.

Charlotte Bronte's miniature book 'returns home' for £511,000.

Charlotte, the oldest of the three sisters, wrote this in 1830 - 17 years before she wrote her greatest work, Jane Eyre.

John McDonnell accuses Tories of siding with the super rich.

The shadow chancellor says no one ‘needs or deserves’ to be a billionaire.

Boris Johnson sends questions in letter he claims Jeremy Corbyn has 'ducked' answering ahead of ITV head-to-head debate.

The PM requested his opponent deliver answers to four questions "at or ahead of the debate", which will be broadcast live at 8pm on ITV.

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'She's a hero, she saved his life': 13-year-old praised for diving over baby nephew during machete attack.

Geraldine's selfless actions left her critically injured, suffering a collapsed lung and 300 stitches, but the 11-month-old is unharmed.

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