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The dog that attacked Frankie MacRitchie in a caravan at a holiday park was put down this week.
The party stalwart blames its poor leadership, Brexit "duplicity" and the anti-Semitism row for his decision.
She helped the group sell more than £2.7m of cocaine with her son directing operations from prison.
Protesters have described the commemoration at Westminster Abbey as "completely inappropriate".
The climate change group deletes advice saying "most prison officers are black and wish you no harm".
The world's largest economy added 263,000 jobs in April, while the jobless rate fell to 3.6%.
The UK's tax authority is deleting recordings of taxpayers' voices that broke privacy rules.
A chance spot by film producers led Peter Mayhew to go from hospital porter to Star Wars Wookiee.
David Gilbert extends his lead over four-time champion John Higgins to 10-6 after the second session of their World Championship semi-final.
Britain's Lizzie Deignan finishes in the pack in the opening stage of the women's Tour de Yorkshire, continuing her return after childbirth, as Lorena Wiebes won in Bedale.
UK grime artist and Liverpool fan Big Zuu reps his club's Premier League title chances in a 90-second freestyle.
Locals have been left bemused after the water in a Highland loch started to vanish.
Plans for the Isle of Wight church include building on graves interred as recently as 2012.
The funeral of the Celtic and Scotland football legend is taking place in Glasgow.
The foreign secretary attacks "political correctness" as report warns the religion could "disappear".
Arsenal beat Valencia 3-1 in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final but they still cannot be trusted, says ex-Gunners defender Lee Dixon.
Thea Lauryn Chippendale was told her outfit looked "awful" by a man she matched with on a dating app.
A student is left with a bleed on the brain when a driver veers across a road in north London.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says goalkeeper David de Gea will keep his place for Sunday's trip to Huddersfield.
The video-sharing site has deleted videos of citizen's arrests made by Stephen Dure.