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Flights delayed after lightning strike at Stansted Airport
Flights are delayed at Stansted Airport after lightning hit the aircraft fuelling system, leaving planes unable to refuel.
Thunderstorms deliver more than 60,000 lightning strikes across UK
Electric storms have swept through the UK, creating dramatic skyscapes worthy of a Hollywood film.
Mutiny Festival cancelled as 'safety precaution' after man and woman die
Sunday's events at Mutiny Festival have been cancelled following the deaths of an 18-year-old woman and a 20-year-old man.
Abortion laws in Northern Ireland are 'unsustainable', shadow minister says
A senior shadow minister has declared abortion laws in Northern Ireland "unsustainable", as Theresa May faces calls to act in the wake of the Irish referendum.
Trump: Talks on North Korea summit 'going very well'
Donald Trump has said negotiations over a potential summit with North Korean leader with Kim Jong Un are "going along very well".
Wife of top Mexican drug lord 'El Mencho' arrested
The wife of one of Mexico's most wanted drug lords has been arrested, the country's authorities have said.
Fears for 13-year-old girl Serena Alexander-Benson who left UK on Eurotunnel train
Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a 13-year-old girl who has gone missing after leaving the UK.
London buskers first in world to be paid with contactless cards
A contactless payment scheme is to be introduced for buskers in London in what is being described as a world first.
Moonwalker and space artist Alan Bean dies
Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean, who walked on the moon and then built a career out of painting it, has died aged 86.
'Fewer women should face jail' - Justice Secretary David Gauke
More female criminals will be spared jail under a new strategy to be unveiled by the government.