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Climate change: Earth Day summit aims for more consensus on cutting emissions
US President Joe Biden will aim to kick-start a crucial year of action on climate change today as he hosts 40 world leaders at an Earth Day summit.
Prince Philip's funeral: Duke of Edinburgh's 'no fuss' service was 'how he would have liked it', says Mike Tindall
Prince Philip's reduced-size funeral was "how he would have liked it", his grandson-in-law Mike Tindall has said.
George Floyd killing: US Justice Department to investigate Minneapolis policing after Derek Chauvin verdict
The US Justice Department is opening an investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis after the murder conviction of former officer Derek Chauvin, it has been announced.
The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act: The bill before the US Congress which aims to tackle brutality
Those calling for justice for George Floyd were handed some satisfaction with the triple guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
European Super League: Prince William 'glad united voice of fans has been heard' - as only three clubs left in project
Prince William has said the "united voice of football fans has been heard and listened to" after six English teams pulled out of the planned European Super League.
Premier League seeks 'big six' clubs' removal from committees after Super League debacle
Executives from clubs which sparked a civil war in English football by joining the now-abandoned European Super League have been handed an ultimatum to step down from key Premier League sub-committees.
COVID-19: Surge testing deployed in more parts of Birmingham after case of South African variant discovered
Surge testing is being deployed in parts of Birmingham after a case of the South African variant was discovered.
COVID-19: UK reports another 22 coronavirus deaths - as 350,000 more people have second vaccine dose
The UK has reported a further 22 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,396 new cases in the latest 24-hour period, according to government figures.
'It's a start but it's a drop in the ocean' - Mark Duggan's brother reacts to Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
"They had this guy banged to rights because of the footage," says Shaun Hall, the brother of Mark Duggan, reacting to the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Lyrid meteor shower to light up skies over the UK - here's when to catch it
People are being encouraged to look up to the stars on Thursday morning to catch the Lyrid meteor shower.