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American Airlines London flight diverted after 'chemical spillage'

Medics were evaluating crew and passengers over a 'spilled cleaning solution', American Airlines said.

Prince William 'worried' about Harry after ITV interview

A Kensington Palace source tells the BBC that Prince William thinks Harry is "in a fragile place".

Thai consort stripped of titles for disloyalty to crown

The King of Thailand strips his royal consort of her titles months after appointing her.

Sir John Curtice: Do voters support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?

How voters want MPs to approach Boris Johnson's deal on the UK's departure from the EU.

Peak District anglers dangerously close to huge plug hole

Severn Trent Water urges boaters on Ladybower Reservoir to stay well away from the overflow.

Waitrose and John Lewis to stop putting plastic toys in Christmas crackers

The company also plans to ban plastic glitter from its own-brand Christmas range by December 2020.

Dementia in football: Ex-players three and a half times more likely to die of condition

Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population, according to new research.

Andy Murray in Great Britain team for Davis Cup finals in Madrid

Andy Murray will represent Great Britain for the first time since 2016 after being named in the squad for next month's inaugural Davis Cup finals.

Cordarrelle Patterson, Todd Gurley and Adam Thielen in NFL plays of the week

Watch the best camera angle for any touchdown as Cordarrelle Patterson takes it 102 yards for the Chicago Bear in NFL plays of the week.

Milton Keynes stabbings: Killings 'part of targeted attack'

The people who killed two teenage boys wore face coverings and were armed with knives, police say.

Josh Navidi: Wales back-row out of Rugby World Cup

Wales back-row Josh Navidi is out of the World Cup because of a hamstring injury.

'Fearless' journalist Deborah Orr dies aged 57

Tributes are paid to the Guardian's first-ever female Weekend editor.

Three generations under one roof to beat the housing crisis

Could moving three generations of the same family into a specially-adapted home be a solution to the UK's housing crisis?

'I need to get back on the road' - Murray celebrates comeback win and jokes about growing family

Andy Murray says he will reassess his goals after a "surprise" win at the European Open, and jokes that he needs to get back on tour to stop his family growing too large.

Abortion law: NI politicians return to Stormont

Some Stormont assembly members meet for the first time in nearly three years only to be told they "cannot do any business".

Elton John app lets concert audiences mix his music

A device which lets the audience choose which instruments they hear at a concert has been created.

England's May and Nowell to be fit for semi-final against New Zealand

England expect to have a fully fit squad to choose from when they face New Zealand in Saturday's World Cup semi-final in Yokohama.

World Rugby investigates referee's picture with Wales fans

World Rugby is investigating after referee Jaco Peyper appeared to mock sent-off France lock Sebastien Vahaamahina in a picture with Wales fans.

Two held over racist abuse claims at football game

Two men are arrested by police investigating reports of racist abuse during Saturday's FA Cup match between Haringey Borough and Yeovil Town.

The winners & losers of cricket's Hundred draft

Which £100,000 player was a surprise pick and who were the bargain buys in The Hundred draft?