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Largest vessel sets record after lifting platform
The largest vessel on the planet has successfully carried out the world's biggest lift at sea, plucking a 24,000-tonne oil rig platform from the North
'Criminalise drinking duty-free booze on jets'
Drinking alcohol bought in duty free on board planes should be made a criminal offence, according to airlines.
May to tell Scots: Let UK and Scotland 'flourish
Prime Minister Theresa May will today appeal to Scots to make the UK and Scotland "flourish together".
Joshua-Klitschko fight embodies essence of sport
The key ingredients are in the Wembley cauldron. Now for the proof of the pudding.
Sexual assaults at concerts 'rarely reported'
Sexual assault, unwanted harassment and inappropriate behaviour at music events are common but incidents are rarely being reported, according to campaigners.
Corbyn urges young to stop 'Brexit for few'
Jeremy Corbyn will make a direct plea to young people to "step up" and register to vote.
Suspect charged after man run over with own car
A man has been charged with murder after a former Royal Navy officer was run over and killed with his own car in Manchester.
Conservative MP calls homosexuality 'dangerous'
A Conservative MP who told students that homosexuality is "wrong" and "dangerous to society" has said he will not stand in the General Election.
Gambler found guilty in suitcase murder
A man has been convicted of killing and dismembering his wealthy friend, putting his torso in a suitcase, in a plot to assume his identity
One week left to spend old five pound notes
If you have any of the old five pound notes - under the mattress, perhaps, or down the back of the sofa - then spend