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Doctors need to get better at talking to patients about dying, a report has suggested.
Theresa May is facing a fierce backlash across the Tory party against the idea of extending the UK’s Brexit transition period.
US president Donald Trump acknowledged that it “certainly looks” as though missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, and he threatened “very severe” consequences if the Saudis are found to have murdered him.
BepiColombo, Europe’s first mission to Mercury, is blazing a trail for futuristic Star-Trek style space propulsion.
A British-built spacecraft is set to begin an epic five billion mile journey to planet Mercury tomorrow.
Gifts have been pouring in for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their trip to Australia.
Anjem Choudary is expected to be released from prison on Friday.
Harry and Meghan had a go at waxing a surfboard as they dipped their toes in the sand at Bondi Beach.
The parish register recording the marriage of Admiral Lord Nelson has been brought back to the UK from its home in the Caribbean for urgent conservation work.
The Duke of Sussex proved he has a head for heights as he climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Harry was joined by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Invictus Games competitors as he scaled the bridge on the fourth day of the royal tour. Earlier, Harry and Meghan looked relaxed as they visited Bondi Beach.
The Duchess of Sussex woke up at 4.30am to do yoga and told a group at Bondi Beach it was “so good for healing your mind”.
Women in Northern Ireland are still using illegal abortion medication even though the procedure is freely available to them in England, a study found.
A ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans should be brought forward to 2032 to drive the take-up of electric vehicles, MPs have said.
Britons will increase their spending on Halloween by 5% on last year to almost £420 million, analysts predict, as the event becomes established on the consumer calendar.
The Government still lacks an effective overall strategy to integrate the health and social care sectors, while financial pressures on local authorities mean there is “no realistic prospect of progress”, MPs have warned.
Fans of foraged food, from mushrooms to sweet chestnuts, are being warned against flouting a ban on taking wild produce from the Royal Parks.
Brexit remains top of the agenda on Friday after what was billed as a crucial summit ended without a major breakthrough.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been given a warm welcome as they stepped onto the sand at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach.
Women experience certain side-effects of chemotherapy including nausea, vomiting and hair loss more frequently than men, according to research on oesophageal and stomach cancer patients.
A parent who died after a mass brawl by his flat frequently confronted drug dealers on the estate, his father has said.