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A 14-year-old "monster" sentenced to life in prison for murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi has been named as Craig Mulligan.
The UK government will spend 2.5% of GDP on defence by 2030, Boris Johnson has announced, as NATO's secretary general warned that the alliance must stand up to Vladimir Putin.
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has dropped the ball during a rugby event - by getting the sport's rival codes mixed up.
Lewis Hamilton has said that Formula One should ignore "old voices" and reject racism as it focus on becoming more inclusive.
We could smell the bodies before we saw them.
The Queen has joined Prince Charles for her second major public appearance of Holyrood Week at a unique military event at her Edinburgh palace.
Lily Allen has spoken out about having an abortion - saying women should not need to have to "justify" a pregnancy termination with "exceptional reasons".
A man from a family of "extreme hoarders" has been jailed for three years after his immobile and vulnerable sister died in "horrific and filthy conditions".
A judge has stopped the US state of Kentucky from imposing an almost complete ban on abortion.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey has said she would "prefer that people didn't have abortions" - but added that the law in the UK was not going to change.