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UK summer temperatures may hit 40C even if global warming is limited to 1.5C, scientists warn
2020 was the first year since records began to rank in the top 10 for heat, rainfall and sunshine, according to the Met Office.
Hillsborough: Liverpool fan becomes 97th victim of the disaster 32 years after the tragedy
A Liverpool fan who suffered life-changing injuries in the Hillsborough disaster has been confirmed as the 97th victim of the tragedy following his death this week.
Wayne Rooney apologises to family and Derby County football club over online images
Wayne Rooney has apologised to his family and Derby County over images that surfaced online of him at a private party.
Tokyo Olympics: Team GB rower Helen Glover 'proud' despite finishing fourth but excited to return home to her kids
Despite missing out on a medal, Helen Glover says she is "incredibly proud" to finish fourth in her Olympic final but is itching to get home to her kids.
Lawrence Okoye: The incredible journey of Team GB athlete who turned down Oxford and sought NFL stardom before Tokyo Olympics
Lawrence Okoye could have been one of Britain's biggest stars of the London 2012 Olympics.
Dusty Hill: ZZ Top bassist has died aged 72, says US rock group
Dusty Hill, the bassist in the American rock group ZZ Top, has died aged 72.
Tokyo Olympics: Simone Biles thanks supporters for the 'outpouring love and support' after pulling out of two events
America's superstar gymnast Simone Biles has thanked supporters for the "outpouring love & support" she has received after pulling out of two events at the Tokyo Olympics.
'No current plans' for another series of The X Factor, ITV confirms
ITV and Simon Cowell have "no plans" for another series of The X Factor.
New Zealand is best placed to survive a global collapse of society, study suggests
New Zealand is the country most likely to survive a collapse of global civilisation, researchers have said.
Violence against Jewish people quadrupled in London after Israel-Gaza conflict in May
Violence against Jewish people in London reached a "worrying" level in May following escalating tension in the Middle East, new figures show.