Pc Dave Wardell and his retired police dog Finn opened the Britain’s Got Talent final by announcing the Queen has signed a law to give service animals greater protection from attacks.
A teenage girl who was reported missing from Inverkeithing in Fife since Thursday has been found safe and well.
A caver has died in the Yorkshire Dales despite a 17-hour rescue operation to get him out involving almost 100 volunteers.
Record-breaking Bangladesh condemned South Africa to a second Cricket World Cup defeat in four days, beating the lacklustre Proteas by 21 runs at The Oval.
Last week we talked about idiolects, concentrating on personal eccentricities such as peppering speech with phrases like “I’m not being funny, but…” or “As I was saying…” But your idiolect goes quite a distance further than a list of words and phrases habitually used. It is a fascinating aspect of how we personally interpret words and language.
Record-breaking Bangladesh condemned South Africa to a second Cricket World Cup defeat in four days, subduing the lackustre Proteas by 21 runs at The Oval.
The victims of an RAF Chinook helicopter crash have been remembered at services marking 25 years since the disaster.
Victoria Beckham has shared a rare photograph of her whole family in Miami.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has rebuffed the US ambassador to the UK for suggesting the NHS would be on the table in post-Brexit trade talks.
Thousands of football fans have welcomed Liverpool’s Champions League heroes back to Merseyside as the team paraded their trophy through the city centre.