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Prince Philip: William pays tribute to 'extraordinary' Duke of Edinburgh
Prince William has said he will "support The Queen in the years ahead" in a tribute to his late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Philip was 'a legend of banter' and 'master of the barbecue', says Harry
Prince Harry has said the Duke of Edinburgh was "a legend of banter" and he and Meghan "will always hold a special place for you in our hearts".
COVID-19: Pubs, hairdressers and non-essential shops reopen as lockdown eases
Shoppers have queued to get back into stores and drinkers enjoyed early morning pints as lockdown rules were eased in England.
Greensill: Rishi Sunak summoned to parliament over David Cameron lobbying controversy as PM orders review
Boris Johnson has ordered a review into Greensill Capital following the David Cameron lobbying controversy - as Rishi Sunak was asked to appear before parliament to explain his involvement.
Shirley Williams: Ex-cabinet mininister and Lib Dem peer - one of the 'Gang of Four' - dies aged 90
Former cabinet minister and Liberal Democrat peer Shirley Williams - one of the "Gang of Four" who defected from Labour in the early 1980s - has died aged 90.
Off-duty Italian police officers find stolen Roman statue in Belgium - a decade after it vanished
A first-century Roman statue has been recovered by two off-duty Italian police officers almost a decade after it was stolen.
Sir Richard Sutton: Man appears in court over murder of one of Britain's wealthiest men
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering the millionaire hotelier Sir Richard Sutton.
Alexei Navalny: Prison staff 'threaten to force-feed' Putin critic after hunger strike weight loss
Jail staff are threatening to force-feed Putin critic Alexei Navalny, who has lost 15kg (33lbs) in weight since he was taken to the prison last month, according to his allies.
Paris hospital shooting: Police hunt hooded gunman after one person killed in attack
Police in Paris are hunting a gunman who opened fire outside a hospital, killing one person and seriously injuring another.
Prince Philip: Boris Johnson says duke 'touched the lives of millions' as MPs pay tribute
Boris Johnson has said Prince Philip "touched the lives of millions" and "made this country a better place" as all the UK's parliaments were recalled early from the Easter recess to pay tribute to the duke.