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Cladding fire tests failed by 34 blocks in 17 areas

So far, 34 cladding samples from 17 areas have been sent to the government's laboratory - and every one has failed fire safety tests.

Free trade deals for 'poorest countries' to be maintained post-Brexit

The government commits to maintaining duty-free imports for 48 developing countries.

Boy arrested after attempted rape of girl, 8, in Manchester

The teenage suspect was reportedly chased off by members of the public on Saturday evening.

Bethnal Green fire: One home destroyed and one man in hospital

Fire breaks out in a flat and spreads to the roof of the four-storey block in east London.

Extra security for 'Europe's largest Eid party' in Birmingham

Up to 100,000 people are expected in Birmingham on Sunday to mark the end of Ramadan.

Foo Fighters finally headline Glastonbury

The rock band are playing the Pyramid Stage, two years after injury forced them to pull out

Archbishop tells PM to 'draw the poison from Brexit'

Justin Welby calls for a cross-party commission to help negotiate Britain's exit from the EU.

Cash for sick child's treatment stolen

Dawson Willcock's family is hoping to raise £500,000 to take him to the US for treatment.

Parliament hit by 'sustained' cyber-attack

MPs are unable to access emails remotely, as Westminster deals with a hacking attempt made on Friday.

PSNI seize drugs and alcohol from teens

Police collected about 250 items including 200 prescription tablets and 74 litres of cider.

Scheme to limit commercial bins on city streets launched

Officials in Glasgow will impound commercial waste bins left on the street outside designated times.

Police seek footballer over alleged knife threat

Police are investigating reports a player pulled out a knife after being spat at by an away fan.

Camden tower evacuations: Rosie's story

Why new mum Rosie has decided to stay in her Camden tower block, despite it failing fire safety tests.

'Real community spirit' in London's council estates

Photographer Joe Newman has explored some of the city's biggest council estates.

Camden tower evacuations: Resident confronts Camden Council chief

A resident who spent the night in a chair after being evacuated from a tower block wants answers.

Meet the milkmen of Glastonbury

Glastonbury started serving free milk from the farm in 1970. Nearly 50 years on it’s still delivered to tents at £1.20 a pint.

Brexit: Tory MP Leadsom says broadcasters should be patriotic

Coverage of Brexit could be more "helpful", Tory MP Andrea Leadsom tells Newsnight's Emily Maitlis.

Islamophobia: 'Can I live in an anti-Muslim country?'

Young Muslims discuss Islamophobia in the UK with the BBC Asian Network's Haroon Rashid.

ICYMI: Four stories you may have missed this week

From retiring actors to breastfeeding politicians.

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Newspaper headlines: 'I wanted out' says Prince Harry

The Mail on Sunday leads on an interview with Prince Harry - who it calls the 'reluctant prince'.

Summer of floods

More than 6,000 people in Hull were forced from their homes in the June floods - how has the city rebounded?

Your pictures

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "Summer sport".

Growing up with cancer

Three teens share their experiences of being treated for cancer at a pivotal time in their lives.

Millennial magic

Around 54% of 18-24 year-olds voted in the most recent election, new figures have shown.

Coming out

Two teenagers share their experience of growing up gay in Northern Ireland.



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