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Meghan: 'Not many people have asked if I'm OK'

Meghan: 'Not many people have asked if I'm OK'

The Duchess of Sussex has said not many people ask if she is OK and admitted living in the public eye as a new mother has been a "struggle".
Bulgaria manager Krasimir Balakov quits after racist abuse at England game

Bulgaria manager Krasimir Balakov quits after racist abuse at England game

Bulgaria's manager has resigned after a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia had to be paused twice due to racist abuse by home fans directed at England players.
County lines gangs: Police arrest 700 people in UK-wide crackdown

County lines gangs: Police arrest 700 people in UK-wide crackdown

More than 700 people have been arrested and £426,000 worth of drugs has been seized during a UK-wide crackdown on county lines gangs.
Boy who was thrown from Tate Modern is out of intensive care - but can't eat or speak

Boy who was thrown from Tate Modern is out of intensive care - but can't eat or speak

A French child who was thrown from the 10th floor of the Tate Modern is out of intensive care, his family have announced.
Aston Villa striker Wesley: Becoming a dad at 14 pushed me to go professional

Aston Villa striker Wesley: Becoming a dad at 14 pushed me to go professional

Aston Villa's striker Wesley has credited his first child with pushing him to become a professional footballer as he revealed he was just 14 when he became a dad.
Manufacturers call for 'simple changes' to PM's Brexit deal

Manufacturers call for 'simple changes' to PM's Brexit deal

Manufacturers have called for "simple changes" to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, voicing concerns about the future of "frictionless trade" with Europe.
Racy WWII mural discovered under wallpaper in Bristol care home

Racy WWII mural discovered under wallpaper in Bristol care home

A World War Two mural has been found underneath wallpaper at a care home as they started renovation work.
Sainsbury's becomes first major supermarket to stop selling fireworks

Sainsbury's becomes first major supermarket to stop selling fireworks

Sainsbury's has become the first major British retailer to stop selling fireworks this year.
Man and woman arrested over death of nine-week-old baby in Barnsley

Man and woman arrested over death of nine-week-old baby in Barnsley

Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a nine-week-old baby in Barnsley.
Kate follows Princess Diana's footsteps on Pakistan tour

Kate follows Princess Diana's footsteps on Pakistan tour

The Duchess of Cambridge has long been compared to her husband's mother, the Princess of Wales.
Friend of Engand fan who died in Bulgaria disputes drug claim

Friend of Engand fan who died in Bulgaria disputes drug claim

A friend of an English football fan who died in police custody in Bulgaria has disputed suggestions he used drugs before his death.
Extinction Rebellion protesters return to block off central London

Extinction Rebellion protesters return to block off central London

Police have cleared Extinction Rebellion protesters from Oxford Circus after they built a pyramid blocking off the UK's busiest shopping street.
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