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Vladimir Putin hits out at Russia's ban from Paralympics

Russian President Vladimir Putin has attacked the decision to ban his country's athletes from the Paralympics

Vladimir Putin has branded Russia's ban from the Paralympics as immoral and inhumane.

9:02pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Peter Kay, Reggie Yates and Adele win big at the Edinburgh TV Festival

Peter Kay, Reggie Yates and Adele win big at the Edinburgh TV Festival

See who triumphed at this year’s ceremony.

8:32pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Man charged with Syria-related terrorist offences

Patrick Kabele was arrested by officers from the Metropolitan Police's Counter-Terrorism Command

A 32-year-old man will appear in court after being charged with Syria-related terrorist offences.

8:07pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Sussex police and crime commissioner probed over expenses claims

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is looking at complaints made against Katy Bourne

The Sussex police and crime commissioner (PCC) is being investigated over alleged false expenses claims during the election cycle earlier this year.

8:07pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Why Ukip leadership hopeful Diane James is not proposing any policies

Diane James said she wants to 'refresh and review' Ukip's 2015 general election manifesto

A Ukip MEP bidding to succeed Nigel Farage has insisted she is putting forward no policies as part of her leadership campaign.

7:51pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Forget TV Burp, Harry Hill returns to ITV with out-of-this-world new alien panel show

Forget TV Burp, Harry Hill returns to ITV with out-of-this-world new alien panel show

Harry said the show finally tackles the “imminent and prolonged war with space aliens”.

7:51pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Boris Johnson says those using chemical weapons in Syria must be held to account

Boris Johnson said those responsible must be held to account

Boris Johnson has called for those responsible for using chemical weapons in Syria to be held to account after a UN team concluded the Assad regime and Islamic State had used the banned munitions.

7:47pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Call for mandatory health warnings on alcohol products

The guidance suggests drinkers should have several booze-free days a week to reduce their intake

Campaigners have called for mandatory warnings about the dangers of alcohol to be published on wine bottles and beer cans as official guidance was published warning that no level of regular drinking could be considered "completely safe".

7:47pm Thursday 25 August 2016

'A number of British nationals' affected by Italy earthquake

Rescuers make their way through destroyed houses following Wednesday's earthquake in Italy (AP)

A number of Britons have been affected by the devastating earthquake in Italy, the Foreign Office said as the death toll continued to rise.

7:26pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Dawn French is hosting an exciting new children's talent show

Dawn French is hosting an exciting new children's talent show

There’ll be no winners, losers or prizes; just amazing displays of everything from black-belt karate to singing and spelling.

7:12pm Thursday 25 August 2016
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