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Buckingham Palace has announced that the King is being treated for cancer, the BBC can confirm.
Travel disruption is expected, the Met Office has said, warning it is "safer not to drive in these conditions".
The Prince of Wales expressed his gratitude for the well wishes sent to Catherine and King Charles.
Police say that the woman he is suspected of attacking remains sedated and in hospital.
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The fire broke out at an electrical substation in an adjoining building.
In new footage, police ask Constance Marten and Mark Gordon where their child is, but they do not reply.
Esther Ghey is campaigning for tighter restrictions on mobile phone usage for children and teenagers.
The BBC's Mark Easton asks Cdr Jon Savell about why it's taking time to find the alleged Clapham alkali attacker.
Buckingham Palace has announced that the King is being treated for cancer.
ITV's Kate Garraway speaks for the first time since her husband Derek Draper's death.
Sonia Martin speaks to the BBC about her mother's death and thanks neighbours who tried to help.
Police are offering a £20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Abdul Shokoor Ezedi.
The mother of murdered teenager Brianna Ghey has said she is "open" to speaking to the mother of Scarlett Jenkinson.
Esther Ghey also says parents should be able to download software to alert them to worrying content their children might be searching for.
Police officers entered a flat in Newcastle where containers were found with corrosive warnings.
Officers are seen in Leytonstone as they continue to search for Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after the Clapham attack.
Commander Jon Savell makes a personal appeal to 35-year-old Abdul Shokoor Ezedi.
Mrs Justice Yip passes sentence to Scarlett Jenkinson and Eddie Ratcliffe for the teenager's murder.
Brianna Ghey and her murderers were seen on camera multiple times the day she was killed.
Brianna, 16, was stabbed to death in broad daylight in a park in Cheshire in February 2023.
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