Family of boy, 7, killed in Barcelona attack ‘blessed’ to have had him

The family of a seven-year-old boy killed in the Barcelona terror attack have said they were blessed to have had him in their lives.

A Royal Navy-led task force has seized drugs worth nearly £400m (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

Drugs worth nearly £400m seized by Royal Navy-led task force

A task force led by the Royal Navy has seized drugs worth nearly £400 million from smugglers.

Summer heat due to return with highest temperatures since middle of July (Victoria Jones/PA)

Summer heat due to return with highest temperatures since middle of July

Britain is set to enjoy a return of the summer sun this week as temperatures reach their highest since mid-July.

MPs are expected to gather at Big Ben as it bongs for the last time at noon on Monday before its renovation (Victoria Jones/PA)

MPs expected to gather to witness Big Ben’s final bongs

MPs are expected to gather outside Parliament to witness Big Ben’s final bongs before it falls silent on Monday afternoon to allow a renovation to go ahead.

Wyndham Lathem, left, and Andrew Warren have been charged with murder (Chicago Police Department/AP)

Oxford University employee and US professor charged with murder in Chicago

An Oxford University employee and a US professor have been charged in Chicago with murdering a 26-year-old hair stylist found with more than 40 stab wounds.

Brexit Secretary David Davis wants to push the Brexit negotiations towards trade (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Brexit talks will not move on to trade by October, Slovenian PM warns

Brexit negotiations will not proceed to haggling over a future UK-EU trading relationship by October as previously planned, the Slovenian prime minister has warned.

The Prince and Princess of Wales kissing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after their wedding ceremony (PA)

Balcony kiss defining image of wedding day

Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding to the Prince of Wales was billed as a true life fairytale.

More jobs could be lost at Carlsberg as part of efficiency drive (Amy Murphy/PA)

Carlsberg boss: ‘No promises’ on further job cuts amid turnaround plan

The chief executive of Carlsberg has said he cannot rule out further jobs cuts as the beer giant pushes ahead with a sweeping efficiency drive, potentially leaving British jobs hanging in the balance.

Mairead McGuinness believes Brexit will harm relations between Ireland and the UK (Niall Carson/PA)

Brexit will radically change Ireland’s relationship with UK, says MEP

Brexit will more radically change Ireland’s relationship with the UK than the 1916 Easter Rising and partition, an MEP said.

British man Hassan Zubier has said he is sad at not being able to save lives after trying to help stab victims in Finland (Vesa Moilanen/AP)

British man hailed terror attack hero sad at not being able to save lives

A British man hailed a hero after he was injured while helping victims of a suspected terror attack in Finland has said he feels sad he could not save a woman’s life.

A think-tank has called for there to be more women members on councils (Lynne Cameron/PA)

More than 3,000 female councillors needed for 50-50 gender balance

Newly-devolved powers are being consolidated among white middle-aged men because local government is more than 3,000 female councillors short of a 50-50 gender balance, a think-tank has said.

Diana and Kate (PA)

Diana and Kate united by common touch in approach to royal duties

They never met, yet Diana, Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge share a common bond.

Labour had committed in its general election manifesto to "build a society and world free from all forms of racism, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia" (PA)

British Jews believe Labour Party too tolerant of anti-Semitism, poll suggests

The vast majority (83%) of British Jews believe the Labour Party is too tolerant of anti-Semitism among its MPs, members and supporters, a poll suggests.

The Twitter account cited Diana's work towards a ban on landmines as being her most important legacy (John Stillwell/PA)

Twitter account follows last days of Diana in bid to ‘set the record straight’

A Twitter account which provides real-time tweets of Diana’s final days and hours is one of the ways the Princess is being remembered 20 years after her death.

Police attend the scene at the Turku Market Square, in Finland (Vesa Moilanen/Lehtikuva via AP)

British man hurt helping Finland attack victims says: ‘I am not a hero’

A British man injured while helping victims of a suspected terror attack in Finland has said: “I am not a hero.”

Hate crime can be perpetrated online or offline, prosecutors said (PA)

Online and offline hate crime must be taken equally seriously, new CPS rules say

Hate crime perpetrated on social media must be taken as seriously as “offline” offences, new guidelines for prosecutors say.

Sarah Champion resigned as shadow women and equalities secretary (PA)

Rochdale scandal detective backs MP who quit over rape comments

A leading detective in the Rochdale child grooming scandal has backed a Labour MP who quit the shadow cabinet after facing a backlash for claiming Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping white girls.

James Cracknell has unveiled a model of a whale made out of recovered plastic (Neil Munns/PA)

Olympic rower James Cracknell unveils giant plastic whale

Olympic rower James Cracknell has unveiled a giant model whale made out of plastic recovered from oceans, beaches and recycling plants.

The Princess of Wales chats with a Chelsea pensioner after he presented her with a rose (Martin Keene/PA)

Diana’s top 20 fashion moments

Here are Diana, Princess of Wales’s top 20 fashion moments:

First Group/MTR is taking over South West Trains services (Andrew Matthews/PA)

RMT union to hold demo as new operators take on South West Trains services

The biggest rail workers union is holding a protest as part of a campaign to retain guards on trains as new operators take over one of the country’s leading train franchises.

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