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There may be a medical reason someone struggles to have a child, and same-sex couples face their own struggles to become parents.
Jeremy Corbyn has broken fast with members of the north London Muslim community to mark two years since the Finsbury Park mosque attack.
Tesla has reportedly hired the man responsible for a viral tweet about a sizeable sheep to be the company’s social media manager.
A man left traumatised and on crutches by the Finsbury Park mosque terror attack said the Government has been “blindsided” by the rise of the far right because of its preoccupation with Islamic extremism.
The Baggies are in the midst of their interviewing process, and Cowley is one of the men they are speaking to.
Lewis Hamilton has paid an emotional tribute to his “buddy” Niki Lauda, who has been hailed as the bravest driver in Formula One history.
Cardi B is “very disappointed” after having to postpone a concert while she recovers from plastic surgery.
British actress Millie Bobby Brown has opened up on how “soul-breaking” bullies forced her to switch schools.
Celestial Bodies has won the £50,000 Man Booker International Prize for 2019.
The Government is being urged to nationalise British Steel if a deal cannot be reached to avoid the firm collapsing into administration.
Nigel Farage has said the Brexit Party will demand to have places on the EU negotiating team if they come top in the European elections this week.
Somerset remain on course to strengthen their position at the top of the Specsavers County Championship, needing just four wickets to hand Warwickshire a third defeat in three.
Councillor Davies was voted as the Labour leader at the group’s annual general meeting earlier this month.
Belfast’s new Sinn Fein mayor has urged unionists to judge him with an open mind, as he highlighted his family links to the Orange Order and British military.
Doctor Who’s fearsome monsters The Judoon are making a comeback.
The owner of a Scottish brewery has raised concerns over the introduction of a deposit return scheme and its impact on small businesses.
The crash happened on the A41 Bilston Road, Wolverhampton, near the turning for Dunelm and B&M; Home Store car parks.
The man, aged in his 30s, was shot in his foot in the Parkfield area of the city at around 5pm on Tuesday.
Theresa May will offer MPs a vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum in a last-ditch effort to get a deal through Parliament.
Children’s charity Barnardo’s has raised concerns over ignorance of sexual grooming revealed by an Emmerdale storyline.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt led a star-studded cast at the Cannes premiere of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
An eastern black rhinoceros named Kapuki has given birth to a calf at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo.
The event was held as part of the Black Country Business Festival.
The retailer has linked up with Just Crisps to sell a selection of its100 per cent British potato crisps in stores within a 50-mile radius of the Hill Ridware farm where the crisps are produced.
A complaint alleging Nigel Farage failed to declare donations from Leave campaigner Arron Banks will be investigated by the European Parliament.
England captain Eoin Morgan will carry a message of “no regrets” into a World Cup campaign he would happily start tomorrow.
Keanu Reeves’ Toy Story 4 character has made his debut in a new trailer for Disney’s highly anticipated animated film.
German authorities on Tuesday handed over to Israel some 5,000 documents kept by a confidant of Franz Kafka, a trove whose plight could have been plucked from one of the author’s surreal stories.
More than 14,000 school children are to be given their own copy of a short story as part of a council drive to combat littering.
The Queen has said she hopes a government can be formed in Northern Ireland as “civil servants can’t do all the jobs”.
Elle Fanning fainting due to her dress being “too tight” is proof of a “huge problem” in the fashion industry, actress Jameela Jamil has said.
The Prince of Wales greeted a well-wisher in Co Fermanagh with a broad smile as she congratulated him on his newest grandchild.
With Jofra Archer’s inclusion in England’s World Cup squad long considered a formality, it was spinner Liam Dawson who assumed the role of ‘bolter’ as Joe Denly and David Willey saw their dreams dashed.
Jamie Oliver has said he is “devastated” after his restaurant chains collapsed into administration, making around 1,000 staff members redundant.
Prostitution should be decriminalised to protect the health and welfare of sex workers, nurses have said.
A world record 457,861 people have entered the ballot for a place in the 40th London Marathon next year.
Rain caused a washout at the Internationaux de Strasbourg on Tuesday, with bad weather also impacting the schedule at the Nuremberg Cup.
Bolton’s non-football related staff will be paid this week – but only from the date the stricken club’s administrators were appointed.
Gay sex scenes in films should not be a “big deal”, Rocketman star Richard Madden has said.
Screening for heart failure by GPs and follow-up after diagnosis are “sub-optimal” in the UK, researchers have suggested.
Forward Roberto Firmino has given Liverpool a Champions League final boost by returning to training.
Mark Travers could become Republic of Ireland’s best goalkeeper, according to coach Alan Kelly.
Police are appealing for help to find Molly Robinson, who was last seen earlier this afternoon.
Nikita Parris is joining Lyon with her sights firmly set on adding the Champions League title to her CV and taking her game to another level.
The Prime Minister Theresa May has set out a 10-point compromise package ahead of what she indicated would be her final attempt to secure approval for a deal which has already been rejected three times by MPs.
Mick McCarthy has admitted he would rather have his Republic of Ireland players winning every week in the Sky Bet Championship than fighting for their Premier League lives.
Charles and Camilla are underpinning a Big Lunch project benefiting six million people a year, one of its organisers has said.
The Scottish Government needs to invest “considerably more” on tackling child poverty if it is to meet legally binding targets it has set, according to its own advisers.
It was up 12 per cent from £899.7 million in the previous financial year with pre-tax profit rising by 13 per cent from £123.3m to £139.5m.
An Indian marketing firm at the centre of an Instagram data breach has called claims about the incident “inaccurate”.
Bolton’s administrators have confirmed they are to take control of paying club staff.
MPs will be given the opportunity to vote on whether to hold a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, Theresa May has announced.
UK public service broadcasters have been accused of having a “fear factor” about casting disabled actors.
British broadcasters deal in stereotypes and do not reflect modern society, peers have been told.
The family of a man who has been missing for a month are appealing for help to find him after he was last seen being forced into a car in east London.
David Bowie’s cousin has recalled growing up with the famed musician and the “very cold” night the star was born in south London.
Google has updated its rules on advertising related to abortion, forcing companies to apply for approval first and disclosing their stance in search results.
The use of facial recognition technology by the police is a breach of human rights law, a court has heard.
Nigel Farage has accused the Electoral Commission of being “absolutely full of Remainers” as the watchdog visited the Brexit Party’s headquarters amid a review into its donations system.
After a successful first season back in the Premier League, which saw Nuno Espirito Santo's men finish seventh, Manchester City's FA Cup triumph clinched a Europa League spot for the boys in the old gold and black.
Trespassers entered onto the line between Langley Green and Rowley Regis, Sandwell, on Tuesday (21) afternoon.
Several Eurosceptic Conservatives reacted angrily after Theresa May proposed a new Brexit deal with the promise of a vote on a second referendum.
Business leaders have urged MPs to back Theresa May’s latest Brexit deal, but trade unionists have dismissed it as a “desperate last throw of the dice”.
All but three of Jamie Oliver’s restaurants have closed after the business called in administrators, with 1,000 staff facing redundancy.
The rate of drug deaths in Scotland is the highest in Europe and numbers are still on the rise, an official report has said.
There is a “clear majority” in favour of councils being given powers to bring in a new levy on workplace parking, research by a Holyrood committee has found.
Jamien Nagadhana said he was siting on a single bed when rape-accused Williams and the woman started having sex next to him at Wolverhampton's Ramada Park Hall Hotel.
The Prime Minister has outlined her latest plan to push her Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament, warning that if MPs vote against the second reading of the Bill they are “voting to stop Brexit”.
Theresa May will set out details of her new plan to get a Brexit deal through Parliament after another difficult Cabinet meeting.
A Polish mother who gave birth to sextuplets has visited her babies who doctors say are doing fine.
The Family Monsters Garden, which was awarded a gold medal and named Best Artisan Garden, is to be rebuilt this autumn at Silkmore Children’s Centre, Stafford for families and the local community to enjoy.
Protesters demonstrating against the teaching of LGBT equality at a primary school have vowed to continue action despite calls for a halt from a chief constable.
Established by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH), BeConnected has already helped scores of elderly, disabled or otherwise isolated members of the community to make new friends and engage in a wide range of activities.
Niki Lauda has been hailed by Sir Jackie Stewart as the bravest driver in Formula One history.
The Scottish Parliament has held what is thought to be the UK’s first government debate on the menopause.
The 19-year-old is out of contract this summer, and the Baggies have made their second and final offer which they believe is extremely competitive for a player of his age and experience.
Unai Emery respects the “personal” nature of Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s decision not to play in the Europa League final but concedes it is “bad news” for his Arsenal side.
Ukraine’s new president has ordered the dissolution of the nation’s parliament and called a snap election in two months.
The UK’s infected blood scandal has potentially claimed more lives than Northern Ireland’s Troubles, a contamination victim has said.
The SNP will vote against Theresa May’s deal in a bid to stop Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has pledged.
A first edition Harry Potter book is set to sell for around £30,000 at auction, despite signs of wear and tear.
The 31-year-old, who played under Clarke at Rovers and Salisbury, is the Saddlers' first new signing for next season in League Two.
Former White House aide Don McGahn has been told he will be held in contempt of the US Congress after failing to appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
Any form of Brexit could cause “severe difficulties” for Scottish festivals, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has suggested.
The 24-year-old Scot has become a firm fan favourite since joining in a £2.75million move from Hibernian last summer.
Steve Clarke is still hurting from missing out on a major international tournament as a player.
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
EE has confirmed it has fixed an issue which left some customers unable to make or receive calls over its 4G network.
A review of mental health provision at a young offenders institution where two people took their own lives has found the “risks and vulnerabilities” of some inmates are not given enough attention.
They were footballing icons who did their talking on the pitch while their legacy lives on among a new generation of Premier League stars.
Police are hunting a man after a mosque in Moray was sprayed with “offensive graffiti” in what has been described as a racist attack.
The Celebration Statue, depicting club legends Laurie Cunningham, Cyrille Regis and Brendon Batson, has been years in the making and will finally be unveiled after a huge fundraising effort.
Police discovered 60 plants at an industrial unit in Doulton Road, Rowley Regis, after being alerted by the fire service at around 1am yesterday.
The former Unsigned page star will be at the Mount Pleasant venue on May 29, ably supported by his band The Revolt - while other local talents will provide the warm-ups.
A group of environmental activists has been ejected from BP’s annual meeting in Aberdeen.
The Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has set sail after undergoing routine maintenance.
Van drivers are responsible for 10 injuries per week related to collisions caused by following the vehicle in front too closely.
Feeding the birds in the back garden has boosted the populations of an array of species that flock to them, a scientific study suggests.
Huawei-owned smartphone firm Honor has unveiled its next line-up of smartphones, despite uncertainty over the future of its devices.