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Carwyn Jones to quit as first minister after the 'darkest of times'
Carwyn Jones announces he will step down as Wales' first minister in the autumn.

Boy, 3, drowns in David Lloyd fitness club pool in Leeds
Police were called to David Lloyd Fitness Club in Moortown, Leeds after reports of a child drowning.

Allied Healthcare: Home care provider seeks rescue plan
One the UK's biggest providers of home care - Allied Healthcare - seeks a rescue plan.

Theresa May: Compensation for Windrush generation
The prime minister says people who were treated unfairly will receive payments "where appropriate".

Cystic fibrosis: Company urged to lower cost of life-changing drug
Health ministers call on company to lower price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi so the NHS can afford it.

Man, 20, dies in Finsbury Park stabbing
Police found two men with stab wounds a short distance from each other in Finsbury Park.

Real ale drinkers asked to embrace change
The Campaign for Real Ale could start promoting other beers and ciders - and not just real ales.

Four people hurt as bus crashes into house in Prestbury
The bus driver, a cyclist and two passengers on the bus were injured in the crash.

Doodoowatch 'poo-shaming' map gains UK council interest
The anti-dog fouling scheme, dubbed Doodoowatch, was created by locals in a Cambridgeshire village.

Call to save military airfields from closure
Fifteen military airfields used by private pilots are due to be sold off, a group of MPs say.

Cornelly United: Games to go ahead 'for our injured lads'
A football club's matches will go ahead days after players were hit by a car following a game.

Welsh first minister to stand down
First Minister Carwyn Jones says he has asked too much of his family.

Robbers used duvet cover in Manchester shop raid
Police appeal for information after three men stuffed a duvet cover with alcohol and cash.

Tourist takes crowdfunded trip to British islands
American Joe Hill thought a Facebook group for Jersey, the Channel Island, was for New Jersey.