Love Island final couples declare their love to one another at prom with soppy poems and tears galore

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video The summer of love came to and end for our Love Island couples on Sunday night as they each made their declarations of love to their partners. How to vote in the Love Island final – voting is closing very soon! Having spent ...

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How to vote in the Love Island final – voting is closing very soon!

Love Island 2017 is about to finish! (Picture: Rex/Metro.co.uk) There are just a few hours left of Love Island 2017 and if you want to vote for your favourite couple to win the show then you had better hurry up! One couple will be crowned as the winners and walk away with £50,000 for their troubles on Monday evening and ...

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Ex-BBC man Fergus Beeley issues 'I want you dead' threat

Media playback is unsupported on your device A man has been filmed screaming at a family that he wants them “dead” in an apparent act of road rage. Driver Louise Small, 33 said she was threatened by former BBC producer Fergus Beeley in a Sainsbury’s car park off the M27 in Hampshire on Saturday. Her 50-year-old mother, 14-year-old son Joshua ...

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Devon drugs death girl 'paid ultimate price'

A girl who is thought to have died because of an adverse reaction to what used be called a legal high “paid the ultimate price”, her family has said. Leah Kerry, 15, from Wiltshire, died in hospital on 16 July having been found unconscious at an address in Newton Abbot, Devon. In a statement, her family described her as “a ...

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Chelsea vs Bayern Munich: What time is it, where can I watch it and what are the odds?

Chelsea’s new signing Alavaro Morata is in line to make his debut during Tuesday’s pre-season fixture against Bayern Munich in the International Champions Cup. Morata took part in team training on Sunday and Antonio Conte has hinted that the Spaniard, who joined from Real Madrid, could start on the bench.  Pedro, who suffered multiple fractures after a clash with David Ospina during ...

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RAF tanker plane and US fighter jets in near-miss over North Sea, reveals report

A Royal Air Force (RAF) tanker aircraft and two United States F-15 fighter jets nearly crashed over the North Sea after a flight controller was distracted by a phone call, a report has revealed.  The Airprox report says the pilots of the RAF Voyager claimed one of the US Air Force jets came within 160 ft (50 metres) of the ...

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How Prudential RideLondon can steer you and your investments into shape

Health and finances: they are the two most common things people worry about as they get older. Thankfully, tackling these problems has never been easier. The key to success is adopting healthier lifestyle habits and making sure your investments provide a solid foundation for your later years. The good news is that Prudential has it covered. As well as years ...

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Why Olympian Nicola Adams is joining students on a ride from London to Surrey

For double Olympic boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams OBE, involving herself in sport at a young age was really important. “I had to find my own route into sport as a kid, and there are so many young people who never get the chance to be involved,” she says. “So I’d have absolutely loved something like PruGOals when I was ...

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Manchester truck attack: Pick-up was 'deliberately' driven into a pedestrian near the Arndale shopping centre

A manhunt has been launched for a pickup truck driver who drove at pedestrians in Manchester city centre, hitting a man in what police called a “targeted attack”.  Investigators believe the incident was “linked to an organised crime group”, a spokesman for the Greater Manchester Police said.  The pair had been arguing before the man got into his truck and “deliberately” targeted the victim, police said. He was not seriously injured and was able ...

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Charlie Gard: Parents end legal fight to take sick baby to US for experimental treatment

Charlie Gard’s parents have ended their legal fight to take their critically ill son to the US for treatment. Connie Yates and Chris Gard wanted to take baby Charlie, who has a rare genetic disease, across the Atlantic to receive experimental nucleoside therapy. But they have now decided “it is no longer in Charlie’s best interests to pursue this course ...

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