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Storm Callum: Rivers rising as downpours continue

The Met Office has an amber warning for heavy rain in place until 18:00 BST on Saturday. Source: BBC

Princess Eugenie wedding: Guests sell gift bags online

More than a dozen gift bags are up for sale on eBay, with some asking prices set as high as £1,000. Source: BBC

Westminster attacker was lawfully killed, inquest jury decides

Khalid Masood was shot dead by a minister's bodyguard after killing five people, including a police officer. Source: BBC

Drill rapper Daniel Olaloko jailed over county lines drug scam

Trigga T was a member of the London-based Nation gang, which flooded a northern town with drugs. Source: BBC

Royal wedding: Princess Eugenie marries Jack Brooksbank

The Queen's granddaughter marries her long-term partner in front of royals and celebrities in Windsor. Source: BBC

Kanye: ‘Trump hat made me feel like Superman’

The rapper also banged his fist on the Oval Office's desk and discussed his bipolar diagnosis. Source: BBC

M4 crash: Two dead in minibus and lorry ‘serious collision’

Three other people suffered life-threatening injuries in the crash on the M4 in Berkshire. Source: BBC

Universal credit ‘will make some worse off’

Cabinet minister Esther McVey says those who lose out can take on more work to boost their income. Source: BBC

Strictly’s Seann Walsh: ‘I’m not the person I’m being portrayed as’

The comedian says he's "not the person I'm being portrayed as" after kissing his Strictly partner. Source: BBC

Westminster attack: Bodyguard breaks down at inquest

Westminster attacker "was carrying two large knives... he was going to kill me", officer says. Source: BBC

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