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Ex-Everton striker Marcus Bent has won a court fight over the ownership of a house more than four years after being declared bankrupt (David Davies/PA)

Bankrupt ex-footballer wins court fight over ownership of house

Bankruptcy trustees wanted to take possession of a house they said Marcus Bent, who played for more than a dozen clubs, including Everton, owned

Water company blames people working from home for hosepipe ban

Chief executive claims that people working from home was a ‘key factor’ behind the the first hosepipe ban of the summer


2.5 million illicit vapes seized in three years ‘tip of the iceberg’

More than 1,350,000 vapes were seized by trading standards at Hillingdon council in west London alone


Guns N’ Roses to headline Glastonbury on Saturday in debut festival performance

The band’s original line-up of Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan will take to the stage on Saturday, after reuniting in 2015.

Foo Fighters at Glastonbury: The Churn-Ups honour Taylor Hawkins

The festival’s worst kept secret is finally out there, with Dave Grohl wringing every last drop out of their hour-long surprise set


Fred again.. at Glastonbury: chest-rattling tunes from music’s darling

One of the most anticipated sets of the festival didn’t disappoint


RTE chair set to meet with Media Minister over Tubridy controversy

It comes as the national broadcaster reels from revelations around the misreporting of how much it’s top star was paid.

Ships return as Titan submersible recovery operations begin to wind down

The Canadian Coast Guard confirmed two ships were en route St John’s harbour on Friday evening.

What the papers say – June 24

A wide range of stories feature across Saturday’s front pages.

Fresh pressure on Sunak as small boat crossings up on last June

The number of Channel crossings by people in small boats so far this month is now higher than the number for the whole of June last year, figures show


Foo Fighters dedicate last song of surprise Glastonbury set to Taylor Hawkins

The US rock band stormed through a number of hit songs during the hour-long performance on Friday.

Transportation Safety Board launches investigation into fatal Titan implosion

A team of investigators is due to travel to St John’s in Canada to gather information.

Johnson hails Titan ‘heroes’ and hits out at ‘lefties’ who have questioned trip

The ex-prime minister said those who died in the submersible disaster were ‘pushing out the frontiers of human knowledge’.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe ‘humbled’ by Glastonbury response

She said an image from Glastonbury Festival in 2019 gave her heart while she was imprisoned in Iran.

Police metal detector wands may be used after sergeant’s death

The watchdog said its recommendation to use the search wands in all response vehicles and vehicles used to transport detainees had been accepted


How much do rail workers earn? New strikes announced for July

Around 20,000 union members across 14 rail companies will walk out for three days


Artist paints every day for nine years to show children ‘power of not giving up’

‘I wanted to educate them as much as anything about the power of believing and just not giving up,’ Margo McDaid said.

Princess of Wales wows Royal Ascot crowds in striking red dress

The Prince and Princess of Wales took part in the traditional royal carriage procession and later mingled with jockey Frankie Dettori.

Windrush trolls taken down after public criticism

Sunder Katwala, director of independent think tank British Future, told the PA news agency about a series of offensive tweets.

Co-founder defends Titanic expeditions company after deadly vessel implosion

OceanGate Expeditions’ co-founder Guillermo Sohnlein said regulations for Titanic wreckage visits are ‘tricky to navigate’.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe given standing ovation at Glastonbury Festival

Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe appeared emotional as she described seeing a picture of Glastonbury support for her while in an Iranian prison in 2019.

RTE director general Dee Forbes suspended amid furore over Ryan Tubridy salary

The Irish national broadcaster admitted he was paid several hundred thousand euro more than it had previously declared.

Kate and William join King and Queen at Royal Ascot

The Prince and Princess of Wales live close to the racecourse, having moved to their four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage in Windsor’s Home Park last year.

Junior doctors’ strike: Why are they walking out in England in July?

Junior doctors, who make up more than 40 per cent of the NHS workforce, will walk out for the fourth time this year in July


Council leader and deputy leader to appear in court following fraud investigation

Jason Zadrozny and Thomas Hollis will appear in court in Nottingham next month.

Claim received for £55m EuroMillions jackpot win

It is the second time a UK ticketholder has won the jackpot this month.

Maintenance worker accused of hospital attack

Matteo Bottarelli, 43, was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey.

Chancellor announces more flexibility for struggling mortgage holders

Mortgage holders allowed to switch to interest-only for six months without impacting credit score


Pair of endangered Komodo dragons born at Chester Zoo

The Komodo dragon is the world’s largest living lizard and is famously known for its venom


Tour de France 2023: The five most challenging routes in Great Britain

How you can make a yellow jersey-worthy effort on your home turf


NHS: Millions of medical devices in hospitals at risk of being hacked

The collateral damage caused by cyberattacks on these internet-enabled devices puts lives at risk


Glastonbury 2023: Musical magic, mud and very special memories

The world’s biggest party held at Worthy Farm holds a special place in the hearts of a nation of festivalgoers


Who were the passengers on board the Titan sub?

The submersible was carrying five people on a trip to the century-old Titanic wreck


Piccadilly film marks 75th anniversary of Windrush arrival in Britain

Four of the six Windrush Elders stood together to watch themselves on the film


Gang who smuggled Albanians into UK behind lorry drivers’ seats jailed

In one text, the criminals boasted of ‘99 per cent’ success rate


Victoria Pendleton announces death of twin brother from brain tumour

The former Olympic track cyclist-turned-jockey hailed her sibling as ‘kind’ and ‘brave’ and said he would be ‘painfully missed by many’


ID rules stopped 14,000 people voting: What are the requirements?

To avoid getting caught out, find out what forms of ID are valid as part of the new voting rules