Giuseppe Conte's resignation came as he accused his coalition partner of being "irresponsible".
Prop Mako Vunipola could make his return from a hamstring injury in England's Rugby World Cup warm-up against Ireland.
University admissions service says the top grade in a T-level qualification will be worth 168 Ucas points.
A litter of four wildcat kittens has been born at an animal park near Canterbury
Sir Elton John says he offset the emissions for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's private jet flight - how would that work?
John Humble, dubbed Wearside Jack, was jailed for perverting the course of justice in 2006.
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: E-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc. and Philip Morris USA Inc. were sued for illegally marketing nicotine-delivery devices to minors and deceiving consumers about the risks of vaping. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a 19-year-old, Christian Foss, who says he became addicted to nicotine and suffered worsening asthma symptoms after he began using Juul's device at 16, and seeks to represent all Illinois minors who used it. It alleges that Juul and Philip Morris violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, adopting the tobacco industry's past use of catchy ad campaigns aimed at children. The Justice Department invoked RICO to sue the industry two decades ago. "Mimicking Big Tobacco's past marketing practices, defendants prey on youth for financial gain," according to the lawsuit, filed Monday in federal court in Chicago. Philip Morris is a unit of Altria Group, which is also named as a defendant and which recently bought a 35% stake in Juul for $12.8 billion.
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Watch highlights from Shauna Coxey's route to winning a bronze medal in the combined final at the Climbing World Championships in Hachioji, Japan. The Combined final is made up of three climbs: the speed, boulder and lead and will feature at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for the first time.
The RSPCA admits Ugly Betty's "unusual looks" may put some people off the one-eyed pooch.
Five-year-old Taylor Hooper is an internet sensation after rocking on stage with his music idols in Belfast.