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Queen's 2017: Marin Cilic and Feliciano Lopez reach Aegon Championships final Spain's Feliciano Lopez sees off former champion Grigor Dimitrov to set up an Aegon Championships final against Croatian fourth seed Marin Cilic.

Brooklyn Beckham meets Michael Eavis at Glastonbury David and Brooklyn Beckham were seen enjoying the perks of celebrity as they hung out with festival founder Michael Eavis on Saturday.

Lamar Odom is seen with glass of orange juice in Florida On Friday the former husband of Khloe Kardashian was seen holding a glass of orange juice as he left his hotel in Miami, Florida.

Glastonbury: Jeremy Corbyn 'inspired' by young voters The Labour leader follows Craig David on the Pyramid Stage, for a speech two weeks after the election.

Women's World Cup 2017: England fall short in valiant run chase against India Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World...

Bethnal Green fire: Flats evacuated as flames spread Fire breaks out in a flat and spreads to the roof of the four-storey block in east London.

Sally Yates goes after Attorney General Jeff Sessions over criminal justice reform Her op-ed went after his advocacy for a “tough” approach to fighting crime.

Sausage roll row: US 'invents' new summer snack An American supermarket has created a "new" summer snack that look very familiar to Britons.

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