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The 19-year-old was named for the first time by captain Leon Smith and could be handed the second doubles slot to play alongside the Wimbledon champion after impressing

The aircraft was carrying Nigel Farage and towing a banner when it crashed

Crash pilot who threatened Ukip leader Nigel Farage found dead

Justin Adams had accused Mr Farage of “ruining his life”

RSPCA Inspector Tony Woodley holds a seven-inch-long huntsman spider, common to Australia, which was discovered in a delivery at St Leonards-on-Sea:

Stowaway! Giant fast-moving huntsman spider with a nasty bite lands in UK

The seven-inch arachnid reached East Sussex in delivery of BMX parts from Taiwan

Jeremy Forrest trial: No action to be taken against woman over perverting the course of justice claim

No further action will be taken against a woman who was suspected of trying to pervert the course of justice in connection with the case of jailed teacher Jeremy Forrest.

Undated handout photos issued by the Home Office of brothers Istvan Toth (left) and Peter Toth as Home Office immigration enforcement crime investigators have issued an appeal for information about the Hungarian nationals, who are charged in connection with an investigation into the trafficking of women for the purposes of prostitution

Home Office issues photos of brothers Istvan and Peter Toth, missing while facing trafficking charge

Two brothers set to stand trial next month for alleged sex trafficking offences have gone missing.

Feet up: Taking the air on a Brighton pier in 1937

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When working-class Londoners boarded the coach to begin their summer holiday they would have a whip-round, and as they pulled away they would throw coins through the windows to the poorer kids left behind.

Fringe festival fixture Lucy Porter

My Edinburgh: Lucy Porter, part of the Fringe festival furniture

I first came to Edinburgh when I was 18 to serve on the Perrier Awards panel, and was inspired to try stand-up myself. In the intervening 22 years the press initially dubbed me a a 'fresh face', then 'a rising star', then an 'established name'. This year I was described as a 'permanent fringe fixture'. Like the rain, the sweaty venues and the panpipe players outside Waverley station, I have become part of the festival furniture.

Clockwise from top left: Kyle Edmund, Oliver Golding, Luke Bambridge and Liam Broady

The British kids fighting to follow in Wimbledon champion Andy Murray's footsteps

Murray has spoken of his desire to inspire those coming through

Attack from the air: The British coastal towns turned into war zones by seagulls menacing tourists and post office workers

It’s a seaside town known for its idyllic picture postcard scenery, but an area of Newquay has been turned into a warzone by menacing gulls.

Kyle Edmund in action against South Korea's Young Seok Kim

Wimbledon 2013: Britain's Kyle Edmund makes winning start in boys' singles

On a big day for British tennis there was a winning start when Yorkshire's Kyle Edmund won his boys' singles match in straight sets against Korea's Young Seok Kim 6-4, 6-3.

Edmund was the first British title winner at Roland Garros in 31 years

Kyle Edmund's only walk on the wild side takes him to Wimbledon

British 18-year-old does not drink and rarely goes out but the sacrifice has delivered French success and a SW19 invitation

‘I love you,’ maths teacher guilty of abduction tells pupil in court

Jury dismisses Jeremy Forrest’s claim he took 15-year-old girl to France to keep her safe

Maggie Steed as Meg in The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter

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An evening spent inhabiting Harold Pinter’s tensely disconcerting world is never going to be a sunlit stroll through the daisies.

Crown Prosecution Service employees admit making £1m of bogus claims for witness taxi fares

Pair produced invoices for fictitious cab firm

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