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The last surviving veteran of the First World War has died aged 110, two weeks away from her 111th birthday.

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The world's last surviving First World War service member has died aged 110.

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Body found on Queen's estate is missing 17-year-old

A young woman found murdered on the Queen's Sandringham estate had been missing for four months.

Police guarding the entrance to the woods on the Sandringham Estate where the remains were found

Murder suspected after woman's body found on Queen's estate

Police have launched a murder inquiry after a young woman's body was discovered in woodland just a mile from the entrance to Sandringham House in Norfolk, where the Queen and Prince Philip are staying.

Police guarding the entrance to the woods on the Sandringham Estate where the remains were found

Murder inquiry launched over woman's body on royal estate

Cold cases across country examined as police try to identify young victim found at Sandringham

Sandringham body sparks review of cold cases

Detectives investigating the discovery of a woman's body on the Queen's estate are examining links to cold cases nationwide.

Man tries to sell whale's remains

Police are investigating claims that a man tried to sell the bones and teeth of a whale found dead on a beach.

Human remains found on royal estate

Human remains have been found in woodland on the Royal Family's Sandringham Estate by a member of the public.

Another day, another killing

Two teenagers have been arrested after a man was fatally injured at a New Year's Eve party. The 42-year-old man was assaulted at a house in Hockwell Ring, Luton.

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