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Stuntman Mark Sutton and parachuting at the Olympics opening ceremony

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Mark Sutton is believed to have hit a mountain ridge while taking part in wingsuit dive in the Swiss Alps

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Royal Baby: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge register birth of Prince George

As one in three UK children are born into poverty, one child will never know that reality thanks to his father's occupation as "Prince of the United Kingdom".

Revealed: Queen's last words to Britain in case of nuclear conflict

It would have been the Queen’s Speech to end them all. At midday on Friday 4 March 1983, the monarch was due to address the nation to announce that Britain was at war and – due to the “deadly power of abused technology” – a nuclear conflict was at hand.

Andreas Wöhler can add the Goodwood Cup to his King George success

Glorious Goodwood: Altano can prove Germany's staying power

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Badar Azim posts Prince George's birth notice in the Palace courtyard

Indian footman who helped to announce the birth of Prince George to the world is back in India after visa expires

Badar Azim rose to his position at the Palace from a childhood in a Calcutta slum

Reason to be cheerful: official 'life satisfaction' survey reveals happiness is up and anxiety down

Amid Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee celebrations the UK decided to look on bright side of life

Novellist wins the King George VI in a record time at Ascot

Kate leaves no doubts with Deauville win

Unlike Falmouth Stakes triumph, John Gosden’s filly enjoys clear-cut  success in filthy weather

The Duchess of Cambridge wearing the now iconic Jenny Packham blue dress

Jenny from the blue-blooded block: Duchess of Cambridge dress designer Packham is inducted into the fashion royal family

Appearance of blue polka-dots on the new mother follows the likes of Helen Mirren and Judy Murray stepping out in Packham's creations

Royal baby: Uncle (Prince) Harry says he'll make sure Prince George 'has fun' - is that a threat or a promise?

Prince Harry has said that his role in the upbringing of his nephew, the royal baby Prince George, will be to “make sure he has fun”.

Mahmood al-Zarooni has been banned for eight years

Godolphin will face no further doping charges

Report finds Mahmood al-Zarooni's assistant Charlie Appleby was unaware of what was going on

People queue to see the Easel displaying the Royal Birth announcement letter at Buckingham Palace

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The monarchy has played the PR game for generations

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge holds the Prince of Cambridge

Welcome, baby George. And don't mind the millions of eyes watching your every move

The royal baby's name has been decided. It had to be something simple, English and firm, didn’t it?

Leading Light will spearhead Aidan O’Brien’s St Leger challenge

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Ruler of the World and Trading Leather, the English and Irish Derby winners, were conspicuous by their absence at today’s entry stage for the St Leger, connections opting  instead to go the Irish Champion Stakes route and a drop back in distance. However, a profusion of  prospective late-bloomers stood their ground for the Doncaster classic,  including no fewer than 12 from Aidan O’Brien’s powerful stable.

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