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Jordison was a member of the mask-wearing heavy metal band and also performed with the likes of Metallica.
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say.
The Royal Navy and merchant fleet have no back-up if navigation systems are disrupted, experts warn.
Does a week of falling case numbers mean we're close to the end?
The Gilgamesh Dream Tablet was imported illegally into the US before being bought by Hobby Lobby.
About one in three has problems such as high blood pressure and mental ill health, a study suggests.
A £1.6bn strategy aimed at improving the lives of disabled people is to be set out by the government.
Christopher Arundell grew up in the UK but after doing time in jail is being deported to Zimbabwe.
Ross Testa explains why he hired his sister and then his father for his social media business.
They range from an arena built by a father and son, to a legendary home of Japanese martial arts.
British-Jamaican gymnast Danusia Francis believes athletes should have a choice over their outfits.
The country's economic crisis has forced some families to move into refugee camps to survive.
How one school in Croatia is working to improve education opportunities for Roma children like Kristina.
The album was handed over as part of a $7.4m deal with a notorious former drug firm executive.
The young birds "lucky to be alive" after found hiding in exhaust of an Airbus plane during repairs.
Charlotte Dujardin equals the most number of Olympic medals won by a British woman by claiming team dressage bronze in Tokyo.
Manchester United confirm they have reached an agreement to sign France defender Raphael Varane from Real Madrid.
The action began in March after the UK made a move to change the implementation of the protocol.
Wealth gap between countries could widen due to differing access to Covid vaccines, the IMF says.
Watch Smriti Mandhana's best shots as she powers Southern Brave to victory over Welsh Fire with an unbeaten 61 in The Hundred at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.