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8th August 2016
Labour members win leadership vote case
Five new Labour Party members win a High Court battle over their legal right to vote in the leadership contest between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith.
Quadruple amputee Jamie Andrew conquers Matterhorn
Scottish climber Jamie Andrew becomes the first quadruple amputee to conquer the Matterhorn.
Catholic Bishop Dr Edward Daly Dies Aged 82
The retired Catholic bishop Dr Edward Daly, who went to the aid of civil rights protesters during Bloody Sunday, has died aged 82.
Labour Members Win Court Battle Over Vote
Five new Labour members have won a High Court battle over their legal right to vote in the forthcoming leadership election.
Bloody Sunday 'handkerchief' bishop dies
The former Catholic Bishop of Derry, Dr Edward Daly, whose photograph became the iconic image of Bloody Sunday, dies at the age of 82.
Golden Boy Peaty Cheered On By #OlympicNan
Swimmer Adam Peaty was cheered to Olympic glory by his proud nan – who has become a minor Twitter celebrity along the way.
FTSE Bosses 'Earn 140 Times' More Than Workers
Pay packets for FTSE 100 chief executives rose by 10% last year, up to an average of £5.5m each, according to a new report.
Two boys charged with robbery after Hull vicar carjacked
The police helicopter is scrambled to help detain two boys after a vicar was carjacked as she left a church service.
Ed Balls dances into Strictly line-up
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls is the first contestant confirmed for the next season of BBC One show Strictly Come Dancing.
Gold And Silver Medals For Team GB Swimmers
British swimmer Adam Peaty has won gold in the Rio Olympics, smashing his world record.