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Celebrity MasterChef: Everybody loved Eastenders's Big Mo and her no-nonsense approach

Celebrity MasterChef: Everybody loved Eastenders's Big Mo and her no-nonsense approach

Truly a national treasure.

9:32pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Venus Williams calls for Wimbledon equality after Court 18 clash

Venus Williams overcame Maria Sakkari on Court 18

Venus Williams demanded gender equality from Wimbledon organisers after the five-time champion was sent to play on tiny Court 18 in the second round.

9:14pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Johanna Konta happy despite her Wimbledon exit

Johanna Konta is out of Wimbledon

Johanna Konta felt no frustration despite crashing out in the Wimbledon second round to an excellent display from Eugenie Bouchard.

9:12pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Armed police arrest men in operation close to town centre

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Armed police made several arrests in an operation in Watford this evening.

9:11pm Thursday 30 June 2016

30% of health professionals refuse to be named on drug firm payments database

The new database contains the names of around 16,000 doctors, nurses and other health workers who have received payments or benefits in 2015

Nearly one in three health professionals have refused to be named over payments they received from drug firms.

7:51pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Ozone layer over Antarctica on the mend, scientists say

The ozone layer is healing, scientists say

The hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica appears to be healing, say scientists.

7:18pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Jokes about Queen's sex life on Radio 4 breached BBC guidelines

Jokes about Queen's sex life on Radio 4 breached BBC guidelines

The jokes have been deemed to be inappropriate.

7:02pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Charting the way to Watford

Jane Cousins

"People no longer use real maps to plan trips or find their way. We follow a straight blue line and miss out on everything else that surrounds us," says artist Jane Cousins, who will be exhibiting her work entitle Are You There? at Watford Museum…

6:35pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Andy Murray happy to move through the gears at Wimbledon

Andy Murray hits a backhand against Lu Yen-hsun

Andy Murray was happy to step up a gear as he continued a pleasingly low-key start to his Wimbledon campaign.

6:28pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Heather Watson: I looked at Twitter abuse to punish myself after Wimbledon loss

Heather Watson has previously spoken of receiving death threats after losing matches

British tennis player Heather Watson has said she looked at Twitter abuse to "punish" herself after losing in the first round at Wimbledon.

6:27pm Thursday 30 June 2016
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