The prince says he and Meghan wanted to continue serving the Queen, but "that wasn't possible".
The men - aged in their 20s and 30s - were pronounced dead at the scene in Seven Kings, police say.
There is "considerable risk" the price of the high-speed rail link could rise by another 20%, a report finds.
New cases of the respiratory illness are confirmed in the cities of Wuhan, Beijing and Shenzhen.
Thousands are expected to take part in the Richmond rally, which authorities fear could turn violent.
Data suggests 30% of second generation migrants feel discriminated against because of their ethnicity.
Thunderstorms bring rain to fire-affected areas but also cause damage through hail and flash floods.
Period poverty campaigners are urging schools and colleges to opt-in to the new scheme in England.
Stagecoach and its partners say the government acted unlawfully in barring them from bidding.
The reason US President Donald Trump is facing an impeachment trial lies thousands of miles away.
One of the world's biggest users of plastic plans to phase out most single-use items by 2025.
Prince Harry's first speech since he and Meghan said they would step back from royal duties dominates Monday's papers.
People living at the foot of a volcano in Ecuador are being taught what to do if disaster strikes
Melbourne and Canberra are pelted by golf-ball sized stones, causing widespread damage.
Rianto is a master of Lengger Lanang, a traditional Indonesia dance where men perform as women.
BBC News looks at some of the numbers around the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
China is a country caught in the middle of a global struggle: to develop but also be green.
A woman who was out walking when she photographed a wedding proposal is trying to find the couple.
One influencer said social media had become "a catalogue" for men to select their next conquest.
Your questions about the Australia bushfires.
Changes to smear tests will mean more HPV diagnoses but there is concern over myths about the virus.
Leaked documents reveal how Isabel dos Santos made her fortune through exploitation and corruption.
Research suggests that slang bans in schools may be more harmful than good.
Heads of state are meeting in London for a UK-Africa summit ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.
Hollywood actor Dan Aykroyd is also the boss of a popular vodka company.
Liverpool continue their charge for a first league title in 30 years by beating rivals Manchester United at Anfield.
British number one Dan Evans fights back from two sets down to beat American Mackenzie McDonald in the Australian Open first round.
The Kansas City Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 54 in Miami on 2 February.
England's Stuart Bingham becomes the oldest Masters winner by defeating Ali Carter 10-8 in a fluctuating final.
Captain Joe Root takes four wickets to push England closer to victory on the fourth day of the third Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth.
Saracens' place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals is secured after they beat Racing 92 and Gloucester lose in Toulouse.
Your downloadable guide to immigration in the UK and how it shapes our culture and way of life.
Over the past century many groups have left and entered the country, changing the shape of the nation.
Home Office figures suggest many migrants crossing the Channel in boats are granted asylum.
Four maps on how immigration has changed Britain.
Few now remain in Saraqeb, a town in Syria's last opposition-held province, Idlib. Laith al-Abdullah is one.
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When Bury FC was expelled from the English Football League, supporters were left with a hole in their lives.
Ayahuasca's psychedelic powers are attracting more and more tourists. But the scene appears to have a dark side.
A report said an officer who cited race as a reason for inaction over sex abuse could not be identified.
A woman who was repeatedly abused as a child was let down by South Yorkshire Police, a report finds.
Police said the child was an "innocent bystander" when a gun was fired from a moving car in Sheffield.
Before his death, Danny Butcher paid £13,000 for training with Samuel Leeds' Property Investors firm.
The judge said the defendant was caught red-handed, which should have resulted in an instant charge.
Barnsley's Tommy Wright was sentenced to 12 months suspended for a year.
The Porsche and Ferrari collided on a roundabout in Sheffield in May 2018, police say.
Three men and a 17-year-old boy are accused of murdering Lewis Bagshaw outside a house in Sheffield.
The traditional childhood games are helping keep young people out of trouble.
The students will be trained to tackle "subtle but offensive comments" on campus and in student housing.
The once-notorious block of flats is being redeveloped in phases.
Latest figures show 13,500 adults on the waiting list for gender identity treatment in England.
A report says more organisations in Sheffield should help mothers and babies in the city.
Sheffield United's outstanding first season back in the Premier League continues as John Fleck hit a late equaliser at Arsenal.
Elite League Sheffield Steelers score two late goals to secure victory away at Cardiff Devils.
Blackburn spring a surprise for the Championship form book with an emphatic 5-0 away win at Sheffield Wednesday.
Niclas Eliasson scores the only goal as Bristol City boost their play-off hopes with a home victory over Barnsley.
Rotherham remain top of League win after scoring three second-half goals to defeat Bristol Rovers.
The Duke of Sussex says stepping back from the Royal Family was the only option for "a more peaceful life".
Harry and Meghan giving up their HRH titles like this is unprecedented, our royal correspondent says.
Meghan Markle's father reacts to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex deciding to step down as senior royals.
The Post Office's response comes after ex-workers call for convictions to be overturned.
How make-up helped beauty influencer Georgie Aldous get through the bad days.
Belfast artist Jordan Adetunji gives an insight into the increasingly popular Irish hip-hop scene.
Rex Martey suffers from prostate cancer and has written a song dedicated to one of his nurses.
As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon footprint.
The Scottish siblings are the first three brothers to row any ocean and the fastest trio to row the Atlantic.
Robbers broke glass display cases with a sledgehammer in the robbery which was captured on CCTV.
The Lewis actor clashes with an audience member over whether press coverage was racist.
Alena is a #tradwife and she's not alone
Presenter Evan Davis said it was the worst mistake since he joined Radio 4's PM programme.
Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer explains why he's the right person for the job.
From inside the Old Bailey, Clive Coleman explains what we can expect once cameras are allowed in.
Children in Scotland may be banned from heading the ball because of a suspected link between football and dementia.
Women who report violent sexual assaults at university say the perpetrators are getting away with it.
Relatives of a Sri Lankan archaeologist return a Buddha relic to a sacred temple 100 years later.
Speaking to the BBC, Labour leadership hopeful Keir Starmer says the party has lost votes in its heartlands.
The footage shot in 1998 was to create a holographic artwork on David Bowie's album Hours.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to Labour members about what the party needs to do to recover.
‘You, Me and the Big C’ presenter Deborah James tells 5 Live she is currently ‘free’ of cancer.
HS2 campaigners have now spent more than three months living in a protest camp at Cubbington Wood.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first visit to Bradford.
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The health secretary says connecting flights within the UK are 'incredibly important'.
The early morning commute in Glasgow is disrupted by a cow on the line.
People scrambled to see if anyone was under the roof but no-one is believed to be injured.
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