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Peru drugs mule Melissa Reid agreed trip as she 'wanted to boast about it'

Melissa Reid and her father William before boarding their flight in Lima to return to the UK (AP)

Drugs mule Melissa Reid was caught smuggling £1.5 million of cocaine out of Peru after wanting a story to boast about to friends on the Ibiza party scene.

4:52am Sunday 26 June 2016

Adele giddy with delight as she endears as a Glastonbury headliner

Adele giddy with delight as she endears as a Glastonbury headliner

We got the feeling this was the most important night of Adele’s life as a performer.

3:51am Sunday 26 June 2016

'Lego passengers' on board as Juno probe gets dangerously close to Jupiter

The Juno probe is set to take a dangerously close look at Jupiter

Scientists are preparing for a bumpy ride as they send a spacecraft perilously close to Jupiter, the Solar System's largest planet.

3:30am Sunday 26 June 2016

Flood-hit Cumbria residents living in fear of next 'rainy season'

Cumbria was hard hit by flooding in December

Struggling homeowners hit by the floods in Cumbria are living an enduring misery as they try to recover amid the dread and fear of the coming winter.

2:53am Sunday 26 June 2016

Families' fears ahead of publication of review into Bristol care

Faye Valentine's son Luke Jenkins, 7, died in April 2012 and she told the Press Association that she was nervous about what the Bristol Review will say

The parents of young children who died on a controversial cardiac ward have spoken of their fears that an independent inquiry into their sons' care will not give them the answers they crave.

2:53am Sunday 26 June 2016

Sir Bradley Wiggins only has eyes for gold in record-breaking Rio quest

Sir Bradley Wiggins is targeting a record-breaking eighth Olympic medal in Rio

Sir Bradley Wiggins says a record-breaking eighth Olympic medal will mean nothing unless it is gold in Rio, and admits his fear of retirement is tempting him to seriously consider extending his career in search of even more glory.

1:50am Sunday 26 June 2016

It's Glastonbowie as festival's first classical music headliner pays tribute

David Bowie performing at Glastonbury in 2000 - this year's festival had a classical music tribute to him

Glastonbury celebrated the late music superstar David Bowie with the festival's first classical music headliner.

1:26am Sunday 26 June 2016

Lee Radford hails Hull's team spirit as they march into Challenge Cup semi-final

Lee Radford has overseen a fine run of form at Hull

Lee Radford said the togetherness of his Hull squad is keeping them challenging on all fronts in 2016.

1:18am Sunday 26 June 2016

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1:04am Sunday 26 June 2016

Expert says there will not be new EU referendum despite 2.6m signing petition

The Government petition website of a petition calling for a new EU referendum when it passed the one million barrier - it now has more than 2.6 million signatures

A petition signed by more than 2.6 million people calling for a new EU referendum has no chance of reversing this week's historic vote to leave, Britain's foremost elections expert has said.

1:02am Sunday 26 June 2016
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