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Company boss who sued BA for £5m after slipping in spilt Baileys at Heathrow wins compensation fight- but payout will be cut as judge rules he was also to blame because he was rushing after stopping at Starbucks

A Swiss executive whose love for 'proper coffee' meant he slipped in a puddle of Bailey's at Heathrow Aiport has won compensation in a £5 million legal dispute against British Airways.

Defeated SNP MP Joanna Cherry slams Nicola Sturgeon's push for gender recognition reform as the party begins blame game for their 'cataclysmic' election night which saw them drop from 48 seats to just 9

Ms Cherry, a high-profile Scottish politician not shy of challenging her party's belief on trans orthodoxy, was one of Thursday night's shock losers as the SNP's Westminster numbers were devastated.

Slovakia boss Francesco Calzona insists he feels 'more pride than disappointment' after his side narrowly missed out on a place in the quarter-finals with defeat to England

Ivan Schranz's strike looked to be enough to secure a historic upset before Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane netted to turn the tide for England.

Emotional footy coach fights back tears after week from hell: 'It wasn't easy'

Ken Hinkley has shown the toll of the last few days, choking up immediately after Port Adelaide's crucial two-point AFL win over St Kilda.

Worst rivers in the country are so contaminated they could make people ill

Charity Earthwatch finds Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire have the worst water quality in sample tests

Yellow alert for England as Met Office predicts heatwave

Highs of up to 88F (31C) are forecast for all areas except the North East until Thursday this week

Friday evening news briefing: Labour ‘drawing up plans for £10bn extra wealth taxes’

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What did Julian Assange do? Timeline of the WikiLeaks legal saga

After years of lengthy legal fights to avoid extradition to the United States, Assange is finally set to be free

How Queen Elizabeth’s act of defiance helped rebuild Britain’s relationship with Japan

As Japan’s state visit commences, we chart the rocky history between the two nations – and the late Queen’s ‘openness’ during her 1975 trip

Three children missing after day out at Thorpe Park found safe

14-year-old girl named as Khandi and two younger children, Amelia, 9, and Malik, 7, were reported missing on Monday

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