Family’s tribute to British woman robbed and murdered on Brazil solo adventure

The family of British adventurer Emma Kelty have paid tribute to their “active and determined sister” after she was robbed and murdered while kayaking alone in the Brazilian Amazon.

The woman was arrested after arriving on a flight from Turkey  (Steve Parsons/PA)

Woman, 22, held at Heathrow on suspicion of terror offence

A woman has been arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of a terrorism offence after arriving on a flight from Turkey.

Ryanair is shelving up to 50 flights daily over the next six weeks (Rui Vieira/PA)

Ryanair passengers ‘told to pay twice for extras when rebooking’

Some Ryanair passengers who rebooked flights after the airline announced mass cancellations have reported having to pay again if they had chosen to pick seats or take hold luggage.

Ivanka Trump attends the meeting at the United Nations General Assembly in New York (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

Ivanka Trump vows to join PM in ‘full-throated call’ to fight slavery

Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka has hailed Theresa May for her “remarkable leadership” in the fight against modern slavery, as she vowed the US would join Britain in a “full-throated call” for international action to end the crime.

Theresa May and Boris Johnson face an awkward meeting at the UN headquarters (Leon Neal/PA)

Theresa May ‘expects Boris Johnson to remain in Cabinet’

Theresa May is expecting Boris Johnson to remain in her Cabinet as Foreign Secretary, Downing Street has said.

Grenfell Tower in west London (Rick Findler/PA)

Individuals could face manslaughter charges over Grenfell Tower disaster

The criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire may consider individual as well as corporate manslaughter charges, the Metropolitan Police said.

(Andrew Matthews/PA)

Sir Vince Cable urges wealth taxes, insisting ‘we’re not just Ukip in reverse’

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has called for wealth taxes, as he insisted his party is not just “Ukip in reverse”, caring only about Brexit.

(Owen Humphreys/PA)

Red squirrels returning to Aberdeen woodlands in increasing numbers

Red squirrels have made a resurgence in Aberdeen woodlands, while their grey cousins have gone two years without being detected.

A train pulls in to the platform at Parsons Green tube station (Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP)

Third arrest in Parsons Green train bomb probe

A third man has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green terror attack, Scotland Yard said.

Qatar Airways says the world's first double beds in business class will take the passenger experience 'to a new level' on flights from London to Doha (Qatar Airways/PA)

Qatar Airways launches double beds in business class

The world’s first double beds in business class will take the passenger experience “to a new level” on flights from London to Doha, an airline has claimed.

Antibiotics are losing their effectiveness, experts warned (Julien Behal/PA)

World Health Organisation calls antibiotics resistance a ‘global emergency’

The world is running out of antibiotics, global health leaders have warned.

(David Rose/Daily Telegraph/PA)

William discusses drug legalisation with former addicts

The Duke of Cambridge has spoken to former addicts on the controversial topic of legalising drugs.

(Lynne Cameron/PA)

Almost quarter of ambulance staff in some areas off with stress in 2016-17 – GMB

Up to nearly one in four ambulance staff in parts of the country took time off work because of stress in the last financial year, according to new figures.

Virgin East Coast passengers will be able to bid for first class upgrades from £5 via an app (Martin Keene/PA)

Virgin East Coast to auction empty first class seats to standard fare payers

Rail passengers unhappy at the prospect of a journey in standard class can now bid for an upgrade.

A drone takes off from a lifeboat at Caister in Norfolk (Sam Russell/PA )

Lifeboat crew trial drones on search and rescue operations in world first

A lifeboat crew is trialling drones for use in sea search and rescue operations in what is thought to be a world first.

(Nick Ansell/PA)

Employers’ confidence in economy ‘falls to lowest level since EU referendum’

Confidence in the economy among employers has fallen to the lowest level since the EU referendum, and the political climate is not helping, according to a new report.

Tata Steel have signed a memorandum of understanding (Anna Gowthorpe/PA)

Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp plan merger deal

Tata Steel and German firm Thyssenkrupp have taken the first step towards a merger deal by signing a memorandum of understanding.

Rubbish bags are piled up in front of bins in Birmingham (Aaron Chown/PA)

Birmingham refuse collectors await High Court judge delivering redundancy ruling

Refuse collectors fighting for jobs in the wake of a dispute which has led to piles of rubbish being left in Birmingham streets are waiting to hear whether a High Court judge will intervene.

Pilots operate a simulated flight deck for reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft (Ben Birchall/PA )

Drone pilots could get military medals for campaign against Islamic State

Drone pilots who bomb Islamic State (IS) fighters could be awarded military medals under a review of how servicemen and women are recognised for their contribution to British operations, the Defence Secretary has announced.

Web giant Google has pledged £1 million to help fund projects to counter online and offline extremism (Yui Mok/PA)

Google creates £1m fund to help find ‘solution’ to online extremism

Web giant Google has pledged £1 million to help fund projects to counter online and offline extremism.

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