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From the King's Lynn News Centre
Friday 20th January 2017 - 6pm:


UK News

Prince Charles' hopes for Sky Ocean Rescue campaign

The Prince of Wales has given his backing to the Sky Ocean Rescue campaign, describing the build-up of plastic waste in our oceans as "one of the most troubling environmental trends".


Pound slips back as markets react to Brexit court ruling

The pound has slipped back after the UK's highest court ruled on a legal challenge over the Brexit vote.


Government loses Supreme Court case over Article 50

Theresa May needs the approval of Parliament to trigger the Brexit process, Britain's most senior judges have ruled.


Murder probe after man stabbed to death on bus

A man has been stabbed to death on the upper deck of a bus in the West Midlands.


Showbiz News

Suspended SNL writer apologises for Barron Trump joke

A Saturday Night Live writer has apologised following her suspension for tweeting a widely criticised joke about Donald Trump's youngest son Barron.


Kardashian clinic visit investigated by Dubai authorities

Dubai authorities are reportedly investigating a centre for disabled children after it hosted a visit by Kim Kardashian West without government approval.


The Last Jedi: Name of Star Wars episode VIII revealed online

The name for the hotly anticipated next installment of the Star Wars film franchise has been revealed as The Last Jedi.


Razzies 2016: Zoolander 2 tops year's worst movies

Sequels, remakes and book adaptations dominate "the crop of cinematic c**p" at this year's Annual Razzie Awards.


Sports News

Bernie Ecclestone no longer in charge of F1

Bernie Ecclestone is no longer in charge of Formula One (F1) after almost 40 years in the driving seat.


Hull's Ryan Mason speaks about head clash that fractured skull

Hull footballer Ryan Mason has been talking to club officials in hospital about the clash of heads which left him with a fractured skull during the 2-0 defeat by Chelsea.


Two baseball stars die in separate car crashes in Dominican Republic

Two Major League Baseball stars have been killed in separate car crashes in Dominican Republic.


Boris Johnson to face Olympic Stadium cost questions

Boris Johnson will be asked to justify his management of London's Olympic Stadium as part of an in-depth investigation into the "skyrocketing" costs of converting the arena for West Ham United.


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