UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, has called for better value for students in England, admitting that they face "one of the most expensive systems of university tuition in the world".

May is set to announce an independent review of fees and student finance on Monday.

She will also argue for an end to "outdated attitudes" that favour university over technical education.

South African Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has become the latest high-profile personality to end his ties with Oxfam after the charity was embroiled in sexual misconduct claims.

He is stepping down from his role as an ambassador for the charity.

Speed sensors that were iced over may have caused a passenger jet to crash near Moscow, killing all 71 people on board, investigators say.

The faulty instruments could have given the pilots wrong speed data, Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee said.

The Saratov Airlines jet went down minutes after take-off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport on Sunday.

A 500kg World War Two bomb has been found at George V Dock on Sunday during planned work at the east London airport.

The airport has been shut all day and all flights cancelled, affecting up to 16,000 passengers, officials said.

The airport said if the attempt to remove the device is successful all flights will run as normal on Tuesday.

Prince Henrik of Denmark has died aged 83. In a statement, the royal family confirmed that he died “peacefully in his sleep” at Fredensborg Castle, north of Copenhagen, where he spent his final days, following hospital treatment for a lung infection and a benign lung tumour. His wife Queen Margrethe and their two sons were at his side.

The 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) German bomb was found early on Sunday morning in King George V Dock, during planned works close to London central airport. As bomb disposal experts from the police and Royal Navy worked to move the unexploded ordnance, the airport was shut down and two successive exclusion zones imposed. London City Airport chief executive Robert Sinclair announced flights would resume on Tuesday after the bomb was successfully removed from the dock.

Britain’s Serious Fraud Office on Monday charged a unit of Barclays over alleged fraud linked to emergency fundraising from Qatar at the peak of the financial crisis a decade ago, the bank said. The announcement follows a decision by the SFO in June last year to charge Barclays PLC, or the unit’s parent group, over the same alleged offence.

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