5 MINUTE BRIEFING.
Singer's body found THE family of singer Scott Hutchison has said they are "utterly devastated" at his death.
Police confirmed yesterday that a body found by police was that of the missing Frightened Rabbit star. The 36-year-old had last been seen at around 1am on Wednesday after leaving the Dakota Hotel in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh.
The family said: "Depression is a horrendous illness that does not give you any alert or indication as to when it will take hold of you."
Npower bills up PS64 average rise of 4.4% on gas and 6.2% on electricity.
NPOWER has become the latest firm to put up energy bills in a move that will affect a million people.
Npower blamed increases in policy and wholesale energy costs for the rise, which comes after EDF and British Gas also raised prices.
The group is to increase typical annual dual fuel bills by 5.3%, or PS64, from June 17. It is made up of an Airport staff to strike WORKERS at Luton airport, including baggage handlers, firefighters and security staff, are to stage strikes over the May Bank Holiday weekend in disputes over pay and zero hours contracts.
The Unite union warned of disruption to flights unless a series of rows with the airport and contractors are resolved. Workers voted in a series of ballots to take industrial action, which will be held at different times between 7am on May 25 and 6.30am on May 30.
Stars' family secrets ACTRESS Olivia Colman, left, barrister Robert "Judge" Rinder and Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas are among the stars delving into their family histories for the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? Junk food ads ban JUNK food advertising could be banned on the London Underground network as part of plans to tackle the capital's "ticking time-bomb" of childhood obesity.
The proposals, unveiled by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, would also extend to the capital's buses and bus shelters, as well as the London Overground.
Mr Khan said "bold steps" were needed to "do right" by young people, and to minimise the strain being placed on an under-pressure health service.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||May 12, 2018|
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