THE Duke of Cambridge and the Prime Minister will join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena atrocity one year on at a remembrance service in the city.

They will attend the ceremony at Manchester Cathedral along with some of the hundreds injured in the May 22 terror attack, first responders to the scene, civic leaders and other national figures.

The invitation-only service, held between 2pm and 3pm, will incorporate a national silence at 2.30pm, which will also be marked at UK government buildings.

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A JUDGE will hear submissions from prosecution and defence teams before sentencing a fashion student convicted of throwing acid over her former partner as he lay sleeping.

Berlinah Wallace, 48, was acquitted of murdering Mark van Dongen but convicted of throwing a corrosive substance with intent following a four-week trial at Bristol Crown Court.

She purchased a bottle of 98 per cent concentration sulphuric acid and viewed more than 40 websites about it – including post-mortem images – after Mr van Dongen left her for another woman.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend their first royal engagement as a married couple today.

Harry and Meghan will attend a Buckingham Palace garden party as part of the Prince of Wales’s 70th birthday celebrations.

It will be their first royal duty as husband and wife after they were married in a ceremony at Windsor Castle on Saturday.

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FOREIGN Secretary Boris Johnson has signalled an interest in tough US-style sanctions against the wealthy circle of businessmen around Vladimir Putin.

The Government came under fire on Monday for continuing to allow Putin allies to use the City of London as a base for their “corrupt assets” in the wake of the Salisbury poisoning case.

In a hard-hitting report, the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee called for “stronger political leadership”, with further sanctions against Kremlin-connected individuals.

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Downing Street denied it was “turning a blind eye” to “dirty money” from Russia, insisting the UK was determined to drive “dirty money and money launderers” out of the country.