Police have launched a murder investigation after the incident in Loughton, Essex.
The continuing fallout from the fatal London Bridge terror attack features prominently in the nation’s papers on Tuesday.
Labour is pledging a £10 minimum wage for all workers.
Five other people were also injured in the crash.
Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt, both former Cambridge students, were fatally stabbed by convicted terrorist Usman Khan.
BBC Panorama claims the duke sent an email to Ghislaine Maxwell in 2015 saying he had “specific questions” about his accuser.
Virginia Giuffre, who claims she slept with Andrew when she was a teenager, told how he was a hideous dancer and his sweat was raining everywhere.
The duke has been pictured with his arm around Ms Giuffre’s waist at Ghislaine Maxwell’s house.
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Rain led to the second Test being declared a draw
Black Caps captain Kane Williamson labelled the incident ‘horrific’.
England’s focus now turns to the series with South Africa.
The pair combined for a 183-run stand.
Holders Manchester City landed a home tie against Port Vale.
The Argentinian beat Liverpool’s Virgil Van Dijk and Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo to the award.
World number one sent packing after losing five successive frames.
The Barcelona great’s glory-laden career continues to go from strength to strength.
Guardiola acknowledges he needs to regenerate his squad, but he is not intending to do it mid-season.
Former Argentina defender Pochettino was unseated by Spurs in November.
People living in rural areas are particularly likely to use notes and coins to celebrate Christmas, the Post Office found.
Which? said companies need to up their game as there are huge variations in waiting times and a lack of consistency on customer service.
Some 64% of people with mental health problems said they would have recovered more quickly if they had been helped to manage their money better.
Consumers have put concerns about political uncertainty aside for now to focus on the festive season, the BRC-KPMG retail sales monitor suggested.
The feature also allows some iPhones to tap out even after they have powered down.
The research from Which? found challenger brands are beating traditional banks for customer satisfaction.
NatWest said its online banking and mobile app suffered ‘intermittent problems’ but the issue was later resolved.
Economists said it remains to be seen whether the pick-up in borrowing is a ‘blip’ or the start of an upward trend.
Nearly half of people with a savings product put £100 or less away in it each month, with a quarter saving nothing, Nationwide Building Society found.
The Help to Buy Isa deadline for new customers is Saturday – but banks are pulling deals before then so savers need to act fast.