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Dad-of-three called Harry Potter is set to rake in £30,000 when he sells a rare first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

***EXCLUSIVE*** Britain’s real Harry Potter is selling his copy of Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone after discovering it’s a valuable first edition.  And he plans to turn the fun gift, bought by his flabbergasted dad when it was published in 1997 due to the name coincidence, into a lasting legacy. Proceeds from the sale of the hardback book will be used to honour his late father. The hardback copy, one of only 500 in the first print run, is due to be sold at Hansons Auctioneers on October 7, guide price £20,000-£30,000.  Harry, a 33-year-old national sales manager, was eight when the first Potter book came out. Thanks to Pottermania, he’s spent the last 25 years trying to convince people his name really is Harry Potter.

Nurse who tipped the scales at 17 stone sheds the pounds after becoming worried about catching Covid at hospital and struggling to work in full PPE

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sarah Wynter, 39, knew her bulky size 22 frame put her at more risk of dying from coronavirus as she battled to save lives herself as a front-line intensive care nurse.  The mum-of-two would also struggle to complete 12 hour shifts wearing full PPE and was left "sweating all day" in the ICU at Hereford County Hospital.   After seeing first-hand the devastating impact the virus had on overweight people and with her 40th birthday approaching, Sarah decided something had to change.   So she joined Slimming World in September last year and has managed to lose an impressive five-and-a-half stone in the last 12 months.

The Royal Mail will trial two types of micro electric vehicles for delivering letters and small parcels

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Royal Mail is to trial two golf-buggy types of micro electric vehicles for delivering letters and small parcels. The tiny vehicles will be assessed in residential areas as a potential lower carbon alternative to larger vans. The move is aimed at stepping up its drive to further reduce emissions. The vehicles have been specially designed to help postal staff deliver letters and smaller parcels on their daily rounds.

Woman who nearly died after she developed sepsis following gastric sleeve operation wins undisclosed payout from bungling GP

***EXCLUSIVE*** Laura Battrum, of Birmingham, visited a GP after she started feeling unwell following weight loss surgery designed to increase her chances of starting a family.  Laura, who complained she had a fever, breathlessness and diarrhoea, and was struggling to stand or walk unsupported, said the doctor told her to go home and take paracetamol.  More than a week after her visit her fiancé Steve Curson called the NHS 111 helpline. Laura, of Kings Heath, was admitted to hospital where she underwent emergency surgery for a perforated bowel.  Laura was placed in an induced coma for four weeks and spent four months in hospital. She now has a permanent stoma and has to change her bag up to 12 times a day.  Following her ‘ordeal’ Laura instructed expert medical negligence experts at Irwin Mitchell to investigate the care she received from the GP and to help her access the specialist ongoing support she requires.  Laura has joined her legal team in warning of the dangers of sepsis – which sees the body attack itself in response to an infection. It comes after the GP, through their insurer, agreed an undisclosed settlement. They denied liability.

A host of items from the 'Great Train Robbery' including Ronnie Biggs’ letter to the parole board which saw him freed have sold for £7K

***EXCLUSIVE*** A host of items from the 'Great Train Robbery' including Ronnie Biggs’ letter to the parole board which saw him freed have sold for £7K. The document known as ‘the letter that freed Ronnie Biggs' was among dozens of items on offer from his estate. They included various signed photographs that Biggs made and printed to sell in order to fund his medical care. The images poke fun at the robbery - and feature explicit language. Also on offer were banknotes from the robbery as well as pieces from a Monopoly set used by the criminals - including a 'Go To Jail' card. The collection featured in East Bristol Auction’s ‘Military, History & Transport Auction’ - and sold for £7K.

The world's first 'T-pylons' are installed by National Grid - the first new design for a pylon in Britain for 100 years

***EXCLUSIVE*** The world's first 'T-pylons' have been installed by the National Grid - the first new design for a pylon in Britain for 100 years. The new design for an electricity pylon will be one of 116 T-pylons along a 57km route, connecting low carbon energy to six million UK homes and businesses. The T-pylons have a single pole and T-shaped cross arms which hold the wires in a diamond ‘earring’ shape. They are 35 metres high, a third shorter than National Grid’s traditional lattice pylons, and have a smaller footprint using less land. The new pylons form part of National Grid’s Hinkley Connection project, a £900m investment to connect low carbon electricity from Hinkley Point C Nuclear power station.

A photographer captured this stunning image of the Milky Way above the famous Harry Potter viaduct

***EXCLUSIVE*** A photographer captured this stunning image of the Milky Way above the famous Harry Potter viaduct. Sylvan Buckley, 46, pictured the moment the core was seen through the clear night sky above the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the wizard films. The snapper, from Saltcoats, North Ayrshire, decided to stop off at the viaduct on the way home from a trip and was amazed to get the ‘bucket list’ shot. Sylvan said he would normally use a star tracker to pinpoint the Milky Way, but ideal weather conditions meant he was able to see the core perfectly with the naked eye.