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Staff were disposing of chemicals at the nuclear power plant when the incident happened.
Jacob Rabi-Laleh, seven, is trying to help rough sleepers through winter.
It follows reports of disquiet among some Plaid AMs over whether she should lead the party in 2021.
The Evening Standard says they made "the wrong call" to edit the singer's elaborate hairstyle.
The storm will not be as bad as feared, although disruption is still possible, forecasters say.
Charges for picking up and dropping off passengers at some UK airports have risen by as much as 100%.
Joseph Hale was selected as one of the faces of retailer River Island's latest ad campaign.
Omid Saidy was stabbed to death outside Parsons Green station on Monday.
Tests suggested drivers were more relaxed at higher speeds as they could overtake slower vehicles.
Craig Wells saw the homeless man walking around in socks and decided to give him his £120 trainers.
Reality Check examines the claim that real-wage growth is at its worst since the 18th Century.
Tony Warren tried writing a different northern soap opera before creating Corrie.
Plans to increase a motorway speed limit and progress over Brexit talks are among the stories leading the papers.
Angelika Trabert's won 24 medals - six at the Paralympics. When not riding, she works as an anaesthetist.
Norfolk and Suffolk Police sent plain clothes cyclists out in Norwich and Ipswich.
How music fan Martin Fitzgerald went from surfing Spotify in bed to talking legendary albums with celebrities.
Mortgage applicants are unable to rely on rent payment history as proof that they can afford a home loan.
Inflation-busting increases are looming for thousands of shops in England, says research firm CVS.
With the economy on an uncertain footing, but inflation crushing wage growth, should rates rise now?
Officers are looking into a division of the bank set up to help failing firms, the BBC understands.