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The renowned scientist behind BBC Two's The Great Egg Race died on Friday, his family says.
They came from "a mixture of Islamic extremists and the hard left", she says.
The child was struck by a 206 bus in Brondesbury Park, north-west London.
Severn Trent Water says the repair work is "extremely difficult" and it is not known when it will be completed.
The Hampshire district came top in a study that looked at factors including life expectancy.
The uncle of four siblings who died after a house fire says he hopes they get the "funeral they deserve".
Four celebrities are in with a shot of lifting the Strictly Come Dancing glitterball trophy.
The architect, his modernist post-War home, and the suitcase full of secrets he kept inside.
The radio host says the term bullying is a "bit strong".
Conservative backbenchers are split over the terms of a transition period once the UK leaves the EU.
The Royal Court will stage Rita, Sue and Bob Too following accusations of censorship.
David Cameron is to lead a £750m fund to improve links between Britain and China, the government says.
Kilos of sugar, a beach hut and a seagull inspire a festive sugarcraft centrepiece.
Ella Ebaugh was awarded a $57m payout after a mesh implant left her disabled.
Ian Shaw was sent home to die, but a doctor queried that decision after seeing his story on the BBC.
The four remaining celebrities on what being on the BBC dancing show has meant to them.
Thousands died as a thick polluted fog engulfed London for four days in 1952.
Next year's royal wedding, which will clash with the FA Cup final, makes many of Saturday's front pages.
Shops are using quirky events and experiences to lure us back to the High Street - but will it work?
The cash machine industry and the network are at loggerheads over closure plans.