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Sylvia Dell says highlighting the issue of climate change is worth the risk of going to prison.
Women remain 'invisible victims' of knife crime, despite a major government effort on domestic violence.
The MP says "only" Brexit will be one "that the House of Commons has explicitly endorsed".
The Times says the party has agreed to drop its objections to regulatory checks in the Irish Sea.
The climate change activists were arrested as the airport confirmed flights were not being affected.
The defence secretary said the sector brings in £19bn to the UK economy and supports 260,000 jobs.
The Speaker says MPs will show "creativity" to avoid being bypassed, but is accused of being "politicised".
The singer says she told Warner Music UK an industry figure had sexually assaulted her.
The transfer of 3.5 million SSE customers will make Ovo the UK's second largest energy firm.
How picking your own pay has become the latest employment perk.
Police say the victim was pronounced dead at the scene and another is in hospital after the assault.
Survey finds many common species of butterfly enjoyed a good summer this year.
Vanessa George, who abused children at a nursery in Plymouth, is due to be released from prison.
Children sitting an exam in Buckinghamshire found errors in questions, making them unanswerable.
Dormant accounts charity schemes have existed in the rest of the UK for more than 10 years.
A potential "lifeline" for Boris Johnson over the NI backstop and more woe at British Airways lead the papers.
The couple, who split earlier this year, say they are committed to raising their son together.
The "live horror" theatre experience where you fight zombies under ground in central London.
The stars of the much-loved drama reveal what it's like to be hitting the big screen.
The organiser of London's first ever trans pride wants a mix of protest and celebration.