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The prime minister is about to face MPs' questions as he sees ministers resign from his government.
Jordan McSweeney, 29, is accused of her murder and remains in custody.
Energy price rises mean a surge in winter fuel bills are expected.
The Liberal Democrats leader says it's the "patriotic duty" of Conservatives to get rid of the PM.
Mariano Janin believes daughter Mia saw bullying messages the night before she killed herself.
Ruth Forrest is doing the Great North Run after discovering she could train with a partner.
The troopers swap ceremonial duties for time to bond with their horses in the North Sea.
Ellie Roebuck says she is "chomping at the bit" to start England's bid for Euro 2022 glory.
Iraqi refugee, Teletubby merchandise salesman, pollster, millionaire - meet the new chancellor.
A new film tells the story of how a Sheffield car mechanic's home doubled as Studio Electrophonique.
The lasting and occasionally peculiar legacy of one of England's most illustrious jurists.
The teen who stabbed 14-year-old Dea-John Reid was convicted of manslaughter but cleared of murder.
Tim Fung, co-founder and CEO of Airtasker, shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
Shoppers complained that dieting wall plaques to collect £1 for every pound lost body shame women.
A record-breaking 500,000 tickets have been sold for Euro 2022, which kicks off with hosts England on Wednesday.
The two cabinet ministers quit within minutes of each other in protest at Boris Johnson's leadership.
The Labour leader says the Conservative party is 'corrupted' and calls for a change of government.
Two of his cabinet say his government lacks integrity, but the PM is not expected to go easily.
Sajid Javid quits as health secretary after the PM says it was a mistake to appoint Chris Pincher.
Sarah Lappin said she was left feeling humiliated after she was told to leave the water with her son.