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Laura Kuenssberg: 'No coups, no plots - nobody cares'
The atmosphere at Westminster is the calmest it's been for a long time - but is it enough for the Tory Party?
Rare Harry Potter book kept in attic auctioned for £8,000
The leather-bound anniversary version was signed by author JK Rowling and one of only 15 copies.
Train strikes disrupting weekend before Christmas
People are being advised not to travel on the railways as workers continue strikes on Saturday.
Mayfair restaurant fire: Guests flee after Christmas decorations catch alight
Dramatic video shows flames inside the MNKY HSE restaurant in London's Mayfair as guests rushed to get outside.
Energy discount phishing: Robbed of £25,000 in text scam
Victim support groups warn that scams targeting those looking to save money have soared.
House bills: Grant Shapps shares energy saving tips from inside his house
During a tour of his home, Grant Shapps faces questions about the government's intervention on energy bills.
The 'one-in-a-million' denied a glowing future
Detectives say Ross McCullam had the potential to kill again after he brutally murdered his girlfriend.
Cost of living: The 'lucky' caravan couple facing a freezing future
The BBC visits a Lincolnshire warm space and speaks with a couple seeking respite from the chill.
World Cup: What happened to England's 1966 shirts?
England's famous red jerseys are perhaps the greatest visual reminder of their World Cup triumph.
Newspaper headlines: 'Get a grip PM' and King 'seeks peace' with Harry
Saturday's front pages focus on the NHS strikes and tensions within the Royal Family.
Hospitals told to free up beds for ambulance strike
Health bosses warn of "extensive disruption" as staff are set to walk out on December 21 and 28.
Cost of living: Parents ask for Calpol and baby wipes for Christmas
With many families struggling to heat homes or feed children, presents are "on the backburner".
Investigation after two boys found dead in London home
Police are investigating after two boys were found dead at a home in Dagenham, east London.
Rishi Sunak orders audit of Ukraine war progress, source says
Senior figures fear the PM may be taking an overly cautious approach as the war enters a key phase.
Car crash compensation: Man awarded £9m over severe injuries
Aaron Glover, 27, sustained severe brain damage when a car driven by his brother hit a lamppost.
Avanti West Coast rewarded with £6.5m in bonuses
The train company received bonuses last year, but has been criticised for poor service this year.
Scottish budget could lead to service cuts, councils warn
Local authority leaders say they are "extremely disappointed" by the government's spending plan.
BA and Virgin halt ticket sales to Heathrow on strike days
The airlines were asked by the airport to "suppress demand" as Border Force staff go on strike.
Amazon workers in Coventry vote for strike action
They are set to be the first Amazon staff in the UK to take part in a strike, the GMB union says.
Who is striking? How Saturday 17 December’s walkouts will affect you
Travel disruption the weekend before Christmas - the BBC’s Zoe Conway has what you need to know.