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The DJ and former record shop employee tops the charts with her track BOTA (Baddest Of Them All).
Hundreds of schools had been due to close next week alongside a fresh round of strikes by refuse workers
MPs are examining whether Boris Johnson misled Parliament over Covid rule-breaking events in No 10.
Hundreds of mourners lined the streets of Boston to pay their respects to Lilia Valutyte.
The corporation says the funds were shared between seven charities linked to the Princess of Wales.
It comes after Vicky Bowman and her husband were arrested for violating immigration laws.
Thousands of families in homes with community heating are not protected by the energy price cap.
The zoo, known for its international conservation work, is closing its doors for the final time after 186 years.
When publishers pay to get on a shop's bestselling shelves or staff base rankings on sales forecasts.
The products have since been removed from sale after an investigation by a consumer safety charity.
The body which speaks for Scotland's small businesses says hikes of 500% are not unusual.
Lisa Megginson had her transvaginal mesh tape surgically removed after years of health problems.
Friday's papers carry claims about an MPs' probe into Partygate and more on soaring energy costs.
Nottingham Forest set a new British record for the most players signed during the transfer window, despite failing to land Michy Batshuayi
Park home residents, tenants and others will receive cost of living payments but uncertainty remains.
One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
Nicola Sturgeon's meetings with council chiefs and unions continued late into Thursday night.
Jonathan Edwards also accuses Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price of saying "spiteful" things about him.
The Welsh government will hold a consultation on making uniforms cheaper by dropping logos.
Those in attendance on Thursday evening held candles in memory of Reuven Simon and Joseph Sebastian.