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The giant puppet of a nine-year-old Syrian refugee arrived in Folkestone, on the south coast of the UK.
While some allegations against British troops are credible, others are not, defence secretary says.
But Boris Johnson says the rollout of a Plan B to control the virus in England has not been discussed.
The Duchess of Cambridge warns of the "devastating impact" of the pandemic on addiction rates.
At 95, she does not meet the criteria because "you are only as old as you feel", the palace says.
Housing Secretary Michael Gove is filmed being harangued by anti-lockdown protesters near his office.
Potential hazards for ministers include sceptical Tory MPs and voters worried about rising bills.
Footage gathered from a shop shows a man believed to be the suspect on the morning of the attack.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
The government reveals its long-awaited strategy days before global leaders meet for COP26 in Glasgow.
An inquiry finds police seemed "reluctant to investigate" claims against former MP Lord Janner.
Southend is to become a city in honour of Sir David Amess, but what will it mean for people there?
Scientists are studying it to better understand how much of a threat it may pose.
The legal requirement is part of the executive's winter Covid contingency plans, outlined on Tuesday.
The PM defends plans to move entirely to green power generation by 2035, saying that it is propelled by "consumer choice".
Hospice care, post offices and women's mental health are among the causes championed by the MP.
It means secondary pupils must continue to cover their faces even when seated in the classroom.
Manchester Arena bomber's brother Ismail Abedi was ordered to appear as a witness at the inquiry.
Two adults and two children are taken to hospital after four homes are caught up in an explosion in Ayrshire.
A catastrophic fault knocked out subtitles, signing and audio description more than three weeks ago.