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Stewards on duty on the night of the Manchester bombing were "hardly briefed", an inquiry hears.
Arlene Foster says that the BBC Sports Personality of the Year shortlist is "an absolute disgrace".
The move comes after Tesco was criticised for paying dividends to shareholders.
Louise Smith's body was found in woodland 13 days after she went missing.
Talks are continuing with the French government on tackling Channel crossings, a committee hears.
Inspectors find a number of problems, including staffing, poor leadership and management.
People in Scotland could start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine from next Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon says.
The Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been approved for widespread use in the UK.
A vaccine for Covid-19 has been given emergency approval and is now set to roll out.
The Labour leader says there should be legislation to clamp down on false information.
A simple guide to how leaving the EU will affect travel to Europe.
More than 1,500 jobs are at risk following the collapse of the women's fashion chain.
Dr June Raine from the MHRA explains why the body recommenced the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for approval.
The Pfizer vaccine has been approved in the UK. How are the others doing?
The vaccine has to be kept at temperatures that are much lower than home freezers reach.
More than 55 million people must abide by the two strictest levels after MPs approved the measures.
The former Women's Hour presenter will appear on ITV's The Real Full Monty On Ice.
The band seem like a perfect fit for the song contest but, they tell the BBC, "we have a split camp".
Experts call for urgent action to protect England's smallest freshwater sites, from ponds to streams.
Ministers are "taking limited responsibility" for readiness ahead of the transition period ending, MPs say.