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The flamboyant entertainer whose mischievous wit and twinkling eye kept him popular through the decades.
But there was no breakthrough in the row and there will be more talks next week.
The Tory MP is at the centre of a bitter row after he was found to have made "egregious" rule breaches.
Yorkshire are suspended from hosting England matches as the ECB delivers a devastating rebuke over the club's response to racism experienced by former player Azeem Rafiq.
Boris Johnson confirms he stayed at the Spanish home of Lord Goldsmith's family in October.
A sculpture of Billy Casper, tearaway protagonist of the classic coming-of-age drama, goes on show.
An Old Bailey jury has found Alexander Rawson responsible for killing Eileen Dean at a London care home.
A court hears Claudia Webbe made several calls to her partner's friend and threatened her with acid.
Lorna Wilson - in charge of catering at COP26 in Glasgow - describes the unique challenges of preparing for the event.
One protester said drivers have suggested the group campaigns at Parliament - "so we took that advice".
The health minister says staff are doing everything they can to prevent patients being redirected.
The Aurora Borealis could be seen where skies were clear including the Highlands, Moray, Fife and Galloway.
New research has found that the HPV vaccine can reduce cases of cervical cancer by nearly 90%.
As the climate summit enters its fifth day, some grassroots delegates have described the event as "shambolic".
William Blake wrote the lyrics to the hymn at the cottage in West Sussex in the 1800s.