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Government announces extra funding to help those in least-efficient homes in lower council tax bands.
The pop star, whose parents are Albanian, is honoured for promoting the country through her music.
A spruce tree sent to Britain from Norway has been put up in Trafalgar Square every year since 1947.
Business leaders say ministers must act this week to avert a "meltdown" in the northern rail system.
North Wales' health board has been hit by a series of failures and criticisms in its short history.
Phil Foden still has a "big part" to play in England's World Cup campaign despite his limited role in the first two group matches, says manager Gareth Southgate.
BBC Sport looks at what England and Wales need to do to qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup in Qatar.
Most of the UK lacks consistent round-the-clock care for the terminally ill, research suggests.
The market for illegally-traded puppies is now worth £13m, according to the Crown Office.
On its 25th anniversary, an early GTA producer reveals the trials faced by its original developers.
The BBC returned to give Samuel some good news.
"I saw things no-one should see", says a traffic police officer who now takes solace behind a lens.
The Amazon boss joins a long line of Americans giving away their riches. Is it different in the UK?
The ex-health secretary was eliminated from I'm a Celebrity, so was his appearance a failure?
The former health secretary was beaten by footballer Jill Scott and actor Owen Warner in the final.
Two men and woman have been arrested after the bodies of two babies were found at a home.
The artist says he takes drugs to slow his heart and creates the tiny engravings between heartbeats.
The government says companies must ensure bills reflect lower energy use for customers who are cutting back.
England's players do not "need fans to boo" them to know they have not played well, says forward Marcus Rashford.
Paul and Lizzie Watson's fundraising efforts received a donation from TV presenter James Corden.