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Steroids, the threat of nuclear war and... lost luggage. A small team of female British athletes went to the Friendship Games of 1984.
MPs have been remembering Sir David Amess, who was killed in his Essex constituency.
The government wants people to replace gas boilers with heat pumps.
And in the Commons, MPs pay tribute to Sir David Amess saying they have lost a much-loved colleague.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will bring in new rules around environmental sustainability reporting.
England are ordered to play one match behind closed doors as a punishment for the unrest at Wembley Stadium during the European Championship final.
MPs have been remembering their former colleague, who was stabbed to death in his Essex constituency.
A couple were fined after a word on a woman's clothing was mistaken for their number plate.
Darren Joseph Roberts-Pomeroy was found dead in bed on 1 October.
South Wales Police says it has made "significant findings" linking David Morris to the crime scene.
As Cameron Norrie celebrates his Indian Wells victory, BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller looks at the British number one's rapid rise up the rankings.
A man is arrested following the discovery of a body in a house in Magherafelt.
Boris Johnson announces the town will be awarded the coveted status that the MP campaigned for.
Younger mothers opt for more modern names, according to official birth data in England and Wales.
An MP says he was threatened after asking people to be kinder following Sir David Amess's death.
Former foreign secretary Jack Straw has paid tribute to former US Secretary of State Colin Powell, who has died of Covid-19 complications aged 84.
A council tells parents some schoolchildren are "aggressively" replicating the TV thriller's games.
Its collapse takes the number of customers affected by energy company failures to more than two million.
Greta Thunberg sings Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" to launch series of climate concerts.
Critics worry the rollout is happening too slowly in England to best protect people ahead of winter.