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Shoppers in Leeds react to the news that the 242-year-old retailer will close.
We look at the Cabinet Office minister's assertions about the coronavirus lockdown measures.
After being barred from most matches since March, some supporters in England will return to stadiums on Wednesday.
The pandemic pushed the retailer into liquidation, but its problems go back much further.
Leeds Rhinos' Kevin Sinfield is embarking on the challenge to raise awareness for Rob Burrow and MND.
Keira Bell took legal action against an NHS gender clinic which treated her as a teenager.
The Police Ombudsman says inquiries into the solicitor's murder will progress "when resources allow".
The boss of Wales' biggest brewery says a ban on alcohol sales is an 'insult'.
The move comes after the failure of last-ditch efforts to rescue the ailing department store chain.
It's a bumper year for British tree growers as customers look for some early festive cheer.
Applications open for points-based visas to work from 1 January, when free movement from the EU ends.
It follows suggestions pubs and restaurants may turn away people who don't get a coronavirus vaccine.
World champion Lewis Hamilton will miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix after testing positive for coronavirus.
Property price rises accelerated last month, the Nationwide says. but growth is set to slow next year.
The cabinet office minister says the government's priority is to get vaccines "effectively rolled out".
The streaming giant reveals what its 320 million global listeners have been playing this year.
More than 9,000 customers have yet to be repaid for cancelled package holidays amid the Covid crisis.
Ofsted's annual report warns of children out of sight and in danger during the pandemic.
The owner of 64 ornamental elephants tells police why they left them on doorsteps in St Helens.
Some Conservative backbenchers are threatening to vote against the plans, but Labour will abstain.