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The government lists 69 English towns and cities that will benefit from regeneration money.
The party says it is reviewing its Facebook advertising after criticism of the way a BBC story was used.
The singer makes the announcement after having been "at war with my gender" for a lifetime.
Daniel Erickson-Hull was found living as an evangelical preacher in Bulgaria by BBC Radio 4's File on 4.
The former prime minister says the 2016 EU referendum turned into a "terrible Tory psychodrama".
The Met found "insufficient evidence" to continue its investigation into the pro-Brexit group.
England end day two of the fifth Ashes Test with a lead of 78 runs over Australia, thanks to Jofra Archer's 6-62.
Sinn Féin MP Francie Molloy criticises John O'Dowd for running to become the party's new vice-president.
Zakari Bennett-Eko's mother Emma Blood says the 11-month-old was "the most wonderful cute little boy".
It's the most powerful greenhouse gas you've never heard of, and levels in the atmosphere are soaring.
Owen Carey said he had a dairy allergy but was not told his meal contained buttermilk, a coroner rules.
Dylan Barnes, 20, accused Max Wiseman of trying to seduce his girlfriend, a court hears.
Kyle Davies "had the intention to endanger life in a shooting event", the sentencing judge said.
Senior party figures have denied reports that red lines on the backstop have been privately shifted.
Boris Johnson says the UK will leave by the deadline, but he is "cautiously optimistic" of getting a deal.
The world press sees Brexit making dramatic changes to Britain's tradition and reputation.
Boris Johnson has been heckled during a speech in Rotherham, where a man shouted he should "get back to Parliament".
Owen Carey was celebrating his 18th birthday but had a severe reaction to buttermilk in a burger.
Charlotte Smith, two, choked while eating lunch at her nursery.
Chiyvonne Shennan explains how her sister Cherylee had been unaware of the full extent of her boyfriend's violent history.