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Police try to move some 1,000 people from a gym and tent camp near Dunkirk.
Burnley plumber gains worldwide attention for not charging elderly customer "under any circumstances".
Angela Irwin admitted the charges, which followed the death of a 40-year-old man.
The US finance giant is to invest millions in a new centre for its 2,000 tech specialists based in Glasgow.
England cricketer Ben Stokes says a newspaper's front-page story about his family is "utterly disgusting" and the "lowest form of journalism".
Winners of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society photographic competition.
Fat chance - the evidence says fat shaming is more likely to lead people to put on weight.
After 15 years out of print, the pop culture and fashion mag is back with hopes of gaining new fans.
"Where there's coffee there's conversation," says an ex-soldier helping veterans with mental health.
Hospital admissions are rising at nearly three times the rate of the nurse workforce, the RCN says.