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The EU's Michel Barnier will stay in London, rather than returning to Brussels later.
The death of a woman, whose body was found in woodland, was "not random attack", police say.
Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis MP reacts to the EU's chief negotiator remaining in London.
The Bishop of Paisley wants a 24-hour "circuit breaker" put in place, comparing it to the World War One ceasefire.
Customer numbers have "fallen through the floor" since South Yorkshire went into tier three, an MP says.
June Harvey was killed when a 65ft crane crashed down on to her house in east London in July.
A dog walker is seriously injured and his pet labrador is killed in an attack by two dogs.
The Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services spoke to Andrew Marr about Wales' 'firebreak' lockdown.
How tax avoidance left one man struggling with debt and with secrets.
Joan Hocquard, who drove ambulances during World War Two, died at her home on Saturday.