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A terminally ill boy should receive palliative care proposed by specialists despite his parents' objections, a judge rules.
Former X Factor winner James Arthur cements his comeback by scoring a number one album.
The Canadian military probes a mysterious Arctic pinging sound, officials tell the BBC.
M&S is expected to announce the closure of a number of stores as part of chief executive Steve Rowe's plans to turn around the business.
Reforms aimed at banning unpaid internships are blocked by Conservative MPs in the Commons.
The chair of the Pensions Advisory Service - once described as a champion of savers - has stood down from his position after being declared bankrupt.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop describes the time he lost a libel case to Gordon Anglesea for branding him a paedophile as "grim".
A US sports TV presenter is flooded with online abuse after being mistaken for the Brexit campaigner Gina Miller.
A domestic abuser who forced his partner to learn chess and threatened to kill her if she failed to take a certain piece has been jailed.
The rapper posts a handwritten note to Instagram to announce that he won't be performing at the Mobos in Glasgow.
Men are more likely than women to be attracted to a friend of the opposite sex, and more news nuggets.
Former police superintendent Gordon Anglesea is jailed for 12 years for historical child sex abuse.
Who are the 11 Supreme Court justices expected to preside over the government's appeal against the High Court ruling that Article 50 cannot be invoked without Parliament's support?
Singer Michael Buble says he is "devastated" after his young son Noah is diagnosed with cancer.
If the government has to put legislation to trigger Article 50 to the vote - could pro-Remain MPs see off Brexit?
A former north Wales police chief has been jailed for 12 years for historical child sex offences.
Go behind the scenes with the producers on the making of Planet Earth II.
Food bank use is on the rise but the figure is closer to 550,000 people than the million claimed by Mr Corbyn.
The Royal British Legion urges Fifa to lift its ban on wearing the poppy, saying it has no political meaning.
Eight men who sexually abused three teenage girls in Rotherham between 1999 and 2003 are jailed.