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Prince Charles co-authors a book for adults in the style of the well-known children's series.
Acts like Craig David tells us an increase in diversity at this year's Brit Awards is "a great thing".
The UK could change its economic model if denied access to EU markets, Chancellor Philip Hammond says.
Denial is a film about the renegade British historian David Irving, accused of denying the Holocaust.
The Scottish Episcopal Church is "deeply distressed" at the offence caused by a Koran reading in a Glasgow cathedral.
Jeremy Corbyn says that comments by the chancellor that corporation tax could be cut could be a "recipe for a trade war with Europe."
Cameroonian entrepreneur Churchill Nanje explains how he set up job site Njorku, which covers nine African countries.
The Northern Ireland secretary of state says he is not contemplating any alternatives to devolved government in Northern Ireland.
Dozens of migrants die in the extreme cold weather sweeping across Europe.
The US circus that coined a world-famous slogan and upset animal activists is to close after 146 years.
The show's creators have urged fans not to share the episode ahead of it airing on TV on Sunday.
The super-middleweight unification fight between Great Britain's James DeGale and Sweden's Badou Jack ends in a majority draw.
The US secretary of state visits the place where he killed a man and learns his name for the first time.
People flying to the UK could face "severe disruption" unless border staff are increased, airports warn.
Theresa May's upcoming speech is expected to give the most detailed insight yet into the government's negotiation strategy.
Palestinians back the move but Israel says the Paris talks will push peace further away.
A parliamentary inquiry begins after concerns Westminster repairs may not be value for money.
Inmates seize control of a prison in the city of Natal, killing at least 10 fellow inmates.
How lemons are helping to explain what breast cancer can feel and look like.
The National Archives has made available early photos of Oxford Castle's inmates, many of whom were children.