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Fletcher won an Oscar for her memorable portrayal of the film's villainous Nurse Ratched.
It brings the total charged to eight, with 47 arrested, following recent disorder in the city.
Joe Murfitt has caught a fish in every one of the capital's districts and the City of London.
A scandalous heist at Dublin Castle made international headlines and remains unsolved to this day.
Saturday's papers are dominated by Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's biggest tax cuts in 50 years.
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Max Whitlock "felt like a complete failure" when he contemplated stepping away from the sport after the Tokyo Games.
For something that wasn't even technically a Budget, it was one heck of a statement of intent.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told the BBC a dangerous moment had been reached in the Ukraine war.
Recent unrest between Hindu and Muslim men has raised difficult questions for the city.
The former Labour leader says his borrowing would have been for investment not "to pay bankers' bonuses".
Unite's general secretary predicts senior Labour MPs will soon return to picket lines.
US President Joe Biden surprised Sir Elton John by giving him a medal for his contribution to music.
The BBC's Technology Editor, Zoe Kleinman, has been testing out the latest Apple smartphone.
The widely watched dancing competition has paired the celebrities, including comedian Ellie Taylor and actor Will Mellor, with their dancing professionals.
The government is committed to extracting more oil and gas in the North Sea.
Despite public support for the NHS, satisfaction levels have fallen, raising thoughts of reform.
Divisions haven't gone away but Labour is coalescing in opposition to Tory policies, says the BBC's Iain Watson.
The sheer daring nature of the Kwasi Kwarteng's announcement caused shockwaves, says Newsnight's Nicholas Watt.
Roger Federer brings the curtain down on his illustrious career by teaming up with fellow great Rafael Nadal on an emotional night in London.
The move comes after Iran tries to clamp down on internet freedom to stamp out widespread protests.