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Former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull gives an update on his cancer treatment.
The Advertising Standards Authority banned three Nasty Gal TV ads for using an unhealthily thin model.
Laura Lammer's skilful display earns her bronze, while team-mate Sandra Lettner takes gold in sport climbing at Youth Games.
The Coupe Omnisports was taken after going on display at a cycling show in Birmingham.
The cafe chain's shares suspended after discovering "significant, potentially fraudulent, accounting irregularities".
Cars were washed away as huge waves of muddy water engulfed the east of the island, reports say.
Your morning briefing for 10 October 2018.
Research shows horses see colours differently to humans, prompting a trial of new colours for hurdles and fences.
Becky Hill sings outside the Manchester Academy after a burst water pipe cancels her show.
Irish social media star Jacksepticeye, who has 20m subscribers, posted it was "not an easy decision".
A new women-only motorsport series will begin in 2019 to attempt to find potential female Formula 1 stars.
More than 40% of all cases of infants being taken into care involves newborns, figures suggest.
Young people are rejecting alcohol - with abstinence almost doubling in a decade, a study suggests.
Three Tory MPs say their party must step in, as current laws violate women's human rights.
More than 370,000 people have been ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Michael heads towards Florida.
The PM faces the Commons and pressure to change course on Brexit, a week ahead of a crucial EU summit.
Women endured decades of "horrific outcomes" due to medical implants, the government acknowledges.
With Princess Eugenie aiming for a plastic-free wedding, another bride reveals how she went about it.
Gruelling work, camaraderie and outright sexism in the south Wales valleys factories of yesteryear.
A head injury left Byron Schofield physically and mentally scarred - and set him on the path to prison.