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The prime minister faces a vote of no confidence in her leadership - who could replace her if she loses?
Sarah Gordy MBE is the first person with Down's syndrome to receive the honour from a UK university.
TV presenter Michael Barrymore will receive a nominal payout after his unlawful arrest in 2007.
The doctor involved in cycling's jiffy-bag scandal has pulled out of giving evidence to Jess Varnish's employment tribunal on legal grounds.
Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles says he was the victim of racial abuse when playing for the Gunners youth team
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome says Team Sky will "be doing everything we can" to survive Sky's withdrawal.
Paying tribute to one of its best-loved residents, Colchester Zoo said Rajang would never be forgotten.
Get your head around the sprawling saga of alleged collusion between the Trump team and Moscow.
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
The Grenfell inquiry is told no UK fire brigade had a strategy for getting residents out of tall buildings.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths will be "out of football for a little period of time" as he receives help with "ongoing issues", including some relating to his mental health, says Brendan Rodgers.
England make it through to the semi-finals of the Hockey World Cup after a thrilling 3-2 win over Argentina in the quarter-finals in India.
We asked people if they have confidence in the PM ahead of a crucial vote on her leadership.
England reach the semi-finals of the Hockey World Cup in India with a thrilling 3-2 victory over reigning Olympic champions Argentina.
Theresa May hit back at Jeremy Corbyn during PMQs, saying the Labour leader "should be honest with people" about his Brexit policy.
Eyewitnesses to the shooting in a Strasbourg Christmas market share their stories.
Konstantin Kisin turned down the gig, saying the "behavioural agreement" form nearly made him "puke".
Amanda Cox was found in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary hours after she was reported missing.
The stabbing of a teenager in Lee means there have been 130 killings in the capital since 1 January.
The woman lost her temper when she was told she could not take her child into a Christmas grotto.