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Margot Robbie has revealed that she felt she wasn't the right actress for the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
The United States Olympics Committee apologises after a report finds it failed to protect athletes from being sexually abused by Larry Nassar.
A lifeboat crew was called to a boat six miles off the Kent coast, in the in the Dover Strait.
A body believed to be that of British backpacker Grace Millane was found on the outskirts of Auckland.
Sales are still falling at the retailer which is closing stores as part of a restructuring plan.
Bahraini Hakeem Al-Araibi, who has refugee status in Australia, was detained in Thailand last month.
More than 80,000 young people in the UK could be living with undiagnosed heart conditions.
Jess Varnish will give evidence to a tribunal hearing on Tuesday as her case against British Cycling and UK Sport gets under way.
Your morning briefing for 11 December 2018.
Watch highlights from Angelique Kerber's victory over seven-time champion Serena Williams to win her first Wimbledon title in front of a star-studded Centre Court crowd.
Two Catholic sisters who worked at a California school express remorse after stealing about $500,000.
Nasa detects the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of previously quiet ice streams.
News programmes prove popular on Twitter in 2018 - with Doctor Who and EastEnders also sparking discussion.
Theresa May will speak to Angela Merkel, Mark Rutte and Donald Tusk after delaying UK vote on the deal.
His nine years in the job will come to an end on Tuesday after a Labour contest elected Mark Drakeford.
Andy Serkis explains how his retelling of The Jungle Book swerved a clash with Disney's 2016 film.
Raheem Sterling was allegedly racially abused by Chelsea fans.
A former altar boy who claims he was raped dozens of times by a priest is suing the Catholic church.
Tom Green and Daisy Maskell will replace Rickie, Melvin and Charlie, who are leaving to join Radio 1.
Many young adults think your social background gets you further in life than talent, a survey says.