The Chief Secretary to the Treasury says he makes "no apologies" for spending on public services.
The Brexit minister seeks "urgent clarification" after France says it will block ports to UK boats.
Agnes Wanjiru was allegedly murdered by a British soldier nearly 10 years ago.
The Duchess of Cornwall calls for change of culture to stop violence and sexual harassment against women.
The Met Office issues an amber warning with western and southern areas predicted to be worst hit.
Saudia Arabian firm Sabic confirms it is to decarbonise its plant in the north east of England.
They meet 10 volunteer collectors for the Royal British Legion at a Clarence House event.
Ahead of COP26, a BBC World Service poll finds growing support for strong political leadership.
Many DJs lose audiences as the ratings body unveils the first figures under a new measurement system.
David Iwo "planned to carry on killing vulnerable gay men" after murdering a lawyer, a court hears.
National Trust for Scotland hopes the excavations will provide new insights into the battle of 1746.