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Nicholas Parsons: Just A Minute and Sale Of The Century presenter dies aged 96
"Broadcasting legend" Nicholas Parsons has died after a short illness, aged 96.
Prince Andrew 'going to have to answer questions' despite 'not cooperating', says lawyer for Epstein victims
Prince Andrew's lack of co-operation with US authorities is a "slap in the face" to Jeffrey Epstein's victims, according to a lawyer who represents five of the businessman's accusers.
Salary threshold for skilled migrants after Brexit should be lowered by £5,000
An independent report into the options for UK's future immigration policy has warned the government "no perfect system exists" and that "difficult trade-offs" will be unavoidable.
Ilford: Man charged with GBH after three men stabbed to death
A man has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm after three men were stabbed to death in a fight.
Coronavirus: Britain 'urgently exploring' options for Hubei evacuation
Britain is "urgently exploring" options for UK citizens to leave the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
40 days of January - post-Xmas debt driving people to despair
Nearly half of all people in problem debt also suffer with their mental health, according to research by the Money and Mental Health policy institute.
Young man stabbed to death outside busy train station during rush hour
A murder investigation has been launched after a young man was stabbed to death during rush hour at East Croydon railway station.
Another Brexit row: Commemorative coin sparks Oxford comma debate
Brexit has divided families at the dinner table, caused chaos in parliament, and has now sparked a row over the Oxford comma.
'Fry and Turnbull effect': Prostate cancer is now most common cancer diagnosis
Prostate cancer has become the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England, new data shows.
BAFTA 'at risk of losing credibility' because of a lack of diversity, Time's Up CEO warns
BAFTA is in danger of losing credibility with talent if it doesn't change and reflect the diversity of the industry, the CEO of Time's Up UK has told Sky News.