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The presenter says the BBC could have handled her exit better when it decided to shake up the show.
Alex Albon declares himself fit to race in the Singapore Grand Prix after completing practice on his first day on track after a medical emergency.
Some Tories believe publishing the forecast sooner would reassure markets following a turbulent week.
Tech firms should "stop monetising misery", the father of Molly Russell says as her inquest ends.
The latest true crime streaming show is criticised by some - but achieves huge viewing figures.
Witnesses say medical staff did not believe they were infected with hepatitis C in the UK.
But there is no clear evidence of an autumn wave starting, says the Office for National Statistics.
Chelsea: President of business Tom Glick initially dismissed complaint from female agent as 'not relevant' to his job
Chelsea's president of business initially dismissed a complaint about inappropriate text messages sent by the club's commercial director to a female agent as "not relevant" to his job.
A BBC investigation found a "toxic culture" of abuse and bullying at a Manchester mental health unit.
A man is held on suspicion of assisting an offender after the killing of Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
This is an attempt to divert from Russia's problems on the battlefield, says the BBC's Steve Rosenberg.
The DJ delivers a heartfelt speech as he ends his daily programme after 23 years.
Police search for the body of Keith Bennett, killed in 1964, after "potential remains" are found.
BBC investigation uncovers the deadly impact of the oil giant's toxic air pollution on children.
Red Bull have described as "speculation" claims that they breached Formula 1's budget cap during the 2021 season.
The Governess, Anne Hegerty, on autism and how she finds everyday household tasks difficult.
England select uncapped NRL-based duo Dom Young and Victor Radley in their 24-man squad for the Rugby League World Cup.
The popstar-slash-actor's beauty brand branches into cosmetics - but will other men follow his lead?
Dramatic footage shows members escaping the site where they were held since a raid on their base.
Liverpool's Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho put their friendship to the test with Honesty Cards.