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Former PM to lead UK-China investment role
David Cameron is to lead a £750m fund to improve links between Britain and China, the government says.
Pensions: Automatic saving to start at 18 under new plans
An extra 900,000 young people could automatically save into a workplace pension under the plans.
Strictly Come Dancing 2017 final: Winner crowned
The winner of Strictly Come Dancing has been decided by a public vote after the show's grand final.
December shopper footfall down 'significantly'
The bad weather and rise in online shopping are both factors in the drop, retail researchers say.
Heinz Wolff, Great Egg Race presenter and scientist, dies
The renowned scientist behind BBC Two's The Great Egg Race died on Friday, his family says.
Bradley Lowery: Award for Sunderland mascot at BBC Sports Personality
Bradley Lowery, the six-year-old Sunderland mascot who died from cancer, will be recognised with the Helen Rollason Award at Sunday's BBC Sports Personality show.
Five drivers traced over fatal Tulse Hill hit-and-run
The drivers of two lorries and three cars have been spoken to after a woman was struck and killed.
Firefighter cancer mum's plea for immunotherapy funds
Karen Land has been given three months to live and needs thousands of pounds to pay for treatment.
Tewkesbury: Most homes reconnected with water after burst pipe
Severn Trent Water says most of the 10,000 customers cut off in the Tewkesbury area have now been reconnected.
Recovery truck engulfed in flames on M6
The truck had another vehicle on its back on the northbound hard shoulder of the motorway.
Hope Salford victims can be buried together
The uncle of four siblings who died after a house fire says he hopes they get the "funeral they deserve".
Manchester City thump Tottenham
Pep Guardiola says Kevin de Bruyne is helping Manchester City become "a better institution" after his display in the win over Spurs.
Poverty and loneliness impact millions at Christmas
A church in Reading serves lunches to help people in poverty or suffering from loneliness at Christmas.
Five secrets of a well-run A&E department
Luton & Dunstable hospital has the best-performing A&E in England. The BBC's Hugh Pym explains why.
BFI event celebrates discovery of long lost TV programmes
Missing Believed Wiped at BFI Southbank celebrates programmes thought to have been lost forever.
Who waltzed off with the Strictly glitterball?
Alexandra Burke, Gemma Atkinson, Debbie McGee and Joe McFadden competed for the coveted Strictly Come Dancing trophy.
The scientist and presenter Heinz Wolff dies aged 89
The scientist and presenter of The Great Egg Race has died aged 89.
'Selfieccino' - Putting your face on a coffee
The selfie cappuccino cafe, where customers can sip on a portrait of their own face.
Salford fire: Family of four killed speak of 'nightmare'
Claire Pearson says Demi, Brandon, Lacie and Lia were "best friends" as well as siblings.
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The house that Edek built - and the secret suitcase kept inside
The architect, his modernist post-War home, and the suitcase full of secrets he kept inside.
Will Disney want to keep pumping money into a loss-making news channel after the Fox deal?
Shops are using quirky events and experiences to lure us back to the High Street - but will it work?
The cash machine industry and the network are at loggerheads over closure plans.
Thousands died as a thick polluted fog engulfed London for four days in 1952.
Families, offices and even chickens are donning seasonal jumpers to raise cheers and money for good causes.
The government wants more women on the boards of public bodies - what challenges do they face?
Snooker's Ronnie O'Sullivan nodded off during a Scottish Open match and won. Did extra sleep help him?
Images of lead actors Richard Attenborough and Carol Marsh taking time out during filming.
The last Question Time of 2017 was dominated by exchanges over Brexit - so what happened?
Six months on
There were a huge range of emotions at the St Paul's Cathedral service to remember the 71 Grenfell fire victims.
Christmas Brexit truce?
We asked Brexiteers to name one good thing about the EU - and Remainers to do the same about Brexit.
The baby in the box
Robin was abandoned as a baby 74 years ago. Now thanks to DNA and his daughter's detective work he finally knows where he came from.
A dog's life
Why people think leaving the EU is a "crucial opportunity" to stop puppies being smuggled to the UK.
On the road
In the UK sales of caravan are on the rise. 22,000 were sold in the year to June, a 7% rise on the previous 12 months.
Everyone from superstars to schoolchildren have played their part in a triumphant year.
Like Minds: Getting through this year’s festivities.
The shadow education secretary claims the government is missing its teacher recruitment targets.
A royal Christmas
It's Meghan Markle's first Christmas with her royal in-laws to-be. So what can she expect?