Theresa May will use her Brexit speech to say the UK "will not hold on to bits of EU membership".
Abdulkadir Masharipov is the prime suspect in the massacre of 39 people on New Year's Eve.
Police investigating the suspected murder of a Lancashire woman missing for 15 months find a body.
A gunman who shot 30 British tourists on a beach could have been stopped sooner, an inquest hears.
Civil rights icon John Lewis makes a Martin Luther King Day address after a row with Donald Trump.
US astronaut Gene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, has died, his family and Nasa announce.
The British Antarctic Survey will leave the Halley base in March because of a crack in nearby ice.
Northern Ireland will go to the polls after Assembly collapsed over botched green energy scheme.
Five people were injured in the suspected gas explosion at a house in Manchester.
The former PM's "talents do not include wisely-judging strategic issues", a senior Tory warns.
A woman suffers a fractured skull when a teenager throws a stone at the cab she is travelling in.
George Michael's cousin says hard drugs had returned to the singer's life before his death last month.
Britain's Johanna Konta starts her Australian Open campaign with a straight-set win over Kirsten Flipkens in Melbourne.
Theresa May's speech on Brexit, in which she is expected to say the UK will make a "clean break" from the EU, is anticipated on the front pages of the newspapers.
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