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Tata Steel says it has secured jobs and production at Port Talbot and other sites.
The EU's chief negotiator says a Brexit deal will need to be reached by October 2018.
Supreme Court legal hearing begins over Parliamentiary consent and triggering Article 50.
Nico Rosberg shocks Formula 1 by announcing his retirement.
Around 350 people tell police they were sexually abused in football clubs as children.
The FA names Gareth Southgate as England manager.
Anna Foster presents from Iraq as she meets some of the refugees who have fled Mosul.
Convicted child abuser and former youth football coach Barry Bennell is hospitalised.
Theresa May pays tribute to ex-footballers who have spoken out about child abuse.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
Thomas Mair is given a full life sentence for the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox.
Patients in England may have to show two forms of ID to receive NHS care.
Heavy rain and strong winds cause travel chaos across the UK.
A terminally ill girl has been given the right to be cryogenically frozen.
Premier League clubs agree to hold further talks on bringing back standing areas.
The tram which crashed in Croydon was travelling at three and half times the speed limit.
Prison officers have been told to return to work by the High Court after walking out.
Anna Foster is in Ohio where just over 52 per cent of people voted for Donald Trump.
Looking ahead to the first England v Scotland competitive football match since 1999.
Donald Trump meets President Obama at the White House.
Continuing reaction as Donald Trump becomes president-elect of the United States.
America goes to the polls to choose its new president.
Two inmates escape from Pentonville prison in north London.
Theresa May insists she will stick to her timetable for taking the UK out of Europe.
The government is told it needs parliament's approval before triggering Brexit.
Fifa refuses to back down on its poppy ban.
Iraq's special forces enter the city limits of Mosul.
An inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave is ruled out.
Drivers for the cab app service Uber win the right to be classed as company workers.