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A Windsor road remains closed today after part of a Grade II listed building collapsed on Friday.
St Albans Street is closed between Castle Hill and Church Lane.
The building is said to be the former home of Nell Gwynn, the 17th century mistress of King Charles II.
A new education funding formula proposed by the government will result in cuts, teachers' unions have claimed.
An alliance of six unions representing school staff have published a "league table" of England's 533 parliamentary constituencies, showing that schools in each one stand to lose out under the plan.
They say these Berkshire locations will lose the following amounts as a result of the proposals:
The government said the formula would end a "postcode lottery" in school funding.
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Average council tax bills in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead will rise by £36 a year from April.
The authority's putting rates up by just under 4% to help cover steep rises in the costs of providing services for older residents.
David Coppinger, the councillor in charge of finances, told BBC Radio Berkshire that demand for these services is continuing to grow.
He added: "The pressure from adult social care is likely to increase."
Lord Alfred Dubs will be the keynote speaker at this year's Reading Holocaust Memorial Evening.
The 84-year-old arrived in the UK in 1939 after fleeing the persecution of Jews in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.
The annual event will be held on 25 January at the town's Civic Offices.
Plans to build new, expansive cycle-routes through Reading are expected to get the green light by Reading Borough Council this evening.
It'll end up fitting into an ambitious cross-Berkshire cycle route that spans the county.
Earlier BBC Radio Berkshire's Sarah Walker was asking for your memories of building 3D models for a school project.
Steve from Spencers Wood went one better, and told the story of a rather unusual Christmas present.
President Obama's claim that the UK would be at the back of the queue for a new US trade deal if it left the EU has been challenged.
Ted Malloch, a professor at Henley Business School in Reading, who is expected to be confirmed as Donald Trump's ambassador to the EU, says the UK is at the front of the queue for US trade.
The magician Paul Daniels died in March aged 77, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
He was at his Berkshire home with wife Debbie McGee when he died.
The murky start to the day is set to continue this afternoon with more rain and cloud forecast
It is expected to become dry by early evening but will remain chilly with temperatures dipping to 4C overnight.
Reading Green Party councillor Rob White has been talking to BBC Radio Berkshire about the new cross-Berkshire cycle route, and what it's like cycling in Reading.
He says it's time to improve the town's cycle route.
Quote Message: At the moment Reading's cycle network is fragmented ... you cycle on the cycle lane for a little bit and then it ends. You end up on the pavement having to give way to cars coming out of side roads and giving way to pedestrians. from Rob White Reading Green Party councillor
A34 Hampshire northbound severe disruption, between A343 and A4 Bath Road.
A34 Hampshire - A34 blocked and very slow traffic northbound between Highclere turn off in Broad Laying and the A4 Bath Road junction in Newbury, because of a vehicle fire.
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Adrian Lawson, the chairman of the Reading Cycle Campaign, says he's not impressed by the proposals for a new cycle path which will run along the Bath Road in Reading.
Quote Message: If too many cyclists use it it will be absolute chaos. It doesn't take you into the town centre." from Adrian Lawson Chair of the Reading Cycle Campaign
A plan to build the Reading section of a cross-Berkshire cycle route is set for approval at a council meeting later.
The first Reading section of the £450,000 route will see a combination of shared cycle and pedestrian facilities built by the council on the northern side of the Bath Road, running between the borough boundary and along the Bath Road to Southcote Road, and advanced stop lines at signalised junctions.