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Have a lovely weekend.
A World War One memo that hints at how British Army chiefs tried to prevent the famous 1914 Christmas Day truce is to be auctioned.
Men emerged from trenches into parts of No Man's Land in 1914 to swap gifts, sing carols and play football.
But one order sent late on Christmas Eve ordered British soldiers not to communicate with the Germans - and to open fire on any who approached. Full story here.
The actress and campaigner Juliet Stevenson, who's visited the so-called Jungle camp in Calais, says more should be done to help the unaccompanied minors living there.
The Home Office said it already plans to transfer 150 children this year.
You can read the whole story here.
What has the weekend weather got in store for us?
Here's my forecast.
They may be a small amateur club, but this weekend a group of Folkestone cricketers have their big break at Lords, having reached the final of the National Village Cup.
The war on drug dealers, a hospital apologises to a young mother, and rail passengers stranded under the Thames - they happened #onthisday one, three, and five years ago.
Removal works will be carried out on the footbridge that collapsed on the M20 last weekend, but it means that motorway will have to close completely.
You won't be able to get on from 20:00 BST tonight until 06:00 BST on Monday. Here are the details:
The mayor of Calais has pledged to turn out in support of a blockade of the town's port next Monday, in support of hauliers and locals protesting against violence from organised gangs and migrants.
It could be a wet weekend at times. Here's my latest forecast.
A £5m scheme to ease congestion in Maidstone could result in more cars on the roads, according to the Green Party. They want to see the money to be spent on cycle and bus lanes instead.
We'll be keeping you updated with the county's news until 17:00 BST.
Brian Whitehead snapped this picture as the sun went down over Westcliffe beach in Ramsgate, it's our #PhotoOfTheDay