The Consumer Prices Index rose to 1.8%, but remains below the Bank of England's 2% target.
In a post released ahead of her inquest the TV host said her "future was swept from under my feet".
The Vegan Society has issued guidelines to "help employers accommodate the needs of vegans".
Some Diamond Princess passengers who tested negative for the new coronavirus disembark in Japan.
Deontay Wilder eyes a landmark victory over Tyson Fury as the Briton thrills fans with an open-top arrival at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Atletico Madrid's first-leg defensive masterclass shows how difficult it will be for Liverpool to reach the Champions League quarter-finals, says ex-Reds defender Stephen Warnock.
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 19 February 2020.
Three Met Office warnings for rain are issued, as 1,400 properties are already affected by floods.
The Foreign Office says it hopes to fly back the Britons who have been stranded on the ship this week.
From best impromptu duet to biggest gaffe, here are the awards you didn't see on TV.
The World Health Organization says "radical change" is needed before it is too late
Three children, all under 10, have died after a car was allegedly set alight in a Brisbane suburb.
US company Blackhall Studios wants to build a movie-making complex at Thames Valley Science Park.
Lawyers and women's rights groups react to a judge who dismissed a woman's claim she had been raped.
A dead soldier's parents demand action as investigation reveals multiple health and safety breaches.
How the childhood organisation became 'the largest paedophile ring on Earth' according to a lawyer.
A British university says "an incorrect story... spiralled" from its research into the virus's spread.
Singapore is running out of room for rubbish so is experimenting with putting it to work.
The Royal Ballet tells the story of gifted cellist Jacqueline du Pré, whose career was cut short by multiple sclerosis.
Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) to fight climate change - but how should the money be spent?