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The London soul singer talks about his Mormon upbringing and why he's proud to be an oddball.
Ten months after she was murdered, the family of student Joy Morgan have the chance to say goodbye.
Why EU diplomats are puzzled by US Ambassador Gordon Sondland and his special role in Ukraine.
How do you find time for yourself when you have a young family? Just take it, says Sue Elliott-Nicholls.
Why better information about your gait could help runners hit a new personal best.
From puppets in Congress to play-based learning in war zones, here are some of the biggest milestones.
Even one attack is too many, a teaching union says, calling for schools to display warning posters.
Whiteness, white privilege, white supremacy: white people are now part of the race debate.
Graves for those who fought in World War One and Two are maintained in 154 countries worldwide.
Shona Stevens was killed in a "vicious and frenzied" attack as she returned from the shops 25 years ago.
Two-time Olympic champion Nicola Adams has retired from boxing over fears she could lose her sight. But what are the pros and cons of being a boxer?
The forgotten story of Princess Dinubolu, whose beauty ambitions shocked Edwardian Britain.
More than 70 current MPs will not stand in the elections, so who replaces them?
A training course in Washington DC teaches disabled people to become paid carers for others who are disabled too.
A look at the parliamentary tradition which means some voters don't get to vote for the main parties.
Sunday's papers include stories on a possible probe into the PM and estimates of Labour's spending.
The storm, expected to unleash surges as high as 7ft, has prompted a huge evacuation of people.
Watch all the best bits from the first round of the FA Cup so far, including a knee-slide celebration gone wrong & a goalkeeping howler from Sunderland's Jon McLaughlin.
England's Eddie Pepperell is disqualified from the Turkish Open after running out of balls on the 13th hole of his third round.
Head coach Phil Neville takes responsibility for England's "totally unacceptable" form after the Lionesses lose to Germany at Wembley.