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Timothy Armoo of Fanbytes explains how his success is grounded in a love of maths.
An independent body is needed to investigate claims of bullying in the beauty industry, a trade organisation says.
Trading Standards issues a warning as one man says he was beaten, threatened and forced into work.
A Pakistani Hongkonger says the protests allow him to promote better understanding of his community.
A bottle of water costs four times more on the motorway than in a supermarket, mystery shoppers say.
The UK has a critical shortage of artillery and ammunition, according to a defence think-tank.
Most of Wednesday's papers splash on the Labour leader's interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
Manchester City clinch their place in the last 16 of the Champions League as they draw with Shakhtar Donetsk to top Group C.
Survivors are feared trapped under rubble after the 6.4 magnitude tremor which killed 20 people.
Tottenham come from behind to beat Olympiakos and book their place in the Champions League knockout stages in Jose Mourinho's first home game.
Staff in a Bristol bar are helping people with no permanent address register to vote.
"Staff, volunteer and donor opinion" has led Yorkshire Air Ambulance to end its connection to the duke.
Jack Ross continued his winning start as Hibernian manager with a 2-1 Scottish Premiership victory against former club St Mirren in Paisley.
England head coach Chris Silverwood will return home after day two (Saturday) of the second Test against New Zealand following a family bereavement.
The annual turkey pardoning ceremony turned partisan when Trump joked about the impeachment inquiry.
A proposal to keep US schools open longer has led to a polarised debate over childcare nationwide.
The Liberal Democrat leader asked the Court of Session to stop the Royal Mail from distributing the leaflet.
Lee Anderson was seemingly caught on a TV microphone arranging to call at a supporter's house.
Tokyo's world-renowned Sukiyabashi Jiro loses its stars as it no longer accepts public reservations.
In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil, he is asked four times whether he would like to apologise.