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The Loose Women presenter says she's not "strong enough" to cope after Kim Woodburn row.
Simon Yates loses the Vuelta a Espana leader's jersey to Jesus Herrada as Alexandre Geniez emerges from a breakaway to win stage 12.
A study suggests "good bacteria" have little or no effect inside the body.
Western countries agree the Russian government "almost certainly" approved the Salisbury poisoning.
The upbeat assessment comes after claims Michel Barnier called the UK plan "dead in the water".
Paul Pogba says he "still has a contract" at Manchester United but did not commit his long-term future to the Premier League club.
Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust already faced allegations over avoidable deaths and injuries.
The supermarket chain will no longer refund shoppers if items can be bought cheaper elsewhere.
Surrey move a step closer to the County Championship title with a 10-wicket victory against holders Essex.
The inmate at HMP New Hall women's prison also admitted carrying out three rapes before being jailed.
How the White House insider who wrote for the New York Times may have given themselves away (or not).
From the world's oldest DJ to a high-jumping dog, these are our favourite Guinness World Records for 2019.
An uncanny image of Frank Lampard is oddly being used to showcase an upcoming New York public space.