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George Osborne will officially swap the world of politics for media as he walks into the Evening Standard offices for his first day as editor.
Alex Jones has signed up for a new TV series - days after announcing her return to The One Show.
Lyndsay Evans crashed out of the first MasterChef semi-final as eight hopefuls went through to the next stage.
A contestant on The Island who annoyed fellow inhabitants by walking around naked has quit the series after the islanders hatched a plan to get him out.
Pop star Katy Perry snatched the limelight early on at the Met Gala by wearing an extravagant red gown fitted with a trailing veil.
Hollywood star Javier Bardem has told how he hates Hollywood violence and had to think twice about getting romantically involved with wife Penelope Cruz - because she is so feisty.
The future of the UK nuclear industry has been put at risk by the Government's failure to consider the "serious ramifications" of its Brexit strategy, MPs have warned.
The next UK Government should finance a compensation fund for victims of IRA attacks using Libyan explosives, a committee of MPs said.
Labour is promising to put 10,000 additional police on the streets of England and Wales if it gains power in the General Election on June 8.
Princess Charlotte is celebrating her second birthday.
The UK must fundamentally rethink its approach to the Middle East and potentially distance itself from the United States under the "mercurial and unpredictable" Donald Trump, peers have said.
Listening to your heart really could be the key to communicating on an emotional level, research suggests.
Worried relatives who call patients in hospital are still being forced to pay "rip off" charges of 50p a minute despite a promised clampdown on the issue.
Cheryl and Liam Payne have reportedly named their baby son Bear.
The proportion of women high earners has not changed for six years despite moves to increase diversity in senior positions, a study has found.