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The widow of explorer Henry Worsley plans to take his ashes back to the edge of Antarctica so he can be buried beside his hero Ernest Shackleton.
The Prime Minister will face tough questions from MPs after confirming Britain will quit the single market.
The Foreign Office has defended its advice to tourists in Tunisia after being criticised for not warning British travellers of the terror risk before a gunman opened fire on a beach in Sousse.
Nearly 1,000 UK holidaymakers are set to be flown home from The Gambia due to growing political unrest.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Theresa May's comments on Brexit make a second Scottish independence referendum "more likely".
David Cameron and George Osborne are being paid tens of thousands of pounds each to make speeches for leading financial institutions at the World Economic Forum.
WHAT'S IN THE PAPERS?
Theresa May's Brexit speech promising a clean break from the EU has been broadly welcomed by MPs but provoked a hostile reaction from some European politicians.
A narrow majority of the public support the UK leaving the EU single market, according to a new Sky Data poll.
The fiance of a children's author found dead in a human sewage tank underneath her home told police she had spoken of "wanting space", a court has heard.
Man hurt in Manchester house blast arrested for 'causing explosion'
A man who was wounded in a blast at a house has been arrested on suspicion of causing an explosion to endanger life.
Pound set for biggest one-day rally since 2008 on PM's Brexit speech
The pound has surged by more than three cents on Theresa May's Brexit speech putting it on course for its biggest one-day rise against the US dollar since 2008.