Police are targeting uninsured drivers in a crackdown which aims to remove them from the country’s roads.
Current affairs programme Inside Out will broadcast a special tribute to Dianne Oxberry after the BBC weather presenter died aged 51.
Alexandra Burke has said she will concentrate on her recording career when she finishes her current run in the theatre.
Strictly Come Dancing professionals Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec have announced their plans to have children – but say they are “taking it slowly”.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused ministers of wasting £171,000 an hour of taxpayers’ money in “unnecessary” preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
Even people who have been in the UK since before it joined the EU are not exempt from the settlement scheme.
Comic Relief has said it is “shocked and concerned” by a report alleging that Spice Girls T-shirts sold to support its “gender justice” campaign were made by staff paid the equivalent of 35p per hour.
The Los Angeles Rams punched their ticket to the Super Bowl with kicker Greg Zuerlein holding his nerve to score a field goal from 57 yards in overtime to defeat the New Orleans Saints 26-23.
Ant McPartlin has confessed the drink drive crash which forced him into rehab infuriated his TV partner Dec Donnelly.
Labour has lodged a formal complaint with the BBC over the treatment of shadow home secretary Diane Abbott by new Question Time presenter, Fiona Bruce.