A man’s home is his metaphorical castle, except in the case of prospective Dundee West MP Chris Law who literally lives in a castle.
People living in a village cut off by floodwater say they are helping each other get through the crisis until the water levels drop.
Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has laid a green laurel wreath on Remembrance Sunday in Enniskillen.
Chris Packham has criticised Ant and Dec for ignoring his call to stop using creatures on I’m A Celebrity’s Bushtucker Trials.
Christian Doidge insists Hibernian were not far away from success under Paul Heckingbottom but believes the changes made by Eddie May were key to a first Ladbrokes Premiership victory in three months.
The Foreign Office (FCO) has told the family of Harry Dunn that allegations of a misuse or abuse of power by Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab are “entirely without foundation”.
Caroline Lucas has condemned attacks on individual’s carbon footprints, saying people should put greater focus on fossil fuel companies and holding the powerful to account.
Arsenal’s Calum Chambers has vowed the Gunners will keep fighting to rescue their Champions League hopes.
A shop has banned cheesy Christmas songs for the sake of staff morale, the owners have said.
Sajid Javid has said it “makes sense” for the Conservative Party to hold a broader investigation into prejudice within its ranks – rather than just on Islamophobia.