The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will head to Fiji on Tuesday after greeting koalas and crowds during their time in Australia.
Theresa May will brief the Cabinet on the progress of the Brexit negotiations after last week’s Brussels summit failed to achieve the hoped-for breakthrough.
Alarm clocks and traditional door knockers are falling out of fashion as British households increasingly embrace technology, an annual rundown of sales trends from John Lewis suggests.
Max Irons has said he hopes the Me Too movement will result in systemic change in how women are treated.
Professor Mary Beard says she finds historical reconstructions “excruciating”, and she only agrees to front TV documentaries if there is a ban on anyone dressing up in period costume.
The BBC has been urged to stop “obsessing” over the gender of Newsnight presenters in a bid to keep the programme relevant.
Florence Pugh has said she does not expect to become a sex symbol with her upcoming spy thriller role, claiming Americans are “scared of bums”.
The star of the new Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, Rami Malek, has said Freddie Mercury was a “very naughty boy”.
The architect behind the Stephen Lawrence Centre in London has been chosen to design the 2019 Brit Awards statue.
Coronation Street is to air an episode which will star just four of the cast and focus on the secrets tearing the Barlow family apart.