Actor, entertainer and national treasure, Stephen Fry has revealed he has prostate cancer. The 60-year-old announced the news in a post on his Youtube channel.
Fry said the cancer was flagged up following a routine check-up with his doctor before Christmas, but that it had not spread.
More than 50% of British parents recently admitted to using Facebook to spy on their children.
Former Manchester United legend Andy Cole said his nephew's selfless sacrifice saved his life in his first TV interview since having a kidney transplant.
Florida school shooting survivor Sam Zeif has called President Donald Trump's suggestion that teachers should be armed "absurd".
The father of brain damaged toddler Alfie Evans will appeal a High Court decision to turn his life support off, telling Good Morning Britain: "He experiences cuddles".
“Alfie’s rights are being ignored,'' Tom Evans said. "I’m going to get my appeal in today and put a stop to what they think is going to happen on Friday."
Remember the 'Boris Bus' that travelled around the country in the run-up to the independence referendum?
It promised £350million for the NHS if the UK voted Leave. But the cash never appeared, setting a new benchmark for lost trust between politicians and the public when Nigel Farage announced he didn't back the figure the day after the UK voted to leave the EU.
The Queen has joined fashion royalty on the front row of London Fashion Week. Sat next to Dame Anna Wintour, Editor-in-chief of Vogue US, her Majesty made a surprise visit to the event to watch models on the catwalk. It's Her Majesty's first visit to London Fashion Week, a staple of the sartorial calendar attracting couture connoisseurs from around the globe.