Former Prime Minister Tony Blair marks the Sixth anniversary of the Foundation he set up to help youngsters excel at sport.
Food banks are here to stay, the Archbishop of York has warned as Britain grapples with a "new and terrible" growth in levels of poverty.
Research shows the North East is one of the worst areas in the country for sleep disorders
It could be one the most important documents in the history of the country.
The Scottish government has finally published its vision for an independent Scotland.
It reveals how the country could develop if Scots vote yes in next year's independence referendum.
The SNP says it would keep an open border with England, but listed a number of policies to attract more business to Scotland.
Dan Ashby looks reports.
The Scottish Government says if the country went independent, it would aim to have an open border with Northumberland and keep the pound.
Today, November 26, it published its vision for independence, which also included a commitment to lower corporation tax.
But one business in Alnwick said it would not be tempted to move north of the border.
The SNP has published a 670-page White Paper setting out its plans for independence.
The long-awaited document includes a wealth of policy details.
If in power in an independent Scotland, the SNP would roll back many of the UK Government’s policies including the so-called ‘bedroom tax’, Universal Credit and the married couples tax allowance.
They would also slash air passenger duty by 50 per cent and corporation tax by three per cent.
The Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith is marking 40 years in parliament.
He was elected as a Liberal in 1973. He's now one of the most senior figures in the Liberal Democrats.
Sir Alan will step down at the next general election.
He spoke to Helen Ford for our political programme Around The House. Watch his interview here:
On tonight's Around The House at 11.45pm, Sir Alan Beith discusses his four decades as the Liberal and Lib Dem MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic and Sexual Violence is taking evidence on how the justice system can be improved for victims of domestic violence.
The Labour MP for Houghton and Sunderland South, Bridget Phillipson, says the Group will be making recommendations to the Government.
You can see Helen Ford's interview with Bridget Phillipson on this month's Around The House (Thursday 21 November) here:
In tonight's programme Helen Ford talks to Sir Alan Beith about his 40-year career in Parliament.
Also - how well does the justice system serve victims of domestic abuse?
Plus - the blueprint for Scottish independence: how could it affect the north of England?
Join Helen at 11.45pm (21 Nov) on ITV.
Food banks are here to stay, the Archbishop of York has warned.
Dr John Sentamu spoke of his shock at reading of a rise in hospital admissions for malnutrition and food poverty within his own diocese, a phenomenon he described as "dark stain on our consciences."