| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Christmas parties row: Three gatherings to be investigated by top civil servant - Labour says the PM must resign if he is found to have misled MPs about last year's gatherings.
  • Conservative Party fined over PM's Downing Street flat refurbishment - The Electoral Commission fines the party £17,800 for failing to accurately report a donation for the work.
  • Boris and Carrie Johnson announce birth of a girl - Boris and Carrie Johnson announce the birth of healthy daughter, their second child since he became prime minister.
  • NHS Tracker: How is the NHS in your area coping? - Waits for emergency care are worsening - use the BBC lookup to find out how busy your local service is.
  • Sienna Miller says Sun illegally sought medical records of pregnancy - Actor Sienna Miller makes the accusation as the paper pays a major settlement in her hacking case.
  • Bronski Beat founder Steve Bronski dies - The keyboard player was one-third of the 1980s pop group, whose hits included Smalltown Boy.
  • Covid-19: Sajid Javid defends Plan B rule changes amid No 10 party row - The health secretary says new rules will buy time against Omicron and denies ministers have lost public trust.
  • British waste dumped in Romania - A BBC investigation has uncovered British waste being illegally shipped to Romania and dumped.
  • 'Pubs may run out of cash as more work from home' - We talk to firms which rely on commuters about how the new home-working guidance will affect them.
  • Dunne guilty of bullying fellow jockey - Robbie Dunne is found in breach of four counts of conduct prejudicial to the reputation of horse racing, by "bullying and harassing" fellow jockey Bryony Frost.
  • 'Get checked' says Mark Wright after tumour removal - The former reality TV star said he had an operation to remove the 12cm tumour on Wednesday.
  • HMS Queen Elizabeth returns to Portsmouth minus £100m fighter jet - The flagship is set to return to Portsmouth from its 26,000 mile maiden operational deployment.
  • Ros Atkins on... the No 10 Christmas party fallout - The PM says he’s ‘furious’ about the video and has launched an investigation into whether rules were broken.
  • Longannet power station chimney blown up - The Fife site produced Scotland's last coal-fired energy until it ceased operation in 2016.
  • China's detention camps: Held in chains for using WhatsApp - Erbakit Otarbay, an ethnic Kazakh, was imprisoned as part of a mass incarceration programme in China.
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