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Prince Charles is to call for better protection of the world's forests at the UN climate conference in Paris.
Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe is no longer mentally ill and should be returned to jail, it has been reported.
More than 90% of BBC programming on at peak time over Christmas this year will be new, the corporation's acting head of TV says.
A faulty component as well as the crew's response caused an AirAsia plane to crash into the Java Sea last December, killing 162 people, Indonesian officials say.
Banks are the big gainers after they passed latest stress tests, with Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays leading the way with gains of about 2.5%.
Daniel Radcliffe talks to BBC Breakfast about his latest role alongside James McAvoy in the film Victor Frankenstein.
Scotland are through to the semi-finals of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier after beating Thailand.
Hospitals across England face disruption with thousands of operations cancelled, despite a 24-hour strike by junior doctors being called off.
Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered were the weakest of Britain’s seven largest banks in a Bank of England economic stress test.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan challenges Russia to prove that Ankara shot down a Russian plane to protect oil trade with Islamic State.
Wales becomes the first nation in the UK to introduce a "revolutionary" new system to increase the number of organ donors.
David Cameron is to ask his cabinet to endorse a one-day Commons debate and vote on Wednesday on bombing so-called Islamic State in Syria.
The government should not support building a third runway at Heathrow until certain environmental conditions can be met, MPs say.
Most of Tuesday's papers focus on what they see as imminent UK air strikes in Syria, while some report that the Yorkshire Ripper could be moved from a secure hospital to prison.
Japanese whaling ships depart for the Antarctic hunt, after a one year pause, despite international opposition.
West Midlands Police have released a video of a drunk driver swerving across the M5, as forces across the region begin the Christmas anti-drink drive campaign
Labour is to officially launch its campaign for the UK to stay in the EU, arguing that the country's security depends on its continued membership.
Rare street protests in Havana over Ecuador's decision to require Cubans to obtain a visa to visit the country are a sign of social change, says Will Grant.
Do 20% of British Muslims really sympathise with jihadists?
UK scientific bodies were formed more than a hundred years ago to educate the public. Have they outlived their usefulness?