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Rafael Benitez has been sacked by Everton, leaving Farhad Moshiri searching for a seventh permanent manager in six years.
Up to 80,000 people could be affected after tsunami waves caused "significant damage" to Tonga.
Rafael Benitez says he did not realise the "magnitude of the task" at Everton following his sacking on Sunday after less than seven months in charge.
Grenfell survivors have asked a huge public fund to have 11 firms "resolve" buildings' fire safety defects.
He led some of the UK's best-known companies and helped shape the response to the 2008 financial crisis.
The Labour leader says Boris Johnson has lied about "industrial scale partying" in Downing Street.
Flights are cancelled and power cuts reported in south-eastern US states amid heavy snow and ice.
Former England cricketers and pundits reacts to the tourists' latest Ashes collapse as the England lose in Hobart and Australia complete a 4-0 series win.
The culture secretary says it is time to discuss new ways to fund and sell "great British content".
BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at Rafael Benitez's almost seven-month reign as Everton boss and what next for the club.
Tributes are paid to the author and former BBC Gardeners' World presenter who died on Friday.
Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia following the row over a vaccine exemption. What happens next for the Serb?
Novak Djokovic says he is "extremely disappointed" with a court decision to stop him defending his Australian Open title and deport him from the country.
Watch highlights as England's miserable Ashes tour ends with a final calamitous batting failure as Australia surge to a 146-run victory in the final Test to claim a 4-0 series win.
The successful applicant will be "crowned" monarch of Piel by having alcohol poured over them.
Watch the moment Joe Root is bowled by a "stinker of a ball" from Scott Boland that is "unplayable" to leave England on 101-5 needing 271 to win the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart.
Australia take a "huge step towards victory" as they claim the wicket of Ben Stokes for just five leaving England on 92-4 needing 271 to win the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart.
Judges reject the tennis star's last-ditch bid to stay and defend his Australian Open title.
Cameron Green claims his third wicket of the innings as he has Zak Crawley caught behind to leave England on 83-3 needing 271 to win the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart.
In the summer Beadnell booms but it falls silent in winter with empty second homes.