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Moonlight wins best picture at the Oscars - after Faye Dunaway initially says La La Land won.
The first public sessions will focus on British children sent to Australia between 1945 and 1974.
Sir Gerald had been an MP since 1970 and became the oldest serving member of the Commons in 2015.
Consumers are now more likely to seek out better deals, but the regulator warns many still lose out.
Irene Clennell has been sent back to Singapore, leaving behind her husband and sons in Britain.
The company responsible for collecting the fee is accused of targeting vulnerable people.
There is also support for compulsory lessons on the impact of sexting, a charity claims.
English councils run more than 300 schemes, it says, as figures show one authority recycles just 15% of waste.
The Public Accounts Committee criticises Theresa May and the NHS for "bickering" over funding.
The mystery surrounding the killing of Kim Jong-nam leaves more questions than answers two weeks on. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes went to Kuala Lumpur to try and find out.
Since the ceasefire between the Colombia government and the Farc rebels came into force in December many Farc women fighters have put down their guns and started families instead.
Labour calls for "immediate" relief for companies facing big increases after April's revaluation.
Staff at the only breast milk bank on the island of Ireland warn stock is running exceptionally low.
Rain and floods contaminate a major river and leave four million without water in Santiago.
The moment when La La Land producer realised Moonlight had won the Oscar for best picture