● Jaguar Land Rover to cut 500 jobs at its Halewood plant The company says a change in shift patterns will "affects around 10% of Halewood's workforce".
● Sonos to end updates for old speakers The announcement affects four models sold between 2006 and 2015.
● Terry Jones obituary: Master of the absurd The life of the actor, writer and director who found fame as a member of the Monty Python team.
● University of Liverpool cheese bookmark sparks Twitter mirth The "disconcertingly warm" slice of processed cheese was found by a "stunned" Liverpool librarian.
● Gerald Corrigan 'shot with crossbow' while fixing satellite Four men are on trial over the death of retired college lecturer Gerald Corrigan.
● Monty Python star Terry Jones dies aged 77 Monty Python star Terry Jones has died at the age of 77, his agent has said
● Boy, 13, in court over Larne school stabbing The boy was arrested after a pupil was stabbed at a school in Larne earlier in January.
● Chris Froome: Briton to return to competitive racing at UAE Tour Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome to return to competitive racing in February at the UAE Tour, eight months after a high-speed crash.
● Froome to return at UAE Tour, while Yates injured at Tour Down Under Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome to return to competitive racing in February at the UAE Tour, eight months after a high-speed crash.
● Mental health at work: 'When I come out of uni, what the hell am I gonna do?' Making the leap from studying to your first full-time job can be tough for lots of people.
● Spanish sea foam engulfs streets Marine foam brought ashore my Storm Gloria floods streets in Tossa De Mar in Spain.
● UK vows tech tax will go ahead despite US pressure The US has warned it could respond by taxing UK car companies if the UK goes ahead.
● South Western Railway warned it could be placed in public hands The government reveals South Western Railway's franchise is "not sustainable in the long term".
● Grammy Awards are 'ripe with corruption' says ousted boss Deborah Dugan The head of the Recording Academy makes claims of voting irregularities and sexual harassment.
● Bitcoin fraud victim, 75, loses £11k in life savings The 75-year-old victim said someone from the firm even rang her to wish her a "happy Christmas".
● Australian Open: Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic into third round Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic both enjoy comfortable wins to reach the third round of the Australian Open.
● World Indoor Bowls Championships: Watch 'ridiculous' shot during open pairs final England's Nick Brett wows crowds at the World Indoor Bowls Championships in Great Yarmouth with a spectacular shot in the open pairs final.
● 'That is ridiculous' - watch stunning bowls shot England's Nick Brett wows crowds at the World Indoor Bowls Championships in Great Yarmouth with a spectacular shot in the open pairs final.
● Armando Iannucci on 'colour-blind casting' of David Copperfield and Brexit Director Armando Iannucci hopes that casting Dev Patel as David Copperfield will change minds.
● Hunger Games prequel will reveal villain's origins Suzanne Collins's next novel will focus on the early years of the villainous President Snow.
● South Korea transgender soldier to sue after landmark dismissal Byun Hui-soo accuses South Korea's military of intolerance after it said she had broken regulations.
● Zindagi Tamasha: Pakistan film suspended after religious uproar Officials warned of unrest after an Islamist party objected to the portrayal of a struggling cleric.
● Does a milk advert show Harry and Meghan's future? As the Queen's grandson sells Jersey milk in China, critics call for clarity over royal endorsements.
● Kansas college basketball derby ends in mass brawl A US college basketball game between Kansas State and the University of Kansas ends in a mass brawl with one player wielding a stool above his head.