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  People are being encouraged to host arts and craft parties to raise funds to help young people’s wellbeing.
  The TV star has been living in the UK and developed a taste for daytime TV.
  The event takes place in May at London’s Victoria Park.
  The festival takes place in June.
  The programme returns to BBC Two on February 3.
  The actor announced last year that he was leaving the BBC crime drama.
  The actor said he has worked on lots of productions which do not have overt racial themes.
  The former political journalist made the comments as BBC boss Lord Tony Hall prepares to step down as director- general in the summer.
  The company had pledged to answer all calls in the UK and Ireland by the end of 2020.
  Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the UK.
  The National Audit Office says there is no evidence the ‘Get ready for Brexit’ campaign resulted in the public being significantly better prepared.
  The retailer has set out an ambition to cut greenhouse gases, food waste, water use and plastic packaging.
  The National Grid report sets out the scale of the recruitment challenge but also reveals people want jobs with an environmental purpose.
  Differences in African lions are more likely caused by ecological factors, researchers suggest.
  Many lines were closed down following the Beeching Report.
  A judge convicted Jelani Maraj of predatory sexual assault and child endangerment.
  A total of 86 alterations were made by the 14 top-flight teams in fourth-round action.
  The Arsenal boss said the injury would not change his transfer plans.
  The actor played Ray Langton in the soap.
  Benjamin Netanyahu and challenger Benny Gantz met the president at the White House.
  Dean Smith has challenged his players to create their own piece of Villa Park history by beating Leicester City on Tuesday and reaching the Carabao Cup final.
  New signing Mbwana Samatta is poised to make his debut when Villa look to book another Wembley date in the Carabao Cup tonight.
  The Taoiseach defended his party’s position against forming a potential coalition government with Sinn Fein after the Irish General Election.
  The Gunners will travel to Portsmouth in round five.
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