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The dismissal of Gough Whitlam's government by then governor-general Sir John Kerr, the Queen's representative, plunged Australia into a constitutional crisis.
RFU chiefs pulled the plug after learning of two breaches. A group of seven players left their London hotel to go to the pub, the night before Chris Robshaw and 11 others dined out in a restaurant.
Katya Adler and BBC news correspondent Sangita Myska are being tried out as a potential host to join Emma Barnett once Jane Garvey departs at the end of the year.
Jacqui Smith will sweep down the Strictly staircase tonight in a big swishy skirt, to the strains of Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
But the polls obscure a hidden truth - because focus groups, moderated conversations with groups of voters, show the mood is very different from March and April.
Catholic Poland's constitutional court ruled that existing legislation which allows for the abortion of malformed foetuses was 'incompatible' with the protection of life.
This week Bel answers a question from a 47-year-old woman who feels stuck and lonely and scarred emotionally after a seven-year battle with her ex-husband.
Falling leaves aren't the only things that add glorious autumn colour to your garden, says Monty Don
British gardening expert Monty Don, shares his advice for adding colour to your garden with berries this autumn and advises cleaning slugs and soil off dahalias.
Retail sales climbed by another 1.5 per cent in September - taking gains in the third quarter of the year to a record 17.4 per cent. Sales are now 5.5 per cent higher than they were in February.
The Competition and Markets Authority investigated it after being alerted that some consumers were waiting 'an unreasonably long time' to get their money back.
DAVID WIGG: Over the years, Sir Cliff might have been dismissed, or even mocked, by some for his easy-listening style, but he has outlived and outsold nearly all of his contemporaries.
The Fosse Way links Exeter with Lincoln via Corinium (modern-day Cirencester). Mark Jones explored part of the ancient route and says it's a 'magical shape-shifting thing'.
More than half of gifts, clothes and household products are expected to be bought on the web - up from 31 per cent last year.
It comes as business leaders claim the country's financial services sector is the 'forgotten child' in trade talks.
GUY ADAMS: Accounts filed at Companies House show that its 966 UK employees earned more than £110 million in the year to March, equating to an average salary of £114,237.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office has just made the Canaries a 'travel corridor'. But which island is best for you? Here's our guide to them...
Given his love of a kickabout, it's no surprise he's built a pitch. But judging by Rod Stewart's £4.7million mansion, football is far from the only sport on his mind.
JOHN HUMPHRYS: We loved All Creatures Great And Small 40 years ago because we yearned for that gentler, slower time and the sense of community kinship that existed before the war.
The UK public think the lockdown rules won't work, they will break the law if necessary to see their loved ones and believe it is time to 'get Britain back to normal'.
Oscar Saxelby-Lee, who battled T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, walked through the doors of Pitmaston Primary School in Worcester for the first time since December 2018.