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Six English football clubs, who announced plans in April to form the European Super League, have formally dropped out of the competition. Question: What role does sport play in our lives?

Story: The retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) has begun legal action against supermarket Aldi, arguing the supermarket's Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake infringes its Colin the Caterpillar trademark. Question: Is it always wrong to copy others?

Story: Children’s author Cressida Cowell has written to Boris Johnson asking for £100m per year to help school libraries. Question: Should all schools have a library?

Story: The Union Jack will be flown on UK Government buildings every day of the year under plans to celebrate the United Kingdom’s heritage and pride. Question: Should we be allowed to fly flags anywhere?

Story: Thousands of red telephone boxes across the UK are being transformed into museums, libraries and other practical uses in order to preserve this historic icon! Question: Should we keep red telephone boxes?

Story: Sunday 21st March 2021 is census day when we answer questions that give a snapshot of daily life in UK every ten years (Scotland’s will take place next year). Question: Why do we need a census?

Story: A group have been evicted from a tunnel under Euston Square Gardens after protesting about the building of the new HS2 railway link Question: How far should you go to stand up for what you believe in?

Story: NASA rover robot Perseverance has successfully landed on Mars to search for signs of ancient life forms. Question: Could you imagine living on another planet?

Story: The Coca-Cola drinks company are testing a new paper bottle as part of a strategy to remove plastic from its packaging. Question: How do you choose a drink?

Story: The Egyptian authorities have built a 22-mile long wall around the resort of Sharm El-Sheikh to encourage more tourists to visit. Question: Do walls divide us or protect us?

A life well lived