Richard has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder since he was a teenager. He and his father have been talking about their lives.
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls has been added to the line-up for this year's Strictly Come Dancing tour.
Temperatures dipped to -7.5C last night but tonight it could go even lower.
British singer-songwriter Kate Bush describes the UK's prime minister Theresa May as "wonderful".
The new five pound note contains an animal product, tallow, angering some vegetarians and vegans.
Dawn North says she paid nearly £3,000 for a washing machine worth £300 using a rent-to-own firm.
A driving instructor heading to teach a speed awareness class is jailed after causing a five-car smash in Powys that killed an 83-year-old woman.
Eddie Izzard spent £36,229 on EU remain campaign while pub chain Wetherspoons spent £94,586 on Leave push.
Former darts world champion Eric Bristow loses his role with Sky Sports after suggesting football abuse victims are not "proper men".
Belfast's WBA featherweight world champion Carl Frampton has said the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year selection is anti-Northern Ireland and anti-boxing.
Sharing Royal Navy construction between sites increases productivity and spreads prosperity, a review says.
A ship dragging its anchor on the seabed in the English Channel cuts the three main internet cables to the Channel Islands.
Health bosses have approved plans to delay routine surgery for smokers and obese people.
Northern Ireland has the highest-achieving primary school pupils in Europe in major international tests in maths.
Usain Bolt was flanked by dancers as he and other stars attended the world premiere of his documentary I Am Bolt in London on Monday.
A price cap to help consumers who use "rent-to-own" firms to buy goods, such as washing machines, is possible, the head of the City regulator says.
Fred Walden says his wheelchair doesn't damage dance-floors, and wants to prove it.
A disabled dancer is taking legal action after he was banned from an event over claims his wheelchair damaged the dance floor.
They play netball round the clock but they also have to fit in their work as a lawyer, DJ and therapist.
Caribbean hospitality workers will have the chance to train at Buckingham Palace under a new scheme.