Millions of people across the world will walk out of work, home and school to join young people taking part in the Global Climate Strike.
If you have been too busy to follow the proceedings of the Supreme Court, where it is being decided whether Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was legal, here are 10 things worth knowing:
Britain’s newest aircraft carrier has squeezed out of its dockyard for the first time before starting nine weeks of sea trials.
Jailed conman Mark Acklom is facing more time in prison after being hit with a new European arrest warrant.
Guatemala has admitted being a cocaine-producing nation after 1.3 million coca plants and processing laboratories were found in a remote region of the country.
Thomas Cook Group is scrambling to stitch together a last-ditch fire-sale in a bid to stave off collapse and avert the biggest-ever peacetime repatriation of British citizens.
Boris Johnson has been accused of lying about his reasons for suspending parliament for five weeks – by his predecessor Sir John Major’s lawyer.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has told Sky News that "we can have a deal" on Brexit.
Canada’s prime minister has said "the layers of privilege" he has benefited from meant he did not see that dressing up in blackface was racist.