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The BBC's Colin Paterson takes a look at how Beatrix Potter has created a multi-million pound tourist industry.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects calls to change her refugee policy, in the wake of recent terror attacks, some of them by asylum seekers.
A man who murdered his partner and an ex-girlfriend within minutes of each other is given two life sentences and jailed for at least 32 years.
Corridors are to be opened to allow civilians and rebels to leave the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, Russia says.
A Pokemon Go player claims to have become the first to catch all the characters available in the UK.
What is it the Scottish government's named person scheme, and why is it so controversial?
Pope Francis tripped and fell as he arrived for Holy Mass at the southern Black Madonna shrine of Czestochowa in Poland.
Badminton clears Russian players to take part in the Olympic Games as the nation's athletes begin to travel to Brazil.
Assaults on prison officers in England and Wales have risen to their highest level on record, official figures show.
A kitten who climbed into a washing machine was lucky to survive his ordeal, a vet says.
Dozens of people have died in Nepal after flash floods and landslides, caused by monsoon rains, sweet through villages.
Lloyds Banking Group says it will cut a further 3,000 jobs and close 200 more branches, even as it reports a doubling of pre-tax profits.
John Humphrys takes the rail firms to task on whether they are offering the lowest fares
Supreme Court judges rule that the Scottish government's Named Person scheme breaches rights to privacy and a family life.
A 17-year-old from Gabon says he is "overwhelmed" after the Canadian pop star shared online a video of him performing one of her hits.
French prosecutors have identified the second man involved in the killing of a priest in a Normandy church as Abdel Malik Petitjean, 19.
Suzy Lamplugh's father says he "does not have very much hope" in finding out what happened to his daughter who went missing in July 1986.
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is shown a straight red card for a foul on new Liverpool signing Ragnar Klavan.
Growing evidence suggests so-called Islamic State used a new type of explosive device when they killed almost 300 people in Baghdad earlier this month.
Iconic fairground attraction the Moon Rocket, described as the original 'white knuckle ride', is in danger of being lost according to campaigners.