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The BBC asks students at Leeds University for their reaction to a Labour pledge to reduce tuition fees in England have been a "disaster" and promises Labour would fund a reduction by cutting tax relief on high earners' pensions.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg set the fastest time of winter testing at Barcelona while Jenson Button posts 100 laps for McLaren.
Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr Spock in Star Trek, has died at the age of 83, his family says.
Extremists like the Islamic State militant known as 'Jihadi John' are not radicalised through contact with security services, ex-MI6 chief Sir John Sawers says.
The Senate has passed full funding for homeland security shortly after the House passed its own short-term version as a shutdown deadline looms.
A boy is in hospital after being hit by a car in Cardiff.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Mr Spock in the US science fiction series Star Trek, has died at the age of 83.
Hull City are fined by governing body Uefa for breaching Financial Fair Play rules but Liverpool are cleared.
A bigamist is jailed for life after being found guilty of murdering his second wife and hiding her body in a car boot.
Police appeal after Frank McCabe Jr is seriously injured in Crossmaglen booby trap poster bomb.
A popular Rwandan singer is jailed for 10 years after being convicted of planning to kill President Kagame and inciting hatred against the government.
Winger Tommy Seymour admits Scotland are fed-up of being written off as the Six Nations' "valiant losers".
The former head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, defends the security services amid criticisms they failed to stop Mohammed Emwazi - known as "Jihadi John'" - from joining Islamic State.
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Mexican security forces confirm the arrest of the country's most wanted drug lord - Knights Templar chief Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez.
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Tony Blair once met a voter during one of his election campaigns. He started listing the achievements his government had generated for the people. "Aye, we know all that," chipped in the voter, "What are you going to do next?"
Labour would reduce tax relief for those earning £150,000 or more a year, shrink maximum pension pots to £1m and cut maximum annual pension contributions to £30,000 to pay for a cut to £6,000 in student fees.
A judge who stopped a trial because a Muslim witness had sworn an oath on the Bible says he should have accepted the man's evidence.
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