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Andy Murray is through to the quarter-finals of the Barcelona Open after a 6-4 6-4 victory over Spain's Feliciano Lopez.
Rachel Johnson reportedly had talks about standing as an election candidate for the anti-Brexit party.
Almost all universities in England can increase fees each year up to 2020, in a last minute deal to push through legislation.
Police issue a warning after "suspicious packages" sent to an MP, a council building and the SNP HQ.
UK prime minister says Merkel's tough Brexit stance shows why her party needs to win election.
Masterchef viewers get heated on Twitter about the right way to say the spicy sausage.
The child thought he was stepping into a puddle but sank up to his waist.
French prosecutors are investigating the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and have questioned former Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
How does the cost of the triple-lock compare with other ways of protecting pensions?
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says he will stand at the general election without specifying in which seat.
The Tories crammed 16 mentions of their election slogan into Prime Minister's Questions - does the tactic work?
The FA says Joey Barton's 18-month suspension from all football activities is "the shortest possible" ban it could have imposed.
Campaigners celebrate the imminent release of a marine jailed for killing a wounded Taliban fighter.
The trial heard Elizabeth Hart-Browne cried "I have just killed the man I love" after stabbing Stephen Rayner.
Ding Junhui leads reigning champion Mark Selby 5-3 after an intriguing start to their World Championship semi-final.
A tip-off led to the discovery of 11 undocumented prisoners in a room hidden behind a bookcase.
An arrest warrant's out for a man who dropped a bag of drugs during a court appearance in Ohio.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes will not impose team orders as a matter of course, but are aware they may be necessary this year.
The UK Government has lost a court bid to delay publication of its air pollution strategy.
Congress is set to vote on a short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown for one week.