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UKIP and the Greens are making electoral pacts with rival parties - what's going on?
Victims of rogue breast surgeon Ian Paterson tell of the devastating impact he had on their lives.
Emma Watson joins a list of celebs who have distanced themselves from social media at some point.
Geraint Thomas says his preparation has gone well for the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia, which starts on 5 May.
The university apologises after it was accused of discriminating against autistic people.
The two tech firms have confirmed they were tricked out of $100m (£77m) in an alleged scam.
Election candidates are turning to crowdfunding sites to raise money for the snap general election.
The visit of Francis comes three weeks after deadly bomb attacks on two Coptic Christian churches.
The High Street giant prepares to join a crowded market for home delivery but could face problems.
Ed Balls Day is the social media mishap which has been celebrated on 28 April for the past six years
The electricity towers in the Cairngorms are being taken down as part of the £600m Beauly-Denny power line project.
The UK government's rejection of the Scottish government's Brexit proposals is published for the first time.
A luxury music festival in the Bahamas is branded a "disaster" after reports of cancelled flights and no security.
What will the fighters earn? What does Anthony Joshua eat in a day? And why is Wladimir Klitschko an underdog? Read BBC Sport's preview.
Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton struggled in first practice at the Russian Grand Prix as Kimi Raikkonen set the pace.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells the Garden Bridge Trust he cannot support the scheme.
Tottenham can end 22 years of Arsenal supremacy in Sunday's derby - but how many Spurs players would get in your combined team?
Donald Trump has spoken about what he misses about his life before he was president.
UK economy grew by 0.3% in first quarter of 2017, according to official figures
He says the proposed burka ban would help "equality and integration" in Britain.