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European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker warns that too much EU "interference" in people's lives is eroding support for the bloc.
Police in southern Germany say a woman found by officers during an eviction may have been held captive by her mother for years.
James Vince and Sean Ervine hit centuries as Hampshire fight back on day three against champions Yorkshire at Headingley.
Three of the candidates for the US presidency have ties to New York, but which is the true New Yorker? The BBC asked some locals to weigh in.
Lily Allen tells BBC Newsnight that she is not angry with the man who stalked her - and that he needs help.
Apple's transparency reports show it consistently complies with a greater-than-average proportion of information requests from US authorities
A UK-based magazine offers a prize to the author of the most offensive verse about the Turkish president, who is suing a German comedian over a poem.
After Kevin Friend was stopped from taking charge of Leicester's game against West Ham,, BBC Sport looks at which teams Premier League referees support.
A head teacher resigns from a West Sussex primary school, saying "factory farming" children was failing to prepare them for the future.
Singer Lily Allen has accused police dealing with her stalking case of "victim-shaming".
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says it is not politics but duty that makes him speak out over the risks of the EU referendum.
A new study into the use of 4G in the UK has found all four networks provide limited access to the service