The Battle of Waterloo was a turning point in European history which put an end Napoleon's ambitions to rule much of Europe and re-shaped Britain's relationship with the continent.
A bill allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in the Scottish and local government elections is expected to be passed at Holyrood.
Paul Nicholas, of Just Good Friends and West End fame, is to join the cast of BBC One's long-running soap EastEnders.
Improving England, the threat from Norway and why this Women's World Cup promises plenty more surprises.
Humanist weddings, which were first held exactly a decade ago, could be Scotland's most popular type of belief ceremony by the end of the year.
Lorry drivers crossing between the Hook of Holland and Harwich demand increased security checks as the number of stowaways increases.
England are building momentum ahead of their Women's World Cup last-16 tie against Norway says boss Mark Sampson.
A man is charged with child destruction and causing GBH after a heavily-pregnant woman is attacked in Peckham, south London.
A range of options for the "major restoration" of the Houses of Parliament, which could cost more than £3bn, is be considered by MPs.
Oculus VR founder Brendan Iribe says the company has overcome motion sickness with Virtual Reality.
Wearable tech company Fitbit is valued at more than $4bn (£2.5bn) after selling shares in its initial public offering (IPO).
Kosovo's former Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj is detained in Slovenia over an investigation into war crimes during the late 1990s.
The BBC, in collaboration with tech company This Place, develops a way people can select TV programmes using a cheap, brainwave-reading headset.
A survey by Which? suggests that millions of UK homes are failing to achieve top advertised broadband speeds.
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Britain is holding a host of events to mark its success at the Battle of Waterloo 200 years ago - not so the French, as the BBC's Hugh Schofield explains.
The threat of the UK and Greece leaving the European Union could only be the start of its problems, says Mark Mardell.
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Finance is at the forefront with a proposed relaxation of pension charges and the continuing Greek crisis featuring on the front pages.