Labour unveils its education manifesto, including guaranteed individual careers advice for teenagers.
Watch as a number of riders are caught up in a major crash in the final kilometre of the Scheldeprijs race in Belgium.
A UKIP candidate standing in local elections in Bristol is revealed as a veteran porn star with 40 years' experience in the adult film industry.
The first new design of electricity pylon in almost 90 years has been erected at a test site in Nottinghamshire.
A Northern Ireland family stranded in Spain due to the French air traffic controllers' strike criticise how their airline handled the situation.
The promise that all children globally would have primary education by 2015, pledged by world leaders in 2000, has officially not been achieved.
Readers pictures from the United Arab Emirates.
Three new studies address some of the riddles posed by our best explanation for the origin of the Moon - which begins with a cataclysmic collision.
The SNP would only press for another independence referendum if something "material changed", the party's leader says.
A top Chinese TV anchor is taken off air after a video emerges showing him insulting Chairman Mao at a dinner party.
The UK's biggest mutual organisation will vote on whether to stop financially supporting the Co-op Party, which has strong ties to Labour.
House prices rose by 0.4% in March compared with the previous month but the annual rate of property price growth slowed, the Halifax says.
A court in India finds the former head of Satyam Computers and nine others guilty in one of the country's biggest ever corporate scandals.
The Co-operative Group says it made a profit of £124m last year, helped by its food and funerals businesses performing "robustly".
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says he is "more than open" to a job with English cricket's governing body.
Barack Obama takes an unscheduled tour of the museum dedicated to reggae star Bob Marley during his state visit to Jamaica.
A pilot sends a text message saying he has lost control and his aircraft is "going down" before it crashes, investigators find.
Police say they seized a "concerning" amount of alcohol from under-age drinkers along Northern Ireland's north coast on Easter Monday.
There could be up to 100 billion barrels of oil onshore beneath the South of England, says exploration firm UK Oil & Gas.
In a learning season for Liverpool, FA Cup success would be a price worth paying for moments of pain, writes Phil McNulty.