Sir Elton John wants a boycott of fashion brand Dolce and Gabbana after the pair called children born through IVF "synthetic".
Ireland are knocked out of the World Cup by Pakistan, who qualify for the quarter-finals with a seven-wicket win.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls challenges George Osborne to a debate and gets him to shake on it, on the Andrew Marr show.
Detective John Rebus will return in his 20th novel this October, after author Ian Rankin took a year-long sabbatical.
Britain's Tom Daley fails to qualify for the 10m platform final at the season-opening Diving World Series event in Beijing.
Police appeal for information after a serious sexual assault on a teenage girl in the Halbeath area of Dunfermline.
A 1971 Asterix cartoon sells for £100,000 at auction in Paris, with proceeds going to the families of victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack.
Royal Navy sailors and Royal Marines on board a warship have sent a Mother's Day message back home from the Gulf.
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An 18-year-old man dies and two teenagers are injured after a fight broke out at a Coventry nightclub in the early hours.
Families facing the loss of a loved one are urged to discuss that person's preferences for end of life care.
A Brutalist bus station that dominated the Northampton skyline for decades is demolished in a "blow-down".
Firefighters went into burning house in Larchfield, but man was pronounced dead at the scene
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness has said he will not travel to Washington for St Patrick's Day in order to continue talks over the welfare reform impasse.
Twin bomb blasts have targeted a Christian neighbourhood in the Pakistani city of Lahore killing at least 10 people.
The managing director of Belfast International Airport says the current political deadlock in Northern Ireland is threatening to hold up potential investment.
The first planeloads of international aid arrive on the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu, devastated by "monster" Cyclone Pam on Saturday.