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There will be "a big shadow" over the world title if it is decided by double points, says Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.
Many older people living in care homes have an "unacceptable quality of life" and quickly become institutionalised, says a watchdog.
Raheem Sterling's £60m buy-out clause, Chelsea want Germany midfielder, new deal for West Brom striker, plus more.
Comic actor Matt Berry is in the running for a clutch of British Comedy Awards for his sitcom Toast, as well as for two other roles.
BBC Inside Out meets the Londoners living their dreams after making millions from the sale of their properties during the property boom in 2014.
BBC Inside Out speaks to Dr Keith McNeil, chief executive of Addenbrooke’s, about Dr Myles Bradbury's abuse of patients and its impact on the hospital.
A man is taken to hospital after being shot in both legs in a paramilitary-style attack on the outskirts of west Belfast.
Sports Minister Helen Grant is "worried" as a study shows only 19 black and ethnic minority coaches have top roles in England.
The government is writing to a string of high street chains urging them to improve after a BBC London investigation revealed a "depressing" failure to accommodate disabled people.
New global rules to prevent banks that are "too big to fail" from being bailed out by taxpayers have been announced.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Yacine Brahimi, Vincent Enyeama, Gervinho and Yaya Toure are the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2014 nominees.
Double murder accused Rurik Jutting is remanded into custody after appearing before magistrates in Hong Kong.
Former Australia cricket captain and legendary commentator Richie Benaud has revealed he is undergoing radiation therapy for skin cancer.
Rival trade deals, US-Russia tensions and a possible China-Japan meeting set to dominate at the two-day Apec Summit in Beijing.
The remarkable story of Bletchley Park's top female codebreaker
MPs are due to vote on whether the government should sign up to a range of law and order measures drawn up by the European Union.
US retail giant Wal-Mart is at the Apec summit in Beijing, where it sees opportunities for Asia growth. The BBC's Celia Hatton reports.
An indigenous court in western Colombia has convicted seven left-wing Farc guerrillas over the murder of two leaders of the Nasa tribe.
Four months after a Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 298 people crashed in rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, a national memorial to the victims will take place in the Netherlands.
McKenzie friends provide a valuable service in a world of legal aid cuts - but there are concerns, says Clive Coleman.