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Who holds the key to England reaching the Women's World Cup final? And who stands in their way?
Sir Howard Davies releases his report outlining recommendations for airport expansion in the south-east.
A search resumes for a man who is still missing after his father and girlfriend drowned off the Cork coast in the Republic of Ireland.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson says his services as a "bulldozer blocker" will not be needed as Heathrow expansion "will not happen".
A strike by French ferry workers which has closed the Port of Calais enters a third day disrupting cross-Channel travel.
Can David Cameron back down from his 2009 pledge that there would not be a third runway?
Airports Commission chairman Sir Howard Davies says his report backing a third runway at Heathrow balances the needs of the economy and local communities.
Universities are calling for the limit on tuition fees in England to be lifted so that they could rise above the current £9,000 maximum.
A court in South Korea rejects an attempt by US activist investor fund Elliot to stop a shareholder vote on a proposed $8bn merger of two key Samsung Group firms.
Temperatures in some parts of the UK are expected to reach 35C today as a heatwave continues to take hold across much of Europe.
The Airports Commission backs a third Heathrow runway, saying it will add £147bn in economic growth and 70,000 jobs by 2050.
An immediate review of all mental health wards in north Wales is needed, an independent watchdog says.
China passes a wide-ranging and controversial new national security law, tightening control of cyber space, religion and other areas.
A trial scheme which allows people to be told if their partners have been violent in the past is to be extended across Scotland.
A body is found in the River Esk in Cumbria by rescue crews searching for a man who got into difficulties in the water.
Too many children in Wales are being denied a decent childhood because of the "crippling effects" of poverty, the new children's commissioner says.
A charity warns of growing concerns over the use of so-called legal highs, prompting the launch of a new initiative to tackle the issue.
Post-primary schools in Northern Ireland could pay more to hold exams under new proposals from the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA).
An RAF plane leaves the UK for Tunisia to begin the repatriation of British tourists killed by a gunman at a beach resort last week.
A weight-loss product advert featuring a bikini-clad model asking "Are you beach body ready?" was not offensive or irresponsible, the watchdog has ruled.