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Plans to devolve even more power to Wales are not being blocked by Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith, Labour insists.
Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves leaves the door open for an England return for Kevin Pietersen.
The Conservatives accuse Vince Cable of trying to water down a ban on "hate preachers" in English universities to protect free speech.
The number of young people waiting more than a year to be treated by mental health services has increased 10-fold in a year, figures reveal.
A lack of film roles for actresses in their 50s is "a disaster" and the situation is unlikely to change, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas says.
A knife-wielding man who threatened a baby at a south London property stabs a police officer twice as he tries to intervene.
Four police officers are injured at an illegal rave attended by several hundred people in Wiltshire.
Runners compete in Hong Kong's first inner-city ultra marathon, despite organisers describing it as "quite boring".
England look short of confidence and must quickly find a way back to form, says BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew.
A driver questioned over the death of a 12-year-old boy on a road in Cardiff on Friday is released on bail.
Two people have been injured during an incident in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, police confirm.
Egypt court rules part of election law unconstitutional, possibly delaying parliamentary polls this month.
Many young people in Northern Ireland are being educated for the wrong careers, says the head of a Belfast-based technology firm.
In the parts of northern Syria where so called Islamic State has taken control, a brutal code of public floggings and executions is being enforced with particular dangers for women.
Rafael Nadal reaches his first final since winning the French Open last June after beating Carlos Berlocq at the Argentina Open.
The internet domain names .cymru and .wales will be made available to the public from St David's Day.
US officials are trying to deport 150 Bosnian immigrants suspected of involvement in war crimes during the 1992-95 war, the New York Times says.
Welsh ministers' response to a promise on minimum funding is "bizarre", Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb says.
The Duke of Cambridge hears the harrowing stories of survivors of the Japanese tsunami during his visit to communities hit by the disaster.
England captain Eoin Morgan criticises his bowlers after the nine-wicket humbling by Sri Lanka at the World Cup.