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John Whittingdale faces questions in the House of Commons about the BBC licence fee and the renewal of its royal charter for the first time since becoming culture secretary.
Plans for a global taskforce of 10,000 medics and scientists to tackle major disease outbreaks will be presented at the G7 summit, the BBC understands.
Dick Advocaat is set to perform a U-turn and accept a one-year contract to become Sunderland manager.
The prosecution of a veteran republican is to go ahead in connection with the murder of mother-of-10 Jean McConville.
A workman dies after driving a tipper truck into an 11,000 volt cable in West Lothian.
Teaching and support staff at London Metropolitan University are staging a one-day strike over job cuts.
An Army recruit tells an inquest how he tried for two hours to save a colleague who had collapsed in "freaky" warm weather during an SAS selection march.
A newspaper group is seeking the right to appeal against the level of damages awarded to eight phone hacking victims, including Paul Gascoigne.
Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas, launches his second attempt to earn the Republican nomination for US president.
Double Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton will debut as an amateur jockey at Newbury in July.
A former vice-president of Panama, Felipe Virzi, is detained on corruption charges, the latest of a series of ex-officials to be investigated.
The Bank of England keeps the benchmark UK interest rate at 0.5%, more than six years after it first cut the rate to its current record low.
Scientists discover seven new species of tiny frog living on seven different mountains in south-eastern Brazil.
An assembly committee is told the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) was warned of safety risks in the Casement Park project over a series of months and years.
CCTV footage is released of a manhole cover exploding near people using a cash machine on a shopping street.
At least 10 soldiers killed and 12 injured in an attack on a troop convoy in northeast India, police say.
President Petro Poroshenko tells Ukrainian MPs the military must prepare for a possible "full-scale invasion" from Russia, amid a surge of violence.
Jobless EU migrants can be refused social benefits in another EU country during their first three months there, a top EU legal adviser says.
A fire involving about 100 tonnes of waste wood and rubbish in Newport was started deliberately, the fire service says.
Former Fifa vice president Jack Warner says he will reveal all he knows about corruption at the world football body, as a US investigation continues.