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Many young people are being forced to leave the communities they grew up in because of a lack of affordable housing, a cabinet minister is to warn.
MPs should consider allowing Britain to bomb Islamic State targets in Syria, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is to say.
George Galloway asked his ex-parliamentary aide to buy him underwear and organise his wedding party, she tells the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme.
The construction of a new Russian Orthodox chapel in a Moscow park has sparked a round-the-clock protest by local residents
Helping young people with learning disability understand death
India will not announce a target date for when it expects its carbon emissions to drop, the environment minister tells the BBC.
Martine Wright, Paralympian and survivor of the 7/7 attacks on why she thinks losing her legs was part of her fate in life.
Forensic researchers develop a new method for establishing an accurate time of death after as much as 10 days.
After a pitch written on the back of a beer mat, a "land of two wheels" with a rabbit mascot will host the start of the Tour de France.
MSPs are preparing to launch an inquiry into the quality and availability of end-of-life care in Scotland.
Eurozone chiefs rule out any further bailout talks with Greece until after the country's referendum on Sunday, despite a new approach from Athens.
A pair of young designers explain how they have developed a technique to make furniture from the waste product of 3D printing.
Why Greece’s richest village is voting ‘yes’
George Osborne will deliver a Budget on Wednesday 8 July, less than four months after he delivered the last one.
No police officers will face legal action after a man died of a gunshot wound in a raid on a Bradford house.
Sir Nicholas Winton, who saved hundreds of Jewish children from the Nazis, has died aged 106.
Bottom club Wakefield end a run of 16 successive Super League defeats with a 26-16 home win over Hull FC.
A man with a knife is arrested by armed police in Cardiff after reports of damage to a property.
The threat of a terror attack by a "lone wolf" is "a huge problem" for the UK security services, the former Met Police commissioner says.
Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller wins this year's Desmond Elliott Prize for first novels.