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New proposals have been put forward in an effort to resolve a long-running row about the congenital heart surgery in England.
England begin their defence of the Women's Ashes with a four-wicket victory over Australia in the first ODI at Taunton.
British comedian Simon Brodkin is to be charged with trespassing by Swiss police after throwing fake money at a Fifa news conference.
The son of Norfolk's police and crime commissioner is found guilty of killing a woman in a crash.
The country's top civil servant warns of ministers being "hobbled" ahead of the EU referendum unless so-called "purdah" rules are relaxed.
The SNP says Scottish Labour will pay a heavy price in next year's Holyrood elections for not voting against planned welfare cuts.
The chair of the Iraq Inquiry has repeatedly refused offers of extra assistance to help speed up the report, the head of the Civil Service tells MPs.
It is 90 years since Sir Malcolm Campbell set a world land speed record of 150mph and his grandson has marked the occasion by driving the same Blue Bird car.
A rocket-powered punt fuelled by Chelsea buns has made its maiden voyage in Cambridge.
A five-day-old seal pup which was separated from its mum in a Lincolnshire creek and ended up in a field of cows is rescued.
The death of a baby girl just hours after being born is being investigated by a health board.
Transplanting cells into livers has the potential to regenerate them, say scientists.
Taylor Swift leads a host of huge music names including Ed Sheeran, Beyonce and Mark Ronson, as the MTV Video Music Awards nominations are revealed.
British heavyweight Tyson Fury says he "wants rid of a boring person" like Wladimir Klitschko from boxing.
Relatives of children killed in the Germanwings plane crash demand an apology from the airline's parent firm, Lufthansa, over its response to the disaster.
The father of a young man from Newtownabbey whose body was found in a hotel room in Ibiza says is still trying to find out how his son died.
A study says that surgical robots were involved in operations that resulted in at least 144 deaths over a 14-year period in the US.
Swedish schools, once championed by former education secretary Michael Gove, have started to slip down the rankings, says Branwen Jeffreys.
A police community support officer from south Wales dies following a crash while cycling on a family holiday.
Team Sky release Chris Froome's riding power data in an effort to end speculation about doping at the Tour de France.