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The investigation into the cause of a fire that ravaged Clandon Park House "will take some time", Surrey fire service says.
Was Ed Miliband right when he insisted that the last Labour government didn't over-spend?
An engineering factory in east Belfast is set to close with the loss of around 100 jobs.
Growth in the UK manufacturing sector slowed sharply in March, according to a closely-watched economic survey.
Nearly a year on from former British number one Elena Baltacha's death, BBC Look East's James Burridge visits her tennis academy in Ipswich.
Ed Miliband says it is "brutally clear" the Conservatives will cut child benefit as he steps up his attack on their welfare plans, while David Cameron says Labour has not learnt from its mistakes.
The BBC secures live radio commentary rights for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, to be held in England and Wales from 18 September.
Private online car-hire service Uber has its offices in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou raided by authorities, according to reports.
Model train maker Hornby, which also owns the Scalextric and Airfix brands, says it is set to report its first annual profit for three years.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says they hope to sort Daniel Sturridge's "underlying injury issues" in the United States.
Hundreds of students in Burundi have spent the night in front of the US embassy after their university was closed amid anti-government protests.
Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man whose death sparked rioting in US cities, died in a police van when his head struck a bolt, TV report says.
A Labour parliamentary candidate is suspended by the party after he was found guilty of fraud.
A woman is arrested on suspicion of killing her two-year-old daughter by dangerous driving in Birmingham.
First Minister Carwyn Jones urges voters to ensure "David Cameron and UKIP don't sneak in the backdoor".
Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara is in a legal battle with her former fiance, who wants to have children from the couple's frozen embryos.
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars give writers of The Gap Band's 1979 track Oops Up Side Your Head a writing credit on their hit Uptown Funk.
Australian police are investigating a seven year old boy's death following his attendance at a "slapping workshop" by a visiting Chinese therapist.
Shares in Lloyds Banking Group jump 3% after investors welcome its first-quarter results, but the FTSE 100 slides in early trade.
The Independent Schools Council says the number of pupils at private schools is at a record high.