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Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is to call for a "parent power" shake-up of education in a speech to her party conference.
A large fire breaks out at a car showroom on the A370 in Somerset.
The men in dark glasses who called me a 'British imperialist'
Going behind the scenes with the Oscar drivers
Tensions between the UK and Russia are the subject of several front pages after RAF fighter jets respond to the presence of Russian bombers off the Cornish coast.
Drug-resistant malaria has spread in Myanmar and has now reached the border with India, scientists report.
A major survey finds that marine animals have been getting bigger, on average, since the Cambrian period - and not by chance.
One man's obsession with rescuing a lost typeface from the Thames
How firms combat insider fraud and theft
Why working five-to-nine is key for many in Nigeria
Millions of pounds of private parking fines could have been charged illegally, according to a report published by the RAC Foundation.
In the wake of the incident involving Chelsea fans on the Paris metro, nine fans from minority backgrounds tell us their experiences.
Steven Gerrard says Balotelli showed 'disrespect' to Jordan Henderson by taking Liverpool's penalty against Besiktas.
The BBC's John Simpson reports from the village of Mansouriya, 100km north of Baghdad in Iraq, to see the effects of the Islamic State (IS) occupation.
An Iraqi-Kurdish force of up to 25,000 is preparing to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State in April or May, a US official says.
EastEnders' latest murder mystery storyline reaches its climax, with viewers of the BBC One soap finally learning who killed Lucy Beale.
A French man who was pushed off a Paris Metro train by Chelsea fans chanting racist songs has been speaking about the experience.
The Malian government signs a ceasefire deal with rebels in a bid to end long-running unrest in the country's north.
Northamptonshire County Council approves £68m and introduces plan to outsource all services and redeploy thousands of staff members.
A prominent rabbi in the US pleads guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism after secretly filming women prepare to take ritual baths.