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Sixteen-time champion Phil Taylor convincingly beats Welshman Mark Webster 4-0 in PDC Championship second round.
St Mirren youngster Stephen Mallan scores with an incredible solo run, his first in senior football, and one that could be a contender for goal of the season.
Crystal Palace caretaker boss Keith Millen says he is ready to become the club's full-time manager.
A British woman says she is anxiously waiting for news from her son who is caught on a stricken ferry off Greece.
Following the disappearance of AirAsia flight QZ8501, BBC Transport Correspondent Richard Westcott considers what investigators will focus on in their search for answers.
The British national on AirAsia flight QZ8501, which has gone missing with 162 passengers on board, is Chi-Man Choi, the BBC understands.
Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal on his team's draw at Tottenham, title chances and the busy Christmas schedule.
Mark Ronson reclaims the number one spot in the chart with his single Uptown Funk, knocking X Factor winner Ben Haenow off the top spot.
Former manager and captain Willie Miller believes Aberdeen are capable of pushing Celtic in the title race.
A rescue operation has been launched after a fire broke out on a car ferry travelling from Greece to Italy.
AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes says he is "devastated" that a plane carrying 162 people from Indonesia to Singapore has gone missing.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says after a 1-1 draw against Southampton that there is a "campaign" against his side.
Police are investigating the sudden deaths of a man and a woman whose bodies were found at a house in County Cork in the Republic of Ireland.
Police investigating the murder of a man in east Belfast have arrested two boys aged 17 and 12 following searches on Sunday.
Watford come from behind to beat Cardiff City who are now five matches without a win.
Second-half goals from George Boyd and Ashley Barnes earn Burnley a draw after Manchester City led 2-0 at half-time.
Peter Pawlett's goal gives Aberdeen a win in Inverness and moves them to within two points of Premiership leaders Celtic.
A man who killed five people in a shooting spree in West Bromwich dies at a high-security psychiatric hospital, the BBC understands.
Thirty-seven children, whose parents were killed in the recent Israel-Gaza conflict, are blocked by Hamas from entering Israel on peace activists' visit.
Wasps make it back-to-back Premiership wins as they see off Gloucester to claim a narrow victory at Kingsholm.