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The Public Accounts Committee will be launching an "urgent" inquiry into tax evasion by wealthy clients of HSBC.
Richard Johnson says he will "give everything he's got" to be champion jockey after finishing second to AP McCoy 15 times.
At the centre of a mysterious nebula, astronomers discover two stars locked in such a tight orbit that they will eventually merge and explode.
A law student who raped two partners and sexually assaulted a third is jailed for 10 years.
A former vet who was struck off after being filmed having sex with a horse and a dog is jailed for possessing images of bestiality.
Dame Judi Dench has tells the BBC Radio 4's PM programme she has been taking a health supplement as a "preventative" to memory loss, but not as a cure, as suggested by some newspaper reports.
Vote counting is due to begin in the Delhi state elections where Arvind Kejriwal's anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party is expected to push ahead of the PM's BJP.
Royal Kituro thrash Soignies 356-3 in the Belgian top division - but remain behind their opponents in the table.
The solicitor for one of three men wrongly convicted of killing a Cardiff prostitute said Home Secretary Theresa May is to order an investigation into the collapse of the UK's biggest police corruption trial.
The BBC explores the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion in 90 seconds.
A world ranking inside the top 250 will no longer be enough to earn British players a wildcard at Wimbledon.
An EU fraud investigation opens into the Lyon-Turin high-speed rail project, after Green MEPs complained of serious misspending.
Four people are killed in a crash involving a tipper truck that hit cars and pedestrians as it travelled down a steep hill in Bath.
A Briton has been arrested in Spain on suspicion of killing a man he had caught filming his daughter on a tablet, reports say.
Internet movie and television streaming service Netflix launches in Cuba, as diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba thaw.
Rank and file police officers accuse politicians of "ignorance" over the controversial practice of consensual stop and searches.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Raheem Sterling has a generous contract offer, but will not get "too much too young".
YouTube moves to take down pornographic videos after it was discovered that some users had disguised them by giving them Irish language titles.
Trains running between south Wales and Bristol are facing disruption as the Severn tunnel is closed for safety checks.