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A 13-year-old rugby club player, who fell from a moving coach on the M49 near Avonmouth, "could very easily have been killed", a court hears.
The truth behind the Facebook rumour
The granddaughter of a 92-year-old poppy seller who was found dead in Bristol said she wants her remembered as a "fun-loving person".
England may not appoint a new coach before the Ashes start in July, according to new cricket director Andrew Strauss.
Was it right for mother to publicly scold teenage daughter?
A heart patient has two operations simultaneously, in what surgeons say is the first procedure of its type in the UK.
One of two rail unions planning bank holiday industrial action calls off its strike after receiving a new pay offer from Network Rail.
Many migrants attempting to flee Myanmar by boat are being held to ransom by traffickers instead of travelling as planned, as Jonah Fisher reports.
There are fewer young people not in education, employment or training in the UK than at any time since 2005, the Office of National Statistics says.
Raheem Sterling's agent says the winger will not sign a new contract at Liverpool even if he is offered "£900,000-a-week".
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza is pictured playing football despite weeks of protests over his bid to run for a third term in office.
A sheep found by police in a block of flats in Dublin's inner city is given the name Bond, Olivia Bond, licensed to lamb.
UK workers could take every Friday off if they were as productive as other nations - so why aren't we?
Eight men appear in court charged in connection with the Hatton Garden jewellery raid.
QPR striker Charlie Austin is named in the England squad to play the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia in June.
A football pitch on the Western Isles is recognised by Fifa as one of eight remarkable places to play the game in the world.
Will Raheem Sterling make a controversial move?
A man who disguised his car as an ambulance by fixing a blue light to it is jailed for 20 months.
BAE Systems confirms it is to retain both of its shipyards in Glasgow and invest £100m in developing the Govan and Scotstoun sites.
Sadie Frost wins £260,000 in phone-hacking damages from Mirror Group Newspapers and speaks of her relief.