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Leaving the European Union would make Britain the North Korea of Europe with "few friends [and] no influence", Gordon Brown is warning.
It is being described as one of London's most significant archaeological discoveries - 3,000 human skeletons from a burial site that is 400 years old.
The Queen is to officially name a new "superliner" Britannia.
The pound has reached a new high against the euro, a day after the European Central Bank (ECB) began its government bond buying programme.
A GPS navigation error sends a tour group of Belgian skiers to the Spanish border instead of the French Alps.
Scottish percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie and US singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris are named winners of the 2015 Polar Music Prize.
The BBC looks at language surrounding the Greek debts talks and whether stereotypes of Greeks being 'lazy' or 'greedy' are true.
The A55 westbound is closed after an accident involving two lorries and van, in which one person has died.
There will be no scheduled bus or train services in Northern Ireland on Friday due to strike action, Translink says.
A former British soldier explains to Sima Kotecha why he is preparing to go to Syria to train and help the Kurdish Peshmerga fight IS.
Actor Channing Tatum is being mooted as a potential star of a new Ghostbusters film that will follow the female-led "reboot" set for release next year.
A development bank for businesses has been recommended as a "catalyst and driving force" for them to help the Welsh economy continue to grow.
The European Parliament is to introduce new reforms to cap the fees that banks charge businesses for processing card payments.
Millwall sack manager Ian Holloway, with former Lions striker Neil Harris taking charge until the end of the season.
About 200 students tried to break through police lines in the central town of Letpadan.
Too many payday lenders are still failing to be fair to customers who have fallen into arrears, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Some of England's most vulnerable children are not receiving a high enough standard of care according to an Ofsted report out on Tuesday.
Three people are charged with gross negligence manslaughter after the death of an 86-year-old woman at a Nottingham care home.
Solar Impulse is back in the air on the second leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world - crossing water from Oman to India.
Ireland's hopes of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals suffer a blow as India seal a fifth straight win.