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Labour's Ed Miliband goes into the final day of campaigning saying voters have a choice between a prime minister who will put working people first - and one who favours the rich.
Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron says he still believes he can win a majority in Thursday's election and warns of the "danger" of a Labour minority supported by the SNP.
Artist Sarah Lucas says there is nothing "particularly offensive or rude" about her provocative show at the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
A statue of Blackpool legend Stan Mortensen removed without explanation from outside the club's stadium is returned.
Britain's love of fish and chips is so great that a play has been written about it.
German police arrest four people suspected of plotting to attack Muslims and asylum seekers.
Discount store Poundland has invited the competition authorities to move to a full review of its proposed tie-up with rival 99p Stores.
SpaceX is set to conduct an unmanned test of the launch escape system it will use on its Dragon astronaut capsule.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness blames dissident republicans for attacking cars belonging to two Sinn Fein councillors in Londonderry.
Geoffrey Boycott says his former county Yorkshire would beat England and has called captain Alastair Cook "disrespectful".
Police investigating takeovers at Rangers search the headquarters of Mike Ashley's Sports Direct company in Derbyshire.
German carmaker BMW speeds past quarterly earnings expectations, thanks to strong SUV sales.
The Who are revealed as Glastonbury Festival's Sunday night headliner, joining Foo Fighters and Kanye West at the top of the bill.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings plane which crashed in the French Alps may have practised a rapid descent on a previous flight, Bild newspaper says.
A left-leaning party wins a surprise victory in Alberta, one of Canada's most conservative provinces.
One of the main routes out of Cardiff is closed after a tanker overturned following a crash with two cars.
Supermarket group Sainsbury's reports a full-year loss of £72m, after writing down the value of its stores.
Four men are sentenced to death in Afghanistan over the mob killing of a woman falsely accused of burning the Koran.
Next month it will become illegal to pay for sex in Northern Ireland, a law some think should be implemented across the UK. Here are two viewpoints from different sides of the debate.
The ex-soap star who became an award-winning playwright