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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he had to sign Memphis Depay early to prevent the winger joining PSG.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has resigned as Labour leader following his party's defeat in the general election.
Bright students are more likely to win a place at Oxbridge to study languages than in recent years, analysis suggests.
The day after the night before
The Ulster Unionists were the only party in Northern Ireland to make gains in the general election in Northern Ireland.
A man whose penis was severed during an attack on Teesside is found dead.
Nick Clegg has resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats after his party was reduced from 57 to eight MPs in the general election.
Cookery show The Taste, featuring Nigella Lawson, is axed by TV network ABC after a ratings slump, while Marvel's Agents of Shield gets a third series.
Jim Murphy promises to fight on as Scottish Labour leader after his party was routed by the SNP amid a historic landslide general election victory,
Nigel Farage has confirmed he will be stepping down as UKIP leader after failing to win Thanet South from the Conservatives.
Hackers put images of child abuse on the website of the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria - one of the Nazis' most notorious murder sites.
The UK trade deficit narrowed to £2.8bn in March from £3.3bn in February, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
The UKIP leader Nigel Farage fails to win a seat in Thanet South, but says despite not winning, "a weight has been lifted from his shoulders"
Channel 4's Alternative Election Night, hosted by David Mitchell and Jeremy Paxman, beats ITV in the ratings, while BBC One's coverage dominates early overnight ratings.
More details about how Amazon's proposed delivery drones will work have been published by the US Patent Office.
As the political map of the UK changes colour, one man has made it his mission to cross-stitch the election.
A summary of analysis from BBC correspondents to the results of the general election, and their implications.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers expects Daniel Sturridge to resume training in September after a hip operation.
Nico Rosberg beats Lewis Hamilton in Spanish Grand Prix first practice, as Susie Wolff drives for Williams.
A mother launches a legal battle for access to her dead daughter's frozen eggs, so she can carry her own grandchild.