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The BBC's political correspondent Chris Mason looks back at the election campaign and how voters made sure their voices were heard.
A guide to general election night and how to follow the results and reaction on the BBC.
Our own choices stop us from reading ideologically challenging content more than Facebook's algorithms, according to a study by the company's own researchers.
Andy Murray beats Marcel Granollers 6-2 6-0 to win his second match in a day, and reach the Madrid Masters last eight.
Rory McIlroy hits a three-under 69 to outscore playing partner Jordan Spieth by six on day one at the Players Championship.
BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson takes on heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson with his Premier League predictions.
The Royal Navy makes its first intervention of 2015 in migrant crisis, pulling 110 migrants from a dinghy which was about to sink off the coast of Libya.
Greece is rehiring some 4,000 public sector workers, including cleaning ladies, despite its tough aid talks with international creditors.
The US military is training a small group of Syrian rebels in an effort to build a force confronting the Islamic State, the Pentagon says.
Could the wife of the Greek finance minister really be the subject of the Pulp song Common People?
Al-Qaeda in Yemen says a US air strike has killed Nasser al-Ansi, a militant who claimed January's attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
A man alleged to have illegally flown a camera drone over packed football stadiums and London tourist attractions appears in court.
Wales and Keighley player Danny Jones died from a cardiac arrest triggered by hereditary heart disease, a post-mortem reveals.
Delays at the European Court of Justice are so bad the court is now being sued by some of those firms kept waiting, including the boss of the Rubik's brand.
Lewis Hamilton on driving the 1950s Silver Arrows with Stirling Moss, filming the new Zoolander movie & his hopes for Spain.
US and Italian agents dismantle a cocaine trafficking network run from a New York pizzeria, making several arrests.
James Taylor says the England one-day team must make a "fresh start" when they meet Ireland on Friday.
Fernando Alonso is not concerned about returning to the circuit where he crashed in pre-season and suffered concussion.
Does sporting ability depend on our genetic make-up? Gabby Logan and her family had DNA tests to find out for a BBC programme.