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Steven Gerrard's exit from Liverpool will not be permanent, according to manager Brendan Rodgers.
A Grayson Perry designed house in Essex is causing a stir among art critics. BBC Arts Correspondent Will Gompertz went to see why.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage challenges his critics to decide whether to remain in the party, as a bitter internal row continues.
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna withdraws from the Labour leadership race, citing the uncomfortable pressure of extra scrutiny on his life.
The life of legendary blues guitarist BB King
Nigel Farage has called on "two or three people to make their minds up" about whether "their futures are with UKIP".
Fashion retailer New Look has been bought by a South African billionaire in a deal worth almost £800m.
The Channel Tunnel is running a reduced service after being shut earlier when a freight train came to a halt inside.
The live final of Germany's Next Topmodel is taken off air and thousands of spectators are evacuated following a bomb scare at the arena.
Figures show interest in becoming a London taxi driver is falling and Uber is being blamed.
Police are treating the death of a woman whose body was found at a house in Linwood, Renfrewshire, as suspicious.
A 92-year-old woman found dead in the Avon Gorge last week had been plagued by phone calls and requests for donations from charities, her friend says.
Britain's Mark Cavendish sprints to a third stage win on a rain-soaked fifth leg of the Tour of California.
A third man is arrested over alleged death threats against the Oldham Athletic Football Club manager.
A mother and her twin daughters who were found dead at a house were strangled, a post-mortem examination finds.
Four River Plate players are taken to hospital after being sprayed with an irritant by Boca Juniors fans in the Copa Libertadores.
A massive eel caught by fishermen off the coast of Devon narrowly misses the British record.
Scientists say they can figure out if someone has been taking drugs by analysing their fingerprint.
You sign up to a stem cell or bone marrow register. You forget about it. Then years later you get a phone call.
David Cameron is to meet SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon to discuss powers for the Scottish Parliament.