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Labour's use of a pink minibus to launch a campaign aimed at encouraging women to vote, has provoked mixed reaction.
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis is pranked by a Northern Ireland footballer impersonating Bolton Wanderers boss Neil Lennon.
A 21-year-old woman who denies two death by dangerous driving charges after hitting an elderly couple says she could not have avoided the impact.
The HMRC tax evasion investigation is widened and will now look at money laundering
EastEnders actress Linda Henry hurled racist abuse at a community warden and shouted "do you know who I am?", after being reprimanded for dropping a cigarette butt, a court hears.
Google begins providing doctor-checked medical guidance - including illustrations and possible treatments - to relevant search results.
A paramedic is sentenced over the death of a man who collapsed outside the A&E department at Walsall's Manor Hospital.
One of Uganda's top universities launches an investigation into allegations that fake degrees were awarded to students.
Andy Murray defeats Nicolas Mahut in straight sets in the first round of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Air strikes carried out by Syria's air force have killed almost 200 people in the past 10 days, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
From October, drivers in England will be banned from smoking in their car if they are carrying children as passengers.
England batsman Joe Root backs captain Eoin Morgan to find his best form in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
MPs take evidence on the performance of directorates responsible for immigration checks and management.
Two men are charged following the seizure of cocaine worth around £1m.
The US presidential hopeful released a cache of emails from his time as Florida's governor in the interests of transparency. But they included personal details in plain text.
The judge leading the inquiry into historical child sex abuse in England and Wales says she has no links to any person or institution which it might scrutinise.
Samsung is investigating why some of its smart TVs are repeatedly showing a silent Pepsi ad to users of third-party apps.
The Africa Cup of Nations winners will be given houses and cash by Ivory Coast's government.
Egypt's top appeals court overturns death sentences given to 36 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, including its spiritual leader Mohammad Badie.
The European Space Agency (Esa) successfully launches its unmanned mini "spaceplane" demonstrator, the IXV spaceplane.