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Olly Murs and Caroline Flack are confirmed as the new presenters of The X Factor
The Conservative Party's William Hague says the possibility of a combination of any of the opposition parties would lead to a "coalition of chaos".
The leaders of Labour, SNP, UKIP, Greens and Plaid Cymru take part in a pre-election debate.
Gary Ballance's century and a stunning Chris Jordan catch set up England's bid for victory over West Indies in Antigua.
Louis Smith qualifies top for the European pommel final in his first GB appearance for Britain since London 2012.
Photographer captures Singapore in transit
An auction of part of the model railway collection owned by record producer Pete Waterman raises more than £600,000.
The disabled boy struggling to find a role with the people of the sea
Wikileaks has published hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last year.
Why China's separatists are now unwelcome in Central Asia
This was a debate unlike any we've ever seen. I can't believe there will ever be another like it.
As the issue of the NHS comes up during an election debate, party leaders clash amid accusations, resorting to shouting over each other.
Ed Miliband seeks to distance himself from the SNP during a heated exchange at the BBC's election debate.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor wins her second title of the British Championships with victory in the 200m individual medley.
Leader of the Greens Natalie Bennett says houses should be treated as "homes, rather than financial assets".
An Ohio man who travelled to Syria to fight with al Nusrah Front has been charged over alleged plans to carry out a terror attack in the US.
England full-back Sam Tomkins will be back at Wigan for the 2016 season after agreeing to leave New Zealand Warriors.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has accused those attending the BBC's election debate of being a "left-wing audience" before suggesting "the real audience are sitting at home".
Plaid Cymru will tackle the deficit but "not at any cost", the party's leader Leanne Wood says.
The Vatican ends a six-year row with a group of American nuns it had branded "radical feminists" who were undermining Church teaching.