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UKIP unveils its 2015 General Election manifesto.
Sir Bradley Wiggins will make his attempt on the world hour record at London's Olympic velodrome on Sunday 7 June.
Paul Almond, the Canadian director who started the groundbreaking Seven Up! documentary series about a group of British children, has died aged 83.
Digital music revenues matched physical sales for the first time in 2014, says the music industry body IFPI.
The UN says not enough is being done to save the lives of migrants in the Mediterranean, with 400 feared drowned after their boat capsized.
Unbeaten world champion Floyd Mayweather says he will fight just one more time after next month's clash with Manny Pacquiao.
A father admits killing his 13-year-old son at a house in Cumbria.
Northern Ireland's police watchdog is carrying out a major investigation into claims that British security forces failed to stop a number of IRA murders during the Troubles.
The company which announced a "significant" oil find near Gatwick airport last week now says its tests were not "sufficient to comment" on the potential size of the whole field.
Wimbledon semi-finalist Milos Raonic and teenager Nick Kyrgios make their Aegon Championships debuts at Queen's Club in June.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg is unveiling the Party's 2015 General Election manifesto.
Voters in a marginal seat are sent duplicate polling cards, raising the potential for electoral fraud at the general election.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences in Birmingham, police say.
British troops liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in northern Germany 70 years ago. Graham Satchell has been speaking to one of the survivors.
Firefighters are called to the set of Coronation Street after reports of an explosion and flames, only to find it was special effects during filming.
Maaxi, Uber, Splyt, Hailo - is the competition in the taxi app market really improving consumers' lives?
Manor’s new English driver Will Stevens has bought his way into F1 but Andrew Benson says critics are unfair and he has the talent to prosper.
150 years on and Alice in Wonderland continues to inspire. Tim Muffett meets a new theatrical production celebrating the book.
Scientists have uncovered a vital new insight into the nature of dark matter.
Quentin Sommerville reports from the quay in Misrata, as the Libyan coastguard seizes a boatload of migrants bound for Europe.