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Several political parties will have launched their election manifestos by the end of the week, but what do voters hope to see included?
Labour is to "guarantee" that every policy will be "fully funded" and require no "additional borrowing", at its election manifesto launch on Monday.
MOTD2 pundit Phil Neville expands on his TV analysis of what went wrong for Manchester City in their 4-2 defeat at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Dame Angela Lansbury wins her first Olivier Award after a 40-year absence from the London stage, as Kinks musical Sunny Afternoon picks up the most awards.
One of nine Britons held in Turkey on suspicion of trying to enter Syria illegally is on his way back to the UK after being deported.
Kevin Pietersen says he has been given a lifeline after beginning his bid for an England recall by making 170 for Surrey.
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has formally declared her run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
Hillary Clinton's second presidential bid marks the latest chapter in a unique political career and the BBC takes a look back at how it all started.
Manuel Pellegrini takes responsibility for Manchester City's slump in form but refuses to discuss his long-term future.
Viv Nicholson, who became famous overnight when she said she would "spend, spend, spend" a £152,000 Pools win in 1961, has died aged 79.
US rockers All Time Low's top the UK album chart for the first time, as Jess Glynne denies Nick Jonas a number one single in her third week at the top.
Christian Horner says Red Bull's F1 "quit" threat was made to encourage engine provider Renault to raise its performance.
Paris-Roubaix competitors are seconds from being hit by a train as they race over a rail crossing as a TGV approaches.
Manchester United move back to within a point of second-placed Arsenal with a crushing victory over neighbours City.
A woman from Cardiff is missing after a boating incident in Laos in Asia.
More than 50 university Boat Race spectators are rescued by the RNLI after the tide traps them.
Twelve people have been killed in separate bomb attacks in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, security forces say.
Holders Arsenal are knocked out of the FA Women’s Cup by London rivals Chelsea, who maintain their 100% start to 2015.
Divisions emerge in the leadership of German car giant Volkswagen after chairman Ferdinand Piech gives an interview criticising chief executive Martin Winterkorn.
An Exeter restaurant closes again, two days reopening following an outbreak of norovirus.