A man accused of beating a pensioner to death with a marble rolling pin tells a court he was "set up" by police.
For most toddlers bath time is a regular ritual, but for Noah Yaxley it almost proved fatal.
Hampshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes says he has asked the Home Secretary to change the name of the force to include the Isle of Wight.
An iron cannon is unearthed during dredging work on Portsmouth Harbour.
Landowners react angrily to plans to force them to sell up to allow work to start on a new 6,000-house town.
An inquisitive dog has to be rescued with the help of a tractor after getting stuck underneath a large stack of logs.
Lord Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, which lies in Portsmouth, is to undergo renovations using timber donated by three estates in Aberdeenshire.
Taxpayers could end up out of pocket because not enough companies want to bid to run rail franchises, a group of MPs warn.
A gynaecologist hanged himself after being accused of having an affair with a married midwife, a coroner's court hears.
A museum says it has held "positive" talks about saving one of two remaining cross-Channel hovercraft, which are under threat of being scrapped.
A member of Winston Churchill's personal flight crew during World War Two has died aged 97.
Councils fight for government grants
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Swansea City and Southampton.
Portsmouth manager Paul Cook admits he is still to win over a proportion of the club's supporters.
On-loan Eastleigh striker Matt Tubbs says his long-term omission at parent club Portsmouth has surprised him.
Great Britain gymnast Kelly Simm says a recent team training camp in Rio has been invaluable ahead of the Olympics.
National League side Aldershot sign Newport winger Nathan Ralph on loan until the end of the season.
Phil Taylor and Michael van Gerwen bounce back from week one defeats to record their first Premier League wins of 2016.
Saturday's National League game between Eastleigh and Barrow is postponed after failing a pitch inspection.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman hopes striker Jay Rodriguez can return to first-team training within a fortnight.
Uncapped Liam Dawson is named in England's World T20 squad despite coach Trevor Bayliss never having watched him play.
Eastleigh manager Chris Todd labels his side's defending "shocking" after their defeat at Kidderminster.
Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill call for restored Christian unity between the two churches at historic talks in Cuba.
Rebel groups in Syria tell the BBC they will not stop fighting, casting doubt on an accord by world powers to bring about a cessation of hostilities.
More than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution, according to new research.
Hollywood actor Bill Murray offers to reimburse drinkers after allegedly throwing their mobile phones from a rooftop bar after they tried to take photos.
The new opposition-controlled National Assembly in Venezuela plans to speed up moves to oust the government of Nicolas Maduro as economic woes deepen.
Former Fifa secretary-general Jerome Valcke is banned from all football-related activity for 12 years.
US scientists have modelled how a 1930s-like "dustbowl" drought might impact American agriculture today, and found it to be just as damaging.
International judges in the case of Kenyan Vice-President William Ruto disallow the use of recanted witness statements.
Five United Nations peacekeepers are killed in a mortar attack by Ansar Dine jihadists on one of their bases in northern Mali, officials say.
A Spanish civil servant is fined after not going to work for at least six years, which was only noticed when he became eligible for a long service award.
The southern state of Goa proposes reclassifying the peacock, India's national bird, as vermin.
Kim Kardashian's chart-topping Kimoji web icons are facing new competition from a set of emojis mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
The Zika virus has moved north to Colombia where it is being linked by some doctors to cases of paralysis.
Doubts mount over international agreement to cease some of the hostilities in Syria.
Thousands of refugees are fleeing the conflict in Aleppo after a recent surge in the military operations by the government backed by Russian airstrikes
Pope Francis is in Mexico for a week-long trip.
A Japanese MP who sparked a national debate about paternity leave has quit after admitting to having an affair as his wife was due to give birth
Activists in Nigeria say they will continue their campaign to secure the safety of more than 200 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by the militant Islamist group, Boko Haram.
Video has emerged showing the dramatic rescue of a woman and her child after her car went into a canal in Amsterdam.
Two hundred thousand troops will be deployed on the streets of Brazil in a bid to contain the Zika virus.
Dylan Klebold's mother breaks years of silence
The blind boy who learned to find his way around using echoes
Why tourists have stopped visiting a beautiful Italian island
Is Google finding it difficult to stick to its principles?
The story told by rare photos of the 1916 Easter Rising
Colombia's experience of the Zika virus
The pop star's journey to 'Black Lives Matter,' in 60 seconds
Horses can tell when you're angry, and more news nuggets
Joe Root's 109 is in vain as Chris Morris hits 62 to help South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the ODI series 2-2.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he would be "disappointed" if the club have held talks with Jose Mourinho.
An umpire who was suspended as part of a betting investigation worked at last year's US Open.
Newcastle Falcons move off the bottom of the Premiership table with victory over a below-par Leicester Tigers.
Wigan Warriors continue their 100% start to the season with victory against a dogged Huddersfield Giants.
Sung Kang of South Korea cards an 11-under round of 60 to lead the Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the halfway stage.
Aled Thomas kicks a late Scarlets penalty to deny Edinburgh after the visitors fought back from 19-6 down in the Pro12 in Llanelli.
British cyclo-cross star Evie Richards says a six-month ban would be too short for mechanical doper Femke Van den Driessche.
Ulster recover from a poor start against Glasgow at Kingspan Stadium with Callum Black's try putting them top of the Pro12 table.
Arsene Wenger asks fans of Arsenal and visiting club Leicester to cancel planned in-game protests during Sunday's match.
Former Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson "abused his revered position in society" when he had sexual contact with a 15-year-old fan, a jury has heard.
Barcelona's Luis Suarez wants to be remembered for his football achievements, not his bans for controversial incidents.
David Denton says Scotland's players are determined to repay the faith shown to them by coach Vern Cotter when they meet Wales.
Claudio Ranieri says Leicester City's unexpected title challenge is "a dream that nobody please wake us up from".
Australia beat Great Britain 4-3 in the first of a six-match series ahead of the Champions Trophy and Olympic Games.
Britain's Mark Cavendish wins the Tour of Qatar for the second time after finishing second in the final stage.
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Premier League managers including Jurgen Klopp, Guus Hiddink and Arsene Wenger have had their say on the ongoing ticket prices debate.
We recall the moment Paul Thorburn became a national hero with the longest international place kick to help Wales beat Scotland.
BBC sports editor Dan Roan is told by unnamed athletes that doping is commonplace in Kenya.
BBC Sport looks back on some key moments ahead of the FA Cup fifth round, which starts on Friday 19 February.
Premier League side West Brom scrape past League One Peterborough 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw to win their FA Cup fourth-round replay at London Road.
Watch the whole penalty shootout as Ben Foster saves two for West Brom to help the Premier League side move into the FA Cup fifth round beating Peterborough at London Road.
The Detroit Pistons' Andre Drummond nets the NBA's longest shot in nine years during their match against the Toronto Raptors.
Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez is in awe of a special shoelace trick from MOTD Kickabout's football freestyler John Farnworth.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he has given Christian Benteke "some advice as a human being and a coach" with the striker having failed to score in 11 games.
Bespoke visit the Team Sky Mallorcan training camp to get a taste of what it's like and find out how Chris Froome is feeling about 2016.
BBC East Midlands Today looks at Leicester City's rise from big-spending Championship also-rans to Premier League leaders.
If you only have one leg, football isn't perhaps the most obvious choice but, as Willie Johnston found out, an amputee version of the game does exist, and it is about to come to Scotland.
Ski Sunday follows some of the world's best freeriders as they use a motorised paramotor to attempt an "unbelievable" mountain drop.
Real Madrid's former Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric talks to Football Focus about his life in Spain and whether Spurs can win the Premier League title.
Watch highlights of Great Britain's 6-5 win against the Netherlands in the opening qualifying game for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
England pace bowler Katherine Brunt says the result of Friday's second ODI against South Africa is more important than the chance for her to take her 100th wicket.
Blue Peter's Lindsey and Radzi accept the #ChuckyEggChallenge.
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Deadpool star Ed Skrein for his weekly Premier League predictions.
One-time US athlete Suzy Favor Hamilton on how her mental health battle led her from the Olympics to life as an escort.
MOTD pundit Danny Murphy on why the Premier League leaders' seemingly simple tactics work and how rivals can counter them.
It's BBC Sport's weekly quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world of sport in the past seven days?
As Coventry pays tribute to former Sky Blues manager Jimmy Hill, fans and family recall his contribution to the club and city.
About 1100 athletes from 70 countries are getting ready to compete in the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
This week's sport on the BBC, including action from the Six Nations, Premier League and the Super League.
How much more are fans paying now in the Premier League compared to five years ago?
Kenya misses a deadline to prove to the World Anti-Doping Agency it is tackling cheating in athletics.
Former British and Commonwealth super-featherweight champion Kevin Mitchell retires.
Former Test umpire Asad Rauf has been banned for five years after being found guilty of corruption charges.
David Millar, who served a two-year doping ban, is mentoring Britain's academy riders, says British Cycling.
Sam Ingram leads a four-strong Great Britain judo team for the Rio Paralympics from 7-18 September.
Mauricio Pochettino wants his Spurs team to "play like lions" in Sunday's key Premier League game at Manchester City.
Ferrari last won the drivers' title in 2007 and president Sergio Marchionne says it would be "a tragedy" if they went a decade without a championship.
Justin Rose partners Justin Timberlake and finishes among the leaders on day one of the celebrity pro-am at Pebble Beach.
Sandy Thomson explains how he is unfazed by the big names of Cheltenham, and why his horse carries the expectation of a nation.
Great Britain gymnast Kelly Simm says a recent team training camp in Rio has been invaluable ahead of the Olympics.
Super League side Wakefield Wildcats are fined £20,000, half of which is suspended, after racist chanting by fans last season.
Jamie Roberts says the pressure Wales are under going into Saturday's Six Nations meeting with Scotland can inspire them.
Kyren Wilson says his record-breaking feat in the China Open qualifiers was the ideal response to his German Open heartache.
Team GB can win 79 medals at Rio 2016 and be the first nation to increase its medal count after being hosts, says UK Sport.
An independent review panel will take at least a year to investigate allegations of corruption in tennis.
Great Britain begin their attempt to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics with a 6-5 win over Netherlands in pre-qualifying.
New Derby County head coach Darren Wassall says he would be a "fool" not to want the job on a long-term basis.
Celtic's sale of Virgil van Dijk contributes to a pre-tax profit in their interim results but the club predict a dip in revenue.
Shaun Edwards says Wales and Six Nations opponents Scotland were "one refereeing decision away" from the World Cup semi-finals.
Former Linfield players Mark McAllister and Philip Lowry score as Portadown beat the second-placed Blues 2-1.
The BBC's Scotland editor Sarah Smith is granted rare access onboard one of Britain's Trident nuclear submarines.
A baby boy who died of sepsis fell victim to a sequence of healthcare failures in the short time he lived, a coroner has found.
A North Yorkshire town split in two by the Christmas floods has finally been reunited by a footbridge.
Despite being blind from birth, Rachel Starritt recently took centre stage in a festival on Beethoven's music.
Mother of two, Lorraine Ward, has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme how a faulty tumble dryer started a fire in her home.
Teaching unions have said baseline assessment tests are unreliable and unfair
A British woman who used an illegal route to return to the UK while on parole in Peru says five other women have followed the same method.
Four members of a Paramusical Ensemble, who are unable to talk or move, are using ground-breaking technology to create music with the power of their minds.
What will you be doing for Valentine's Day?
Four women from North Yorkshire rowing across the Atlantic miss finish target but continue with epic journey.
Google's UK head, Matt Brittin, is asked about his salary as he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee.
The full line-up of presenters set to front the new series of Top Gear has been announced.
Liverpool's owners have got rid of plans to charge £77 for tickets.
Official assessments of four-year-olds in England are unreliable and disrupt the early days of school when children should be settling in, a report says.
Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables under plans announced on Friday.
BBC's Allan Little considers how Britain's trading history with its European neighbours has shaped what has proved a controversial political relationship.
A group of 36 young people are taking part in an ecclesiastical experiment; since September 2015 they have been living together as part of a quasi-monastic community.
A chocolate Labrador is helping pupils to hone their reading skills at a primary school in Somerset.
Two brothers who swapped oil and gas for a life as rum distillers say they want to put Scotland on the global rum map.
A dog that went missing in Rothwell last year has been found more than 130 miles (210km) away in Bristol.
A new exhibition looks at how the women of the Royal Family dress in keeping with their royal duties and with current fashion.
Hannah is one of the few dance teachers in the UK with a learning disability
Christian Fraser examines the options open to junior doctors who are striking over pay and conditions.
The London flat lived in by Jimi Hendrix in the 1960s has been restored.
MPs claim victory at Westminster's annual Parliamentary pancake race around Victoria Gardens, just outside the Houses of Parliament.
A "ballet of the skies" is how one expert described this murmuration of 70,000 starlings in Oxfordshire.
Duncan Kennedy reports from Barton on Sea, near Bournemouth, where strong winds from Storm Imogen make it hard to stand up.
A woman with dyslexia who won a claim for disability discrimination against her employer Starbucks explains how she felt when she was accused of fraud.
Rowland and Marie Taylor say they lost £50,000 after the possibility of fracking in Lancashire devalued their home.
A Leicester fan who backed his team at 5,000-1 is on course to pocket £25,000. BBC Sport looks at other things with the same odds...
A look at why the UK and US have a strong intelligence relationship.
A double-decker bus explodes on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie.
A record number of people have had cosmetic surgery last year with more than fifty thousand people going under the knife in Britain.
Flying Scotsman, one of the world's most famous locomotives, has returned to the West Coast Main Line.
Jeremy Hunt acknowledged junior doctors' low morale but told Andrew Marr that the BMA was to blame for their concerns over contracts
Shrovetide football is once again returning to the streets of Ashbourne in Derbyshire, but what's it all about?
BBC News meets a photographer who specialises in taking pre-wedding photos of Chinese couples in London, a growing trend.
Finsbury Park mosque opens to visitors as part of the nation-wide Visit My Mosque Day.
David Cameron has called for a review into the treatment of pregnant women in prison in England and Wales.
Customers had to walk through water to leave a Blaenau Gwent sports centre after heavy rain collapsed the ceiling and they were evacuated.
Heavy rain and strong winds prevail over the weekend, will the stormy conditions continue through the coming week?
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says Leicester City played better than his side and insists he has "no complaints" after the Foxes' 3-1 victory at Etihad Stadium.
An album made by a Scottish Christian rock band is being re-released more than 40 years after it was recorded in a garage in Paisley.
Caroline Wyatt reports on the Muslim Council of Britain's initiative to open the doors to British mosques
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt told the BBC's Andrew Marr why the NHS needs to go paperless
The first high street shop in the UK to sell gold bars has opened in central London.
A 155-year-old Victorian mouse trap on display at a museum springs into action once again to claim its latest victim.
Peter Gibbs speaks to BBC News live from the Antarctic, and gives a tour of the British Antarctic research station, Halley
The government has launched its latest attempt to improve the use of technology in the NHS in England.
Marine experts say any new coastal conservation areas must be managed properly, to protect sea birds and harbour porpoises.
Photographer Brock Elbank is on a mission to photograph as many freckled people as possible.
BBC Weather's John Hammond talks to BBC News about Storm Imogen, after it battered parts of England and Wales and brought widespread disruption.
February marks the start of year-long celebrations of the life and work of England's greatest gardener, Lancelot "Capability" Brown.
News footage of the original cast of Dad's Army being interviewed has been unearthed.
Mercy mission to save stranded horses
Armed police board a train at Gillingham station following the suspicious death of a woman in west Kent.
As figures show suicide as one of the biggest killers in the UK, Ed Thomas speaks to human rights barrister Michael Mansfield, whose daughter Anna took her own life in 2015.
Rebecca Gibson's husband took his own life in October 2014. She told the BBC what happened.
The first rocket launched into space from UK soil is fired from a missile range in the Western Isles.
You might struggle to find your favourite biscuits on the shelves, as the factory that makes custard creams and ginger nuts struggles to recover after floods.
The strength of Storm Henry's gusts were enough to force a waterfall on the Isle of Mull to be blown back on itself.
In the 1970s, Iceland and Great Britain were locked in a long struggle over fishing rights
The stars of the new Dad's Army film, Toby Jones and Catherine Zeta Jones, talk about how they grew up watching the show on TV.
Storm Henry closes in over Glasgow's River Clyde as it brings strong winds across much of the country.
The father of Private Cheryl James, 18, who was found with a bullet wound to her head at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey in 1995, speaks to the BBC about his hopes for the new inquest.
BBC Sport takes a look at some of the things football fans get up to on transfer deadline day.
David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk are set for a "crucial" day of talks about the UK's renegotiated membership of the EU.
Police in Tanzania arrest suspects after a British helicopter pilot was shot down tracking elephant poachers
Many women in their 50s say they are being hit hard by changes to the rules on state pensions, with some claiming they are having to put their plans for retirement on hold.
In 2008, at his last Eurovision final, Sir Terry provided some of his legendary barbed critique for the presenter of the Swedish results.
Fans of Terry Wogan's Radio 2 breakfast show reflect on how the programme brought them together.
Heavily pregnant beavers, or ones which have recently given birth, have been shot by landowners in some parts of Scotland, leading to calls for the animals to be given legal protection.
Between 1982 and 1992 Sir Terry Wogan hosted a chat show that was eventually broadcast on three evenings a week, here are some famous highlights.
Four British women have entered the record books for becoming the fastest all-female team to row across the Atlantic.
In 2011 the Would I Lie to You? panel tried to decide if Terry Wogan had set fire to his colleague's scripts.
Kid's Company chief executive Camila Batmanghelidjh in 2015 talking about how she hopes to use £3m provided by the government.
Work is under way on the Queensferry Crossing, the new bridge over the Firth of Forth, which is expected to be completed next year.
Lincolnshire County Council's computer systems have been closed for four days after being hit by computer malware demanding a £1m ransom.
Researchers in the UK hope that a phone app could help monitor the progress of patients with Parkinson's disease.
A seagull takes on Storm Gertrude off the coast of Ayrshire and soon gives in to the might of the gale force winds.
A consumer blogger travels home from Sheffield to Essex via Berlin, after discovering it was cheaper than the direct train.
A mother and two sons have rescued three small cinemas. What drives this family passion for film?
The last Land Rover Defender has rolled off the production line in Solihull, ending 67 years of the popular 4x4 being made.
A mother has been found guilty of taking her toddler son to Syria to join so-called Islamic State.
There has been a surge in the numbers of people going to accident and emergency units in England over the winter.
Several trees at the Dark Hedges in County Antrim, made famous by the HBO series Game of Thrones, are uprooted following strong winds caused by Storm Gertrude.
Britain's Gordon Reid wins his first ever Grand Slam title, beating Joachim Gerard 7-6 (9-7) 6-4 in the men's wheelchair final at the Australian Open.
The Royal Navy's fleet of Type 45 destroyers keep breaking down because of a flaw in their propulsion system and will require a multi-million pound refit
Labour MP Jess Phillips has warned that the UK must not be complacent about the treatment of women in its own cities following the New Year's Eve assaults in Cologne.
Two famous hovercraft - The Princess Margaret and Princess Anne Hoverspeed vessels - are set to be destroyed in Hampshire.
The BBC's Christian Fraser explains how the UK is trying to delay paying new migrants in-work benefits
A new exhibition in London features a largely unpublished series of photographs of the Sex Pistols taken for French magazine Actuel six months after the punk band had broken up.
Six former City brokers who have been cleared of helping to rig the Libor lending rate say they were made scapegoats for the scandal.
The carcasses of three sperm whales washed up on the Lincolnshire coast have been taken to landfill sites - but could they have been used for anything else?
It is more than a month since the director of the government's intelligence service, GCHQ, came up with a rather tricky set of questions for the public as a bit of Christmas fun.
Diabetic Sue York tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme how her needle phobia led to her becoming a recipient of a donor pancreas.
Brian Blessed explains his love of the Peak District and tests the acoustic of a former railway tunnel.
Two amateur sailors attempting to sail from Norway to the US call on rescue services for the ninth time in seven months.
Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh describes how she "burst into tears" when police told her allegations of physical and sexual abuse at the charity were "entirely unfounded".
The family of boy who asked Father Christmas for a Subbuteo game shortly before he died in 1967 has been presented with a special edition set.
The UK is to accept an unspecified number of unaccompanied child refugees from Syria and other conflict zones, the government confirms.
A consumer blogger travels home from Sheffield to Essex via Berlin, after discovering it was cheaper than the direct train.
After a head teacher in Darlington, England, asked parents to stop wearing pyjamas on the school run, BBC News looks at where people wear their night clothes.
NHS patients in Wales wait longer for treatment and diagnosis than patients in England for most of the main categories, BBC Wales can reveal.
The carcasses of three sperm whales washed up on the east coast are being taken to landfill sites.
Farmer attempts to bring back rare bird
Two severe flood warnings are in force for Hawick and Jedburgh after rivers in both towns burst their banks.
Beryl Casey has devoted 20 years to caring for hundreds of hedgehogs at her home in Portishead.
The daughter of Ernst Bornstein speaks about her "hero" father, who spent four years in seven different forced labour camps.
Three dead sperm whales that became stranded on the Lincolnshire coast have been removed from the beach.
State pension age changes could mean thousands of women may have to wait longer before receiving payments.
A woman with breast cancer said she had "no regrets" over delaying chemotherapy in order to give her unborn baby the best chance, even though her daughter only lived a short time after being delivered prematurely.
Hundreds of people have come forward claiming to have won a £33m Lottery jackpot.
Two dead sperm whales which washed up on a beach near Skegness are to be moved.
An interactive smartphone app has been launched which reveals the secret history of World War Two.
The mother of William Mead describes the moment she reached into his cot and discovered he was dead when she "touched his arm and he was cold".
A children's book which judges said would grip readers of all ages is named Costa Book of the Year.
'Lucy' was just seven years old when she started being abused. She spoke to the BBC's Angus Crawford about the difficulties she had getting help.
Police in Brighton have released CCTV footage of a hit and run in a bid to trace the driver and witnesses.
The film version of Dad's Army has premiered in London.
Ministers say they want to charge councils or utility companies if they leave roadworks in place over weekends without working on them.
A Jewish survivor from the Holocaust meets a Muslim survivor from the Bosnian war.
The town of Bridlington is housing the set for the Dad's Army film that premieres in London on Tuesday evening.
Rory goes hands-on with some of the latest toys and potential best-sellers at an exhibition in London.
It has been more than 40 years since any new Beatrix Potter tales have been published. But that is about to change.
Chief executives explain how they've improved their public speaking.
Five sperm whales have washed up on beaches in Lincolnshire and Norfolk.
The latest artwork by Banksy artwork criticises the apparent use of teargas on migrants in the Calais "Jungle" camp.
Four British women have become the first all-female team and the first team of four to row the Pacific.
A new play by award-winning writer Jack Thorne tackles the difficult topic of stillbirth.
Part of the final audio message from Henry Worsley, who has died after suffering exhaustion and dehydration during an attempt to cross Antarctica unaided.
A BBC undercover report reveals the extent to which the so-called Islamic State use social media to encourage people to travel to Iraq and Syria.
The government is considering calls to take in thousands of unaccompanied refugee children who have made it into Europe, a Cabinet minister says.
Jamal Edwards, founder of the SBTV YouTube channel, offers the business advice he wishes he had had when he started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
Ryan, a builder from Edinburgh, travelled to the Jungle camp in Calais to help three months ago and ended up staying.
There are calls for an independent investigation into claims Scotland Yard and the Crown Prosecution Service tried to cover up evidence of corruption among some officers.
George Osborne welcomes an agreement for Google to pay £130m in UK back taxes, and dismisses complaints from Labour politicians about it.
Jeremy Corbyn visits a migrant camp in northern France and urges a pan-European approach to the migrant crisis.
A song composed by seven-year-old Gruff Crowther, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, is proving popular on social networks.
The National Lottery operator, Camelot, has said it will investigate a claim that a winning lottery ticket worth £33m was damaged in the wash.
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