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Scott Redding claims maiden Moto2 win with victory at the French Grand Prix in Le Mans to take the championship lead.
The outgoing Bank of England governor warns a government plan to boost the housing market with part-mortgage guarantees has no long-term place.
Police hunting a gang of teenagers, thought to be aged about 17, after a building society robbery in north-west London.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt defends the company's tax affairs after it comes in for strong criticism from MPs.
Three teenagers are arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs after a 16-year-old girl dies in Warrington.
Governments have long used newspapers, posters and leaflets to try and influence what people think, but a new exhibition is showing that there could be much more to it.
A guitar played by John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles in 1967 fetches $408,000 (£269,000) at auction in New York.
Cross-border views on badger culls versus vaccines
Two 19-year-old men are arrested following a collision between a suspected stolen motorcycle and a car in County Antrim, that has left a man seriously injured.
A man is killed in a crash between two cars on the westbound carriageway of the A689.
John Redwood MP has called for a 'new relationship' with Europe. He told Jeremy Vine that the British people should be able to vote on this new relationship.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he will write new rules to tackle corporate tax avoidance if he wins the next election, even without international agreement.
Bonnie Tyler reflects on taking the UK to 19th place out of 26 countries at the Eurovision Song Contest, which was won by Denmark's Emmelie de Forest.
A couple are using their life savings to turn a derelict south Wales valleys cinema and bingo hall into a community theatre.
The government faces further attacks from head teachers later as union leaders urge them to ditch the new curriculum.
Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones apologises to team-mate Glenn Whelan after smashing his car windscreen in a revenge act.
Outgoing governor of the Bank of England, Sir Mervyn King, says there is no place for the government's Help to Buy mortgage scheme in the long run.
Major changes to social services could result in extra costs for taxpayers, health service and local government leaders warn.
Papers focus on Conservative Party tensions
The Conservative leadership is "running scared" of its backbenchers on the issue of Europe, former Tory cabinet minister Lord Howe says.