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A man believed to be in his 40s is found murdered in a field near a block of flats in Coventry.
Hundreds are expected at a rally in Cardiff ahead of planned strike action over school changes in the autumn.
A £50,000 sports car in police livery is being used by officers in Devon and Cornwall to raise road safety awareness.
The English rituals that mark the changing seasons
An emergency aid scheme for farmers facing difficulties with fodder shortages has come into will come into effect from midnight on Saturday.
The museum team protecting seven million objects
Holders face in-form Giants in Challenge Cup quarter-finals
The widow of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko calls for the inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
Nicola Cortese is to remain as Southampton chairman after resolving differences with the trust that owns the club.
Remarks about Tory 'loons' dominate
Should we all be more psychopathic at work?
Some Marks and Spencer customers say its contactless payment terminals have taken cash from cards other than the ones intended for payment.
Some people are "put off" making important calls because of confusion over the amount they will be charged, according to the telecoms regulator.
How posters can persuade the public
How the US version of The Office reflects on America - and the UK
What do ex-convicts' books reveal about life inside?
Readers have been sharing their favourite euphemisms. Today we publish those known only to a family, or to a circle of friends or colleagues.
Angelina Jolie had a mastectomy after being told there was an 87% chance she would develop breast cancer. How high is the risk for other women?
World Whisky Day, which was created by a University of Aberdeen student last year, returns for a second time.
Highland Council plans to pilot an annual flu vaccination for schoolchildren before rolling it out for all P1 to S5 pupils.