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General Election 2017: Labour to rip up Tory Brexit plan
Labour would scrap Theresa May's plans and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU residents.
France elections: Le Pen steps aside as National Front leader
Marine Le Pen says she will be above "partisan considerations" as she seeks the French presidency.
Brexit university ‘brain drain’ warning
Academic staff from EU countries should be urgently guaranteed a right to stay, say MPs.
Serena Williams calls Ilie Nastase comments 'racist' and backs investigation
Serena Williams says Ilie Nastase's comments about her unborn child are "racist" and backs an International Tennis Federation investigation.
Elton John suffered 'deadly bacterial infection' on tour
He is recovering after falling violently ill on tour and spending two nights in intensive care.
Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s, study finds
The brain is fed with more oxygen and nutrients, boosting thinking and memory skills.
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales creates news service Wikitribune
Wikitribune will be written by professional journalists and edited by volunteers.
Newcastle United back in Premier League
Newcastle United secure an immediate return to the Premier League with a convincing home win over 10-man Preston.
Two-tier system hampers refugees in UK - MPs and peers
A cross-party group of MPs and peers calls for the creation of a new minister for refugees.
Huge robbery sparks gun battles in Paraguay and Brazil
Brazilian police clash with a gang blamed for "the robbery of the century" in neighbouring Paraguay.
North Korea nuclear: White House calls Senate to briefing
The unusual move comes amid rising tension over North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
The land that used to belong to so-called Islamic State
BBC gets rare access to north western Syria where so-called IS have been defeated.
Trump calls record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson
'Better you than me,' jokes US president as astronaut Peggy Whitson reveals drinking recycled urine.
The Papers: Job-obsessed students and 2bn euros bill
A call for graduates to take time off before work and fears Brexit talks could be hit by a customs fraud row are among Tuesday's headlines.
Donald Trump's first 100 days in 100 of his own words
The tale of Donald Trump's first three months as president - using 100 of his own words.
Can plastic roads help save the planet?
A start-up company is persuading local councils in the UK to turn local plastic waste into roads.
'I would be dead without football'
James tried to kill himself multiple times from age 15. But football has given him a reason to live.
Syria refugee children 'bitten by rats' in camps
Syrians living in camps in Lebanon say waste is not being collected and is attracting vermin.
London Marathon runners on that special moment
David Wyeth and Matthew Rees recall their inspiring encounter at the London Marathon finish line.
Top Gear: Has Matt LeBlanc saved the series?
Viewers and critics react positively to the latest series, fronted by the former Friends actor.
Obama at Chicago youth event: 'I'm old'
A relaxed-looking Barack Obama soon felt his age at his first public event since leaving the White House.
Bend It Like Granny
The 98-year-old grandmother from India's Tamil Nadu state who leads a yoga dynasty.
BBC News Channel
BBC coverage of latest developments
The boxer who refuses to cash in on beating a champion
Mihai Nistor was the last fighter to knock out Anthony Joshua - but while Joshua earns millions, Nistor remains an amateur on a modest income. Why?
Macron - not the only young achiever
Emmanuel Macron could become the youngest ever president of France at just 39. Who else has achieved at such a young age?
How Nepal quake turned women into builders
Women are breaking with tradition and helping rebuild Nepal after the earthquake two years ago.
Eight ways machine learning is already in your life
Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.
Nine ways to organise your life in your lunchtime
Rushed off your feet? Not enough hours in the day? Here are some apps to help you take control.
The Holocaust: Who are the missing million?
Researchers have so far named nearly five million victims, but now they are in a race against time.
London Marathon: Why do some runners get 'jelly legs'?
Why do some runners experience "jelly legs" at the end of a marathon?
Reality Check: Are a quarter of Scottish children in poverty?
Official figures suggest that the number of children in poverty in Scotland has jumped to 260,000.
Kelly Sotherton: Ex-heptathlete to get Beijing Olympic bronze upgrade
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to an Olympic bronze medal for the second time in five months after retrospective drug tests.
Ched Evans: Sheffield United set to re-sign striker from Chesterfield
League One champions Sheffield United are set to re-sign striker Ched Evans from Chesterfield, reports BBC Radio Sheffield.
Maria Sharapova: Stuttgart opponent Roberta Vinci questions wildcard
Maria Sharapova's first opponent following her 15-month doping ban questions the decision to give the Russian wildcards on the WTA Tour.
World Championship 2017: Marco Fu beats Neil Robertson, faces Mark Selby next
Marco Fu edges past 2010 champion Neil Robertson 13-11 to reach his fourth World Championship quarter-final.
Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko: 'Father Time' has caught up with Ukrainian
Briton Anthony Joshua says "Father Time has caught up with Wladimir Klitschko" as the two prepare for Saturday's heavyweight world title bout.
Barcelona Open: Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund through to second round
Dan Evans claims his first ATP Tour win on Clay at the Barcelona Open as fellow Briton Kyle Edmund also progresses to the second round.
Great Britain beat Estonia in World Championship Division 1 Group B
Great Britain make it two wins from two as they beat Estonia 5-1 in World Championship Division 1 Group B in Belfast.
General election 2017: Where Britain's parties stand on Brexit
The issue of Brexit looms large over the general election - here's where the parties stand.
General election 2017: What will happen to proposed laws?
What will snap election mean for a host of government bills yet to be approved by Parliament?
UKIP 'gets radical' with return to right-wing policies
UKIP searches for a new unique selling point after Theresa May steals a march on Brexit.
Lib Dem membership tops 100,000 after snap election call
Leader Tim Farron says the party is the only one opposing Theresa May's "hard Brexit".
The seats that could decide the election
Where do the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems have to fight hardest to win the general election?
General election: What you need to know
The UK will have a general election on 8 June. Here's what you need to know.
General election 2017: How many people are registering to vote?
Government figures show it is young people dominating registrations ahead of the election on 8 June.
The MPs who are quitting
Who is joining George Osborne in stepping down as an MP, and who plans to return?
General Election 2017: Would you support a burka ban?
UKIP's manifesto will include plans to ban the burka, sparking strong reactions on both sides of the debate.
General election 2017: How do I register to vote?
Don't get left outside on polling day - beat the deadline to have your say in the general election.
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