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General election 2017: May says Tories would not raise VAT
The prime minister also declines to back David Cameron's 2015 pledge for a "five-year tax lock".
Madeleine McCann: Parents mark 10 years since daughter went missing
Kate and Gerry McCann "still hope" to find their missing daughter, a decade after she vanished.
Woman arrested after being shot by police
The woman shot in a London raid is held on suspicion of terror offences after hospital treatment.
Man dead and woman hurt at Sedgefield motocross event
Police decided to close the privately-run event on safety grounds following the two incidents.
Stop fighting war that's over says Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill
Sinn Féin's Stormont leader defends her decision to attend a commemoration for eight IRA men shot dead by the SAS.
Illegal immigrants found on boat in trouble at Orford
The Coastguard was called out when the yacht got into trouble in high winds.
Jeremy Corbyn pledges to plug 'school funding black hole'
Labour's Jeremy Corbyn tells head teachers he will plug a £3bn gap in school funding in England.
Ben Walker dies during Thrapston Town under-15s football match
Flowers and football shirts were left outside the Chancery Lane club.
Anthony Joshua: Tyson Fury says yes to all-British heavyweight title fight
Tyson Fury says "let's dance" in response to being called out by world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.
M8 'missing link' opens fully to traffic
Vehicles have been allowed on to the eastbound carriageway of the new motorway for the first time.
Man shot dead after intruders enter house in St Ives
Dorset Police were called to reports intruders had entered a house in the early hours.
David Cameron buys £25,000 garden shed 'to write in'
The former prime minister says he wants to use the shepherd's hut to write a book.
Household food waste level 'unacceptable'
Changing rules on best before dates and the sale of "wonky vegetables" could help cut waste, MPs say.
Madeleine McCann: Anniversary 'hardest day' for parents
The 10th anniversary of Madeleine McCann's disappearance will be one of the hardest days, her parents say.
Schoolboy given goggles to regain sight
Charlie, now eight, started losing his sight aged four, and has only been able to see close up until now.
BBC Radio 5 live commentary of the thrilling finale of Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko
Listen to the 5 live commentary of the closing stages of Anthony Joshua's amazing world-title win over Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.
Corbyn: 'Low taxes for low earners'
The Labour leader says the party wants to change tax policies at the top end of the earnings scale.
Damian Lewis on Billions, Obama and The Goat
The actor talks about his "shocking" play... and does a pretty good Obama impression.
What is May Morning all about?
The boys of Magdalen College School prepare for Oxford's May Morning celebrations
General Election 2017: Theresa May denies 'robotic' message
The prime minister is challenged on her repeated use of the phrase "strong and stable".
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Antony Stevens recruits a team full of Stevens for match
The charity rugby game raised £5,000 for the Parkinson's Foundation.
Zombie Elvis in 'world's dullest' marathon
Simon Goldsmith runs 17 times around a village after failing to secure a London Marathon place.
Line of Duty interrogation
It's finally time to find out who Balaclava Man is in the police drama Line of Duty.
Smashed Bananas
Is there life on Mars? Did you enjoy being pregnant? Bananarama tackle questions from the 1980s.
'I don't feel blessed'
Parents of disabled children are often positive about the situation - but one mother says her children's autism has left her with "dark thoughts".
Hitler's confidante
One of the high-society Mitford sisters, Unity, caused a scandal thanks to her relationship with Adolf Hitler. So how did she end up in a Warwickshire vicarage?
'Strong leadership'
There is a stark difference between a strong leader and a strong leadership, says Archie Brown.
First rung
A father and son's experiences of starting out on the housing ladder
Six years on people are still celebrating Ed Balls Day
Ed Balls Day is the social media mishap which has been celebrated on 28 April for the past six years
M&S on the road
The High Street giant prepares to join a crowded market for home delivery but could face problems.
7 days quiz:
7 days quiz: How did Tom Hardy prove himself a good citizen?
Cash from crowds
Election candidates are turning to crowdfunding sites to raise money for the snap general election.
No branch?
Operators say that new technology means video ATMs will change the way we bank.
You say chorizo...
Masterchef viewers get heated on Twitter about the right way to say the spicy sausage.