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UKIP leader Nigel Farage claims he was "almost killed" by the NHS when doctors misdiagnosed his testicular cancer, and says people should pay for private health care if they can.
MPs criticise the "chasm" between the number of reported cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the UK and the number of prosecutions.
A Brutalist bus station that has dominated the Northampton skyline for more than 40 years will collapse in seconds, say demolition experts.
A prison nurse who made a string of medication errors at a jail in Essex is struck off.
Kevin Pietersen says he may miss the Indian Premier League to play county cricket in a bid to earn an England recall.
Chile declares a state of emergency as a raging forest fire near the city of Valparaiso forces thousands of people to flee their homes.
Vanuatu, an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, has been battered by one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the region.
Cyclone Pam has "completely devastated" the islands of Vanuatu, and could be one of the worst disasters in Pacific history, aid agencies say.
Mental health services in England will receive extra funding in next week's Budget, Liberal Democrat Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander says.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton is in a league of his own during final Australian GP practice - qualifying coverage from 05:00 GMT.
McLaren admit they do not know the cause of Fernando Alonso's crash in pre-season testing nor when he will return.