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A road in central London remains closed as an electrical fire continues to burn under the pavement.
A Mersey ferry has been treated to a dazzle ship makeover as part of plans to commemorate the centenary of World War One.
Gas giant E.on is paying a £7.75m penalty to Citizens Advice for failing to protect customers who decided to switch suppliers.
The BBC's Leala Padmanabhan on the challenges involved in staging TV election debates featuring seven party leaders.
Egyptian security sources say at least five soldiers have been killed after gunmen attacked two checkpoints in the Sinai peninsula.
Revelations terrorists have been using rural Wales for preparations are "an eye-opener" but did not shock local councillors.
Devon and Cornwall Police approaches the Home Office about a multi-million pound bailout if it loses a legal challenge by officers who were forced to retire.
Rail users are warned of major delays over Easter as a main route between London and the West Midlands will be closed for maintenance work.
The US says Thailand's replacement of martial law with new emergency measures does little to reduce the power of the military.
Marks & Spencer says sales for the three months to 28 March grew 1.9%, with a 0.7% gain for closely-watched general merchandising sales, the best performance in nearly four years.
Several of the busiest train lines in England will be closed over the Easter weekend, as Network Rail carries out what it says is a "huge programme" of engineering work.
Form, facts and the men under pressure - why the tussle to claim the Premier League millions is unmissable viewing.
Ahead of the live leaders' election debate, BBC political editor Nick Robinson asks what winning it really means - and how we will know.
Masters favourite Rory McIlroy says his final-round collapse at Augusta in 2011 made him a better player.
The ambulance service in Wales is not improving quickly enough, a cross-party committee of AMs warns.
The key to catching the killers of Constable Ronan Kerr lies with local communities, says the detective in charge of the murder investigation.
Gunmen have stormed a university compound in the north-eastern Kenyan town of Garissa, near the border with Somalia.
An umbrella group of voluntary organisations in Northern Ireland warns that hundreds of job losses are likely as a result of cuts in the sector.
Welsh political parties argue over who best represents Wales' interests, ahead of a televised leaders' election debate.
The Queen is visiting Sheffield to hand out Maundy Money to 178 pensioners at a service at the city's cathedral.