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Trade union, religious and refugee groups voice their anger at having been refused access to the Dungavel immigration removal centre.
Northampton Saints and England rugby union full-back Ben Foden follows in the footsteps of former Saint, British Lion and Gallipoli war hero Blair Swannell.
An investigation into the death of a baby born at a Cumbrian hospital will not lead to any prosecutions, police say.
A man who claims he was abused by Labour peer Lord Janner says he believes the former MP is still being protected by establishment figures.
The Metropolitan Police offer a £40,000 reward for information on the linked murders of a Playboy bunny girl and a Hounslow teenager.
A warming of the relationship with Russia is a key part of China's strategy to rebuff US influence in Asian affairs, says Carrie Gracie.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is to accuse David Cameron of presiding over the "biggest loss of influence for our country in a generation".
The UK faces tough choices about defence spending - but the issue isn't being talked about in the election campaign, says Jonathan Beale.
How did the Avengers thwart the spoilers?
The yard for red phone boxes that ring no more
Fergal Keane recorded the voices of some of the remaining survivors of the Armenian massacre 100 years ago.
Australia risks Anzac Day commemorations fatigue
Indonesia is ordering preparations for the execution of two Australian drug smugglers on death row, officials say.
Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders tells BBC Newsnight she made the 'right decision' not to prosecute Lord Janner over child sex allegations.
A government adviser warns that a new hi-tech rail signalling system could be hacked by terrorists to cause train crashes.
As Apple begins deliveries of its much anticipated smartwatch, four experts weigh up the impact it might have.
Yves Rossy explains what it is like to fly with a jet pack.
As the Hubble Telescope celebrates its 25th anniversary, BBC News looks back at some of its greatest moments - and images.
BBC News met a rapper, of North African descent, from the suburbs of Paris, who backs Front National.
Proposals for "English votes for English laws" would be in place for the first Budget of a Conservative government, David Cameron is to say.