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A charity warns that the lack of older people taking part in training may leave the UK with a digital skills gap.
South Yorkshire Police will not be investigated over its handling of violent clashes between miners and officers at Orgreave coking plant in 1984, the police watchdog says.
A mobile phone service will automatically switch users between networks to ensure they can continue to receive and make calls in dead zones.
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Britain's Rail regulator is to investigate Network Rail's performance accusing the company of delivering poor punctuality and reliability on some of its busiest commuter routes.
Police dogs pick up the scent of two escaped convicts who have been on the run for six days.
Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland face crucial qualifying games that could define Euro 2016 fate.
Liverpool reject a £25m bid from Manchester City for England forward Raheem Sterling.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is feeling more positive after his coach Alberto Salazar was embroiled in a doping scandal.
A policeman who shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland, Ohio, should be charged with murder, a judge has ruled.
The Bilderberg meeting is a secretive annual conference attended by many of the world's most powerful people.
How two men survived a prison where 12,000 were killed
Dick Costolo is stepping down as chief executive of Twitter, the company says, while co-founder Jack Dorsey will act as interim chief until a replacement can be found.
French prosecutors announce a preliminary investigation into whether manslaughter charges should be brought over the Germanwings plane crash.
The E. coli bacteria is detected in a kitchen at Craigavon Area Hospital in County Armagh, the Southern Health Trust has confirmed.
The BBC's Richard Taylor takes an early look at Oculus' final virtual reality Rift headset and explains how it can be used with the Xbox One.
Spain's parliament approves a law to ease the path to citizenship for descendants of Jews who fled the country more than 500 years ago.
Greece's creditors pile the pressure on Prime Minister Tsipras as do his supporters at home, says the BBC's Chris Morris.
From an economic slowdown to a curtailment in public social life, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) outbreak in South Korea has taken its toll.