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The snowploughs are out in force in Boston, but they're running out of dumping space.
A former Home Office researcher says a bullying culture at Rotherham Council led to her warnings of child sexual exploitation being suppressed years before action was finally taken.
Real Sociedad boss David Moyes says Burnley striker Danny Ings is a player "anyone would like to have".
Wales' George North should have been replaced with suspected concussion against England, says Wales medic Prav Mathema.
A British couple who were stranded in New York after their baby was born prematurely are allowed to fly home with him.
Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says police have warned him of a threat to kill him in a "rocket attack".
Could some of London's busiest roads go underground, to allow traffic to flow more freely?
Four-time champion Lleyton Hewitt is given a wildcard to the 2015 Aegon Championships in his last grass-court season.
Fierce fighting has continued in eastern Ukraine despite ongoing efforts to broker a ceasefire between pro-Russian rebels and government troops.
A man is charged with assaulting disabled pensioner Alan Barnes in Gateshead, for whom £300,000 was subsequently raised in donations
Is there an irreparable fissure between the US and Europe over what to do about Ukraine ?
Shareholder Dave King has criticised the Rangers board over their decision to hold the club's EGM in London.
The battle to preserve Yangon's architecture
The Public Accounts Committee will be launching an "urgent" inquiry into tax evasion by wealthy clients of HSBC.
Richard Johnson says he will "give everything he's got" to be champion jockey after finishing second to AP McCoy 15 times.
At the centre of a mysterious nebula, astronomers discover two stars locked in such a tight orbit that they will eventually merge and explode.
A law student who raped two partners and sexually assaulted a third is jailed for 10 years.
A former vet who was struck off after being filmed having sex with a horse and a dog is jailed for possessing images of bestiality.
Dame Judi Dench has tells the BBC Radio 4's PM programme she has been taking a health supplement as a "preventative" to memory loss, but not as a cure, as suggested by some newspaper reports.
Vote counting is due to begin in the Delhi state elections where Arvind Kejriwal's anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party is expected to push ahead of the PM's BJP.