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Ministers are defeated three times in the Lords over plans to limit the scope for judicial reviews of public decisions.
Charlie Austin scores twice as QPR lift themselves off the bottom of the Premier League with victory over Aston Villa.
Firefighters say they are making "good progress" in containing a fire which spread rapidly through a large building near the M74 in Glasgow.
US officials will actively monitor health workers who treat Ebola patients in West Africa after they return, but will not enforce quarantine.
BBC News explains why oil prices are so low - and what it would take to stop the drop - in 60 seconds.
Attempts to restrict population growth will not solve global sustainability issues in the short term, new research says.
Comedian Rory Bremner says punishing children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is harmful.
Weston-super-Mare are drawn at home to League One Doncaster, while Warrington entertain Exeter in the FA Cup first round.
Islamist groups in Syria storm the government-held town of Idlib, reportedly infiltrating several important buildings before being repelled.
The United Nations is calling for more health care workers to join the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
Organised criminal gangs are increasingly targeting high-end cars with keyless security systems, a UK motoring industry group has warned.
Victoria Beckham has topped a list of Britain's top 100 entrepreneurs by Management Today magazine.
Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark Chapman speaks to those involved in the FA Cup first round draw.
Tony Lewis, father of Private Conrad Lewis who was killed in Helmand in 2011, has travelled to Kabul to reflect on the legacy of the operation that his son died for.
Hundreds of soldiers who died in one of World War One's bloodiest battles are remembered at a service in Belgium.
A football fan celebrating his 70th birthday sees his two favourite teams both beat their opponents by 8-0 in a matter of days.