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The leaders of seven political parties have clashed over the economy, immigration, health and Britain's future in the first televised election debate.
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Sandy Easdale says individuals rather than Rangers would be targeted in any legal action over their Stock Exchange delisting.
Having a Waitrose near where you live - as every middle-class person knows - increases the value of your home, claims Lloyds Bank.
Children's heart surgery in the UK, often the source of controversy, has improved significantly, a report has concluded.
Councils are warning that two in five councils will not have enough primary school places by next year.
The papers are quick off the mark to react to the party leaders' televised election debate, and there is another Lottery winner on the front pages.
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Police, pop auditions and pain for Bill Clinton: 10 things you probably didn't know about Lewis Hamilton and Tom Daley.
The Scottish first minister hits back at claims that too much cash "comes over Hadrian's wall" during the ITV leaders' debate.
The number of people killed in an attack by al-Shabab Islamist militants on a university in north-eastern Kenya has risen to 147, government officials say.
Ahead of the leaders' debate the pollsters IPSOS Mori gathered a special audience for the BBC to watch the exchanges and give their instant reactions to what was said.
BBC political editor Nick Robinson examines the leaders' performances in Thursday's debate, how the TV event might affect both the election and the future of UK politics.
Lydia Ko equals the LPGA Tour record with her 29th consecutive under-par round in the first women's major of the season.
Seven party leaders have clashed over the NHS, immigration and cutting the deficit in a TV debate.
Chelsea Ladies record a dominant win against Bristol Academy to continue their perfect start to the WSL 1 season.
With voting for the PFA Player of the Year award about to close, Robbie Savage reveals who he thinks should land the prize.
A civilian aircraft lands safely after being escorted into Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire after suffering technical problems.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says the National Health Service needs to be ''rescued'' from the Conservatives, while David Cameron insists there are more people being treated.
Network Rail suspends a charter service using steam engines following the "most serious" case of a train failing to stop at a signal so far this year.