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A man who was convicted of attempting to rape a doctor is cleared of the crime six months after his death.
Jon Kay visits a family of bakers in Manchester to see what they think about the election campaign
A woman in Deal has knitted versions of all the seven main party leaders.
A former South Yorkshire Police chief told a man he had been asked to "concoct a story" blaming Liverpool fans for the Hillsborough disaster, the inquests hear.
French President Francois Hollande says there will be "no mercy" for any soldiers found to have abused children in the Central African Republic.
UKIP objects to police over comments about leader Nigel Farage on an episode of BBC One's topical quiz Have I Got News For You.
The mother of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Greece walks out of the inquest into their deaths.
A man is banned from keeping animals over the appalling treatment of mice, rats and rabbits which he intended to feed to his pet snakes.
Three men are jailed for raping a 19-year-old woman they plied with drink and drugs during a party in Brighton.
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A safety expert has told a Stormont committee he was put under "undue pressure" to approve plans for the new Casement Park GAA ground.
One of the founders of high-profile tech start-up Secret is shutting down the anonymous messaging service.
Satellite pictures taken earlier this year suggest that North Korea may have restarted one of its nuclear reactors, a US think-tank says.
Mark Easton: Are election promises too short-term to help this baby?
Internet search engines such as Google should be allowed in public examinations, an exam board chief says.
The failure of the Secret app throws light on Silicon Valley's investment strategies.
Russia says North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will no longer attend Moscow's World War Two commemorations, due to "internal issues".
Reanne Evans criticises World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn's efforts to close the gender divide in the sport.
A head teacher who stole £30,000 from her school to refurbish her house is jailed for a year.