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The start of the prime minister's attempts to renegotiate the UK's relationship with the EU is reported on the front pages - but there are warnings that a fight lies ahead.
The trial begin in Egypt of a policeman accused of killing unarmed female activist Shaimaa al-Sabbagh.
The Bafta television awards take place in London, celebrating the best in television talent and production
Former MP George Galloway announces he has started legal proceedings to overturn his general election defeat.
Andrew Benson looks back on a fine weekend in Spain for Mercedes and considers if Lewis Hamilton is losing momentum.
Prime Minister David Cameron will pledge to "renew a sense of fairness" in society as he addresses Conservative backbenchers later.
Former QPR midfielder Jermaine Jenas explains what his old club need to do following their relegation to the Championship.
As revenues plunge and new taxes are promised, the Australian government faces an uphill battle to balance its budget.
Andy Murray claims his first Masters title on clay by defeating Rafael Nadal in the final of the Madrid Masters.
Stars have turned out in force for the 2015 Bafta award ceremony in central London.
England women's bowler Kate Cross takes eight wickets for Heywood in a Lancashire men's league match.
BBC Sport picks out five great shots from the BBL play-off final in London.
Steven Gerrard reflects on a standing ovation from Chelsea fans, Jose Mourinho and a possible return to Liverpool.
As VE Day is marked in Britain, 89-year-old Barbara Weatherill from Selby, who was just 17 when she joined the army, tells her story to the BBC's Daniela Relph.
Mumford & Sons top the UK album chart, recording an impressive 81,300 chart sales with third studio album Wilder Mind.
UKIP's only MP, Douglas Carswell, rules himself out of the running to replace Nigel Farage as leader.
Some of the small screen's biggest names are arriving for this year's British Academy Television Awards at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London.
James Corden tells the BBC of his delight at his Bafta nomination
Premier League champions Chelsea hold Liverpool to a draw to all but end the Reds' hopes of Champions League qualification.
The Liberal Democrats say a new leader will be elected in July to succeed Nick Clegg but one MP says the party cannot afford to wait that long.