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The backlash against a fuel once seen as clean
DJ Neil Fox, who is facing four sexual assault allegations, is arrested over another three allegations made by different women.
UKIP says it has suspended general secretary Roger Bird amid allegations of impropriety in relation to candidate selection.
The 'fiercely funny' comedian and disability activist
More than 30 men are arrested on a night-time raid on a bathhouse in Cairo and accused of debauchery, a charge used to prosecute gay people.
The Football Association has asked Leicester manager Nigel Pearson for his observations after an altercation with a fan.
A man beat his ex-partner to death with a machete, hammer and screwdriver and slit his baby daughter's throat before leaving a note blaming his ex for what he had done, a court hears.
Conservative peer Baroness Jenkin has apologised for saying "poor people don't know how to cook".
In the wake of several high-profile cases involving black Americans killed after encounters with the police, writers Stacey Patton and David J Leonard examine why blame is often shifted to the deceased.
The Duke of Cambridge meets Barack Obama at the White House - telling the US President that in the excitement of Prince George's birth he forgot to check whether he was a boy or a girl.
The Arts Council announces plans that could see organisations face a cut in funding if they fail to improve diversity.
Gambian diplomats who sold tax-free tobacco from their London embassy are found guilty of cheating the UK taxpayer out of almost £4.8m.
Accommodation with decor designed by sleep experts is a key element of Manchester City's new £200m training complex.
The number of people using food banks is rising to unprecedented levels, according to a parliamentary report on hunger. The BBC's Michael Buchanan speaks to the families struggling to feed themselves.
The Duke of Cambridge meets US President Barack Obama at the White House before addressing the World Bank on wildlife crime.
Delhi's transport department bans the use of Uber taxi-booking services in the city after a driver allegedly raped a female passenger.
Conservative peer Baroness Jenkin apologies after saying "poor people don't know how to cook".
Proposals to introduce compulsory religious classes for young children in Turkey face heavy criticism from opponents.
A man is killed after being crushed under a lorry following a fight in Edinburgh's Ferry Road.
The price of oil hits another five-year low as fears of oversupply continue to mount.