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2:57 pm (2 hours ago)
Premier League chief Richard Scudamore says Leicester's title triumph "made mugs of all of us" and is a "fantastic feeling".
2:49 pm (2 hours ago)
South Yorkshire Police appoints its second interim chief in a week following the fall-out from the Hillsborough inquests.
4:42 pm (33 minutes ago)
A woman who was legal guardian to a toddler who suffered more than 150 injuries including brain and spinal trauma, is convicted of murder.
4:35 pm (39 minutes ago)
Two police officers are sacked over how they dealt with a man who was murdered in a vigilante attack in Bristol three years ago.
3:20 pm (an hour ago)
Parents are keeping their children off school for the day in a protest about primary tests in England.
3:48 pm (an hour ago)
MP Naz Shah "stands aside" from the Commons Home Affairs select committee "until current matters are resolved".
5:13 pm (a moment ago)
Russia's foreign minister says a unilateral truce declared by the Syrian military could be extended to the city of Aleppo within hours.
4:27 pm (48 minutes ago)
A mental health trust admitted failing a man accused of murdering a motorist by stabbing him 39 times on a road in West Sussex, a court is told.
11:07 am (6 hours ago)
Jeremy Corbyn predicts Labour will not lose any seats in Thursday's English council elections and dismisses reports of a possible challenge to his leadership.
4:23 pm (52 minutes ago)
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump suggests that Rafael Cruz, his main rival's father, was connected to President John F Kennedy's assassin.
4:55 pm (20 minutes ago)
A PC who falsely claimed a fellow officer was going to be kidnapped by terrorists is convicted of perverting the course of justice.
3:44 pm (an hour ago)
A festival featuring Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan is confirmed for the US in October.
Yesterday 10:38 pm (19 hours ago)
Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs posts a video showing the team celebrating the moment the 5,000-1 outsiders became Premier League champions.
8:47 am (8 hours ago)
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the latest world leader to publicise the Invictus Games with a Twitter video in which he shows how his country "brings it".
12:43 pm (5 hours ago)
A video from the police in New Zealand shows the officers in a new light.
11:07 am (6 hours ago)
Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce and Taylor Swift were just some of the names to attend the Met Ball in New York this year.
12:15 am (17 hours ago)
Benedict Cumberbatch talks about his role as Richard III in the new BBC Two series The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses.
11:03 am (6 hours ago)
Leicester City have won the Premier League title in one of the greatest sporting stories of all time.
5:09 am (12 hours ago)
A judge in Brazil has blocked access to messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours.
8:54 am (8 hours ago)
Solar Impulse, a plane fuelled only by the sun, has landed in the US state of Arizona after a 16-hour flight from California.
2:11 pm (3 hours ago)
Craig Wright may have claimed to be the man behind Bitcoin, but does his evidence prove it?
8:25 am (9 hours ago)
Everything you need to know about the elections in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English regions and London on 5 May.
9:28 am (8 hours ago)
A Star Wars fan who walked to the tops of Snowdon and Ben Nevis while dressed as a stormtrooper plans to tackle England's tallest mountain.
3:38 pm (an hour ago)
Oxford's Bodleian Libraries publishes pictures of a Middle-earth map, from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, annotated by JRR Tolkien himself.
7:00 am (10 hours ago)
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it is an "amazing feeling" to have steered the club to their first top-flight title.
4:51 pm (24 minutes ago)
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
1:07 am (16 hours ago)
Leicester City fan Mark Selby says winning the world snooker title for a second time is like a "dream come true".
4:47 pm (28 minutes ago)
Sir Dave Brailsford dismisses the idea that British Cycling tried to motivate its riders through fear.
4:41 pm (34 minutes ago)
Business Secretary Sajid Javid orders the Insolvency Service to investigate the collapse of UK department store BHS.
12:08 am (17 hours ago)
Lending from family members to help their children get on the UK property ladder will amount to £5bn in 2016, according to L&G.
10:13 am (7 hours ago)
The government's flagship benefit reform has "serious design flaws" and has "veered off track" because of cost-cutting, a think tank warns.
3:16 pm (an hour ago)
Nigel Farage predicts UKIP will win at least five seats on the Welsh Assembly as part of a UK-wide "breakthrough" in Thursday's polls.
2:44 am (15 hours ago)
The gap between the lifespans of rich and poor people in England and Wales is rising for the first time since the 1870s, research suggests.
Yesterday, 4:59 pm
Scientists say they now have a near-perfect picture of the genetic events that cause breast cancer, which they hope will unlock new ways of treating the disease.
12:39 pm (5 hours ago)
Exam papers for this year's Higher English tests have had to be replaced at short notice amid concerns some questions were leaked.
Sunday, May 1st, 2:38 pm
Head teachers cannot and will not endure another year of the "chaos" that has raged in England's primary schools, the National Association of Head Teachers' conference hears.
1:59 pm (3 hours ago)
Google has signed an agreement with the Royal Free London NHS Trust to gain access to data of hundreds of thousands of patients.
2:14 pm (3 hours ago)
After shutting down the Nostalrius private server, the World of Warcraft developer invites the team to talks.
2:18 pm (3 hours ago)
British industry is to lead the construction of the Biomass satellite which will use an innovative radar instrument to essentially weigh all the world's trees.
5:23 am (12 hours ago)
The zero-fuel aeroplane Solar Impulse starts to cross the continental USA, flying the first leg from California to Arizona.
5:02 pm (13 minutes ago)
Hit Broadway musical Hamilton is set to dominate this year's Tony Awards after gaining a record-breaking 16 nominations.
9:47 am (7 hours ago)
The grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast live on US TV for the first time this month, organisers announce.
Yesterday, 1:06 am
The BBC aims to get more women into positions of authority by 2020, but what was the corporation like in the 1920s?
Yesterday, 12:03 am
Gay marriage was legalised in most of the UK in 2013. What effect has it had on gay and lesbian relationships?
Saturday, April 30th, 1:43 am
The place that was known as the Blackpool of the Potteries
Saturday, April 30th, 1:59 am
News photos from around the world
12:35 am (17 hours ago)
How do you get back on your bike after a crash?
12:38 am (17 hours ago)
'I don't want to grow a beard'
12:33 am (17 hours ago)
Can storytellers ever share too many intimate details?
12:13 am (17 hours ago)
Bottling water for profit in drought-hit California
2:14 pm (3 hours ago)
How did "oversight" get two opposite meanings?
2:58 am (14 hours ago)
Californian singer Gregory Porter on his love affair with UK
12:37 am (17 hours ago)
Five ways to persuade voters back to the polls
12:45 am (16 hours ago)
'Freedom' chants inspire songs in India
2:03 am (15 hours ago)
How Leicester City defied the odds

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