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More than 80 firefighters are tackling a blaze at one of Northern Ireland's grandest ancestral homes.
Education Secretary Michael Gove receives one of the angriest receptions of his three years in office as he appears before head teachers in Birmingham.
No 10 denies that "anyone in Downing Street" made comments reported in several newspapers describing Tory activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Governors at a school accused of inappropriate use of public money are urged to "take action" by Westminster Council.
Two people are killed and three others seriously injured in a car crash in Wiltshire.
Saturday's racing at the NW 200 is abandoned because of persistent rain, with Michael Dunlop winning the only race to take place.
Scotland's Chief Medical Officer calls for children aged between 10 and 17 to be vaccinated against measles.
A British child who died in a pool at a hotel in Egypt is named as five-year-old Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill, south London
The operators of Scotland's new 12,000-seat entertainment arena have said the venue will open on time despite reports that it was months behind schedule.
Democracy in Wales is being damaged by a lack of coverage of Welsh affairs in the London-based media, the assembly's presiding officer fears.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson criticises City rivals over 'amazing' decision to sack boss Roberto Mancini.
Revellers at a Swansea public party will be among a TV audience of millions watching local heroine Bonnie Tyler sing for Britain at the Eurovision Song Contest.
A woman who disappeared while swimming off the Lincolnshire coast in the early hours is found alive after a major search operation.
A man believed to be in his 40s is found murdered in a field near a block of flats in Coventry.
A £50,000 sports car in police livery is being used by officers in Devon and Cornwall to raise road safety awareness.
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Hundreds of people are expected at a memorial service in Flintshire in honour of the murdered Irish vet Catherine Gowing
The widow of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko calls for the inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
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Some Marks and Spencer customers say its contactless payment terminals have taken cash from cards other than the ones intended for payment.
Some people are "put off" making important calls because of confusion over the amount they will be charged, according to the telecoms regulator.
Singer Bonnie Tyler is set to make her Eurovision debut on Saturday when she performs UK entry Believe In Me at the annual contest in Malmo, Sweden.
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The new moderator of the Church of Scotland officially takes up her post as the Kirk's General Assembly gets under way.
The man who organised the student protest against Nigel Farage during his visit to Edinburgh has defended the action as "constructive criticism".
Ahead of his final match in charge of Manchester United, manager Sir Alex Ferguson looks back on his decision to retire - and reveals what he will miss most about the club.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh placed their feet in casts on Friday as they visited Cornwall
Two classic silent movies have been given a new soundtrack at Birmingham's Symphony Hall.
England's first chief social worker for children has been speaking about her plans, ahead of taking up the post in September.
Actress Lucy Liu has unveiled an exhibition of her art at a gallery in Manchester.
The head of a hospital trust where the future of child heart surgery is at risk resigns.
A soldier thought to have survived the worst ever battlefield injuries in Afghanistan has been appointed an MBE
A 1,100-tonne tram bridge is moved slowly into place over a period of several weeks.
The SNP says UKIP leader Nigel Farage "has lost the plot" after he described protesters who besieged him in Edinburgh as "fascist scum".
A Conservative cabinet minister criticises the government time spent debating the issue of same-sex marriage.
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Liam Byrne says Labour must aspire to create "full employment" and sets out plans to tackle unemployment "blackspots".
A Christian evangelical movement where followers avoid contraception and have as many children as they can is spreading to the UK.
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Leading Conservative rebel calls on MPs to demonstrate their support for an EU referendum.
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Nigeria's military imposes a 24-hour curfew in parts of the north-eastern city of Maiduguri as it fights against Boko Haram militants.
Thousands of protesters, led by trade unionists, rally in the Italian capital Rome against the policies of the new coalition government.
Bradford score three times in the opening half-hour as they beat Northampton at Wembley to win promotion to League One.
A new political party, Plan B, which supports Greece's exist from the euro and a return to the drachma is due to hold its first meeting.
Fresh outbreaks of violence in Iraq have left at least eight people dead, police say, hours after the worst day of sectarian violence in the country for months.
A Boeing 737 plane carrying about 140 people catches fire upon landing at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport.
Marc Marquez clinches pole position after topping the qualifying session for Sunday's French MotoGP at Le Mans.
Deadly storms are sweeping across southern China, killing more than 50 people and leaving 14 missing
A 25-year-old Saudi woman makes history by reaching the summit of the world's highest mountain.
The Swedish city of Malmo is gearing up to host the Eurovision Song Contest final with 26 countries set to perform for millions of TV viewers.
More than 60 people were injured, at least two critically, after a head-on collision between two commuter trains near New York, officials say.
The EU is to ban restaurants from using refillable bottles and dipping bowls of olive oil, citing hygiene and consumer protection.
North Korea has fired three short-range missiles as part of an apparent routine test-launch, South Korea says.
David Beckham's advisors hold talks with US Major League Soccer over the former England captain buying a franchise.
Opening batsman David Warner is asked by Cricket Australia to explain why abusive messages to journalists are on his Twitter account.
The Afghan parliament interrupts debate on a law to prevent violence against women, with conservatives calling for it to be scrapped.
There have been violent scenes in the Spanish capital after Atletico Madrid beat Real Madrid in the Spanish Cup Final.
President Francois Hollande signs into law a controversial bill making France the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
The widow of the former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has called for the upcoming inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
At least 60 people have been injured after a commuter train derailed and collided with another just outside New York City.
Russia publicly names the man it believes to be the US intelligence chief in Moscow, a breach of diplomatic protocol.
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Flooding and landslides across nine southern Chinese provinces leave more than 50 people dead and 14 missing, officials say.
A would-be robber had a lucky escape after he was struck by a bus, moments after he snatched a woman's mobile phone in Bogota, Colombia.
More than $1m (£650,000) worth of Chopard jewels, to be worn by stars for the Cannes film festival, are stolen from a hotel room in the city.
Dawood Azami on why Afghans are wary of Pakistan's PM-elect
OJ Simpson's former lawyer rebuts claims by his former client he botched his defence in an armed robbery case.
The US chides Russia for what it calls an "unfortunate decision" to send missiles to the Syrian government, saying it will prolong the suffering.
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Tunisia bans the radical Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia from holding a meeting in the city of Kairouan, raising fears of possible violence.
A Chinese man in Pakistani-administered Kashmir is taken into protective custody after he was accused of desecrating the Koran, officials say.
Argentina grapples with legacy of late military leader Videla
Senior US tax officials deny the extra scrutiny given to conservative political groups ahead of the 2012 election was motivated by partisan bias.
Slovenia pushed by markets and voters to mend economy
Farmers in Japan's key tea-growing region are hoping to turn their fortunes around following the Fukushima nuclear disaster two years ago.
Argentina's former military leader Jorge Rafael Videla has died aged 87 while serving a sentence for crimes against humanity, including torture.
Burma's President Thein Sein heads to the US to meet President Obama - in the first US state visit by Burmese leader since 1966.
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At least 20 people are killed when a mine collapses in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the government says.
Two Nigerians are sentenced to seven years in prison over the deaths of at least 80 children who took adulterated teething medicine.
Singer George Michael is airlifted to hospital with a head injury following a crash on the M1.
A Saudi man has died after setting himself on fire in protest at his treatment by authorities, the BBC has learned.
Spain records its first monthly trade surplus in more than 40 years as demand for imports dries up.
Revelations that Costa Rica's president used a jet belonging to a Colombian with alleged links to drug trafficking have led to three resignations.
Turkish bond yields have hit new lows as investors greeted Moody's increase in the country's credit rating to investment grade.
US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan is made an honorary member of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Car sales across Europe rose in April for the first time in 18 months, helped by strong demand in the UK and by the early Easter break.
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