MP Andrew Bridgen says action is being taken to stop the "stinky" odour caused by his family's vegetable processing business.
Retirees could be told how long they are likely to live after stopping work, says pensions minister Steve Webb.
The BBC obtains a letter sent by Cardiff City that says their defeat by Crystal Palace in early April should not stand.
The Co-operative Group has announced losses of £2.5bn for 2013, marking the worst results in the group's 150-year history.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet families whose homes were destroyed by bushfires that ravaged parts of Australia last year, as they tour the country.
An 3.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the East Midlands is being investigated by geological experts.
Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman, wants to get boys back into books.
The Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales turns down a request by members for the results of a sexual ethics survey to be made public.
All 18 NHS care homes in Northern Ireland that were earmarked for closure are to remain open while residents want to stay in them.
Police find what they believe to be ammunition after the emergency services were called to the scene of an arson attack in north Belfast.
A power cut which blacked out most of northern Scotland may have started with a fault on a line between Moray and Inverness.
They are among the most reviled creatures on the Earth, but could maggots help British agriculture save millions of pounds and meet green targets?
Takeaway owners are to face a new testing programme, after a watchdog found nearly a third of lamb takeaways it checked contained a different meat.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited an area of the Blue Mountains n Australia devastated by bush-fires six months ago.
Local councils are urged to be open about whether they are using parking charges to raise income or to manage traffic.
Four Northern Ireland buildings win awards for architectural excellence from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
A failed rural heritage centre which cost the public purse more than £3.4m when it collapsed should have been more closely monitored, a government auditor says.
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One of the last British Legion halls in the Republic of Ireland has been agreed for sale, despite a public campaign to turn it into a World War One memorial.
Images of a ship sinking off South Korea appear on front pages
Prosecutors in New York are due to start outlining their case against Abu Hamza al-Masri, the radical cleric extradited from the UK in 2012.
Compensation of up to £16m will be paid to train and freight operators following the destruction of the main railway line at Dawlish in the south-west of England.
The Queen will bring the Easter tradition of handing out Maundy money to Blackburn Cathedral later.
The Jockey Club, the organisation behind the UK's leading horseracing events, reports record profits for last year of £22m.
Motorists are braced for what is set to be the busiest day of the year on the roads so far, with up to 16m cars expected to be used over Easter.
Ex-CIA contractor Edward Snowden risked the lives of secret agents by leaking documents containing their names, Conservative MP Liam Fox says.
There is "no new credible evidence of criminality" in files covering an east London borough, to suspect fraud, the Met Police says.
It is "too soon" to decide whether to scrap the national census, and the 2021 survey should go ahead, MPs advise.
About 10,000 new drivers had their licences revoked after receiving six or more penalty points in 2012, Newsbeat finds through a Freedom of Information request.
Doctors and nurses should do more to stop hospital patients developing infections, an NHS watchdog says.
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The funeral of a 12-year-old girl who died after a wall fell on her at an Edinburgh school is to be held later.
Scotland's economic performance has returned to pre-recession levels, according to the Scottish Chambers of Commerce.
Frank Gardner on whether London still appeals to Arab dissidents
Nicky Jacobs - the man cleared of killing PC Keith Blakelock during riots in London in 1985 - talks to BBC Newsnight.
Gareth Bale scores a brilliant late goal as Real Madrid defeat Barcelona 2-1 in the Copa del Rey final in Valencia.
UB40 has denied causing a fan's ears to bleed at a gig in Cambridge on Monday.
Manchester City's Premier League title hopes are dealt a blow after they are held to a draw by bottom side Sunderland.
A major motorway has been closed, after a crash involving a car and two lorries resulted in "multiple casualties".
Peter Ebdon fails to qualify for the World Championship for the first time since turning professional.
Veteran Labour MP Austin Mitchell says he will step down at the next general election.
A vandal responsible for puncturing more than two dozen vehicle tyres in a quiet Cumbrian village has been unmasked as a dog.
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Senior Labour politician Ed Balls is being investigated by police after his car hit a parked vehicle.
Somali children living in the world's largest refugee camp in Kenya have sent letters of encouragement to Syrian refugee children who have also had to flee their homeland.
A number of studies have suggested that constantly sitting at work is bad for you. So could workplaces be rejigged around standing up, asks would-be stander Chris Bowlby.
The PM is challenged over his support for Maria Miller following a row over her expenses.
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The former chairman of Anglo Irish bank has been found not guilty of illegally supporting the bank's share price, the jury continues to deliberate in the case against two others.
Claims that X-Men director Bryan Singer sexually abused a teenager in 1999 are dismissed as "completely without merit" by the film-maker's lawyer.
Bad weather, murky water and strong currents are hampering the search for survivors of a stricken South Korean ferry, which had hundreds on board.
The tests carried out by a forensic expert for Oscar Pistorius' murder trial are being rigorously challenged by the state prosecutor in South Africa.
AC/DC confirm they will continue making music, following news guitarist and founder member Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band due to ill health.
Polls open in Algeria where 77-year-old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who suffered a stroke last year, is seeking a fourth term in office.
Three people are killed in a raid on a base in eastern Ukraine, the country's interior minister says, as the US, Russia, the EU and Ukraine hold crisis talks in Geneva.
Luxury goods retailer Mulberry issues its second profit warning since Christmas and says it will look to introduce new "more affordable" products.
The BBC's new China editor on what's changed since she last lived there
Indians are voting in the biggest day of the general election, pitting the ruling Congress party against the main opposition BJP.
One of China's most influential bloggers, Charles Xue, is granted bail after months of detention because of a "serious illness", officials say.
French spirits firm Remy Cointreau says operating profits will fall by up to 40% after a crackdown by China on extravagant spending hits sales.
Shares in Google fall 5% despite reporting first-quarter profit of $3.45bn in response to worries over future income from advertising.
Mystery surrounds the fate of more than 100 teenage girls abducted from a school in the remote north-east of Nigeria by suspected Islamist militants.
The album from Disney's animated film becomes one of only 11 albums to have topped the US chart for 10 weeks or longer.
As Indians vote in the biggest day of the general election, the BBC's Mike Wooldridge reports from Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
A mini-sub searching for the missing Malaysian plane completes a full mission at its third attempt, after technical issues cut the first two short.
China's internet giant Tencent will launch the popular Candy Crush game on the mainland in partnership with the game's creator King Digital Entertainment.
Police in Argentina say they have rescued a teenage girl who had been starved, beaten and kept in a garage for nine years by her foster parents.
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A Japanese researcher creates glasses that show computer-generated eyes that express emotions so that the wearer does not need to bother.
A 2015 Ford Mustang convertible had to be cut into six pieces so it could go on display at the top of the Empire State Building.
Peru prisoners mark Holy Week with Lloyd Webber musical
Security forces in Borno State in Nigeria are searching for dozens of teenage girls abducted by suspected members of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
A major rescue operation is under way after a ferry carrying more than 470 people sank off the coast of South Korea.
A 19-year-old Canadian is charged with hacking the Canada Revenue Agency's website, becoming the first arrest over the Heartbleed security breach.
A secret New York Police Department programme designed to eavesdrop on Muslims to identify potential terrorism threats has been disbanded.
Brazil sends thousands of federal troops to maintain order in the north-eastern state of Bahia after police there went on strike over pay.
A US federal judge overthrows a North Dakota law banning abortion after the foetus' heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks in some cases.
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The girlfriend of Oscar Pistorius was shot in quick succession as she fell down, a forensics expert has told the South African athlete's murder trial.
A meeting between Palestinian and Israeli peace negotiators has been postponed in the wake of a killing of an Israeli in the West Bank.
Chad has withdrawn all its peacekeepers from the Central African Republic, an official confirms, after accusations they sided with Muslim rebels.
The Pakistani Taliban say they will not extend a ceasefire with the government announced last month, but will remain committed to peace talks.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces a $50m (£30m) election year push for stricter gun laws across the US.
The first images come back from the radar satellite launched as part of the European Union's new flagship Earth-observation project.
The Duke of Cambridge has described Australia as a "beacon of confidence" as he and his family began the next leg of their Antipodean tour.
The mayor of a city known as a stronghold of Mexico's Knights Templar drug cartel is arrested on suspicion of extorting money on the cartel's behalf.
Breaking Bad fan Stefan Montana explains how he got the show's star, Bryan Cranston, to help him secure a prom date.
Communities in sub-Saharan Africa are being "hurt" by high fees charged by money transfer operators, charity Comic Relief says.
The Venezuelan government says it will not grant jailed opposition leaders an amnesty at talks aimed at ending anti-government protests.
Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, has been removed from his post "at his own request", state media report.
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