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Labour's general secretary objects to a bid by former firebrand councillor Derek Hatton to rejoin the party.
Pussy Galore is to be reunited with James Bond in an official new 007 novel by Anthony Horowitz.
Holyrood is expected to back plans to allow those aged 16 and 17 to vote in Scottish Parliament and local elections.
The safety of the Trident nuclear weapons system on the Clyde is set to be debated in the House of Commons.
The justice secretary says he wants a radical shake-up in the way women are punished for crimes.
Legislation giving more power to the Scottish Parliament is due to begin its journey through Westminster.
David Cameron starts a tour of European capitals as a bill paving the way for the UK's EU referendum is launched in the House of Commons.
Hashtag is declared 'children's word of the year' by the Oxford University Press after analysis of entries to the BBC's 500 Words competition.
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The Conservatives say they will freeze working-age benefits, including child benefit, for two years, but have still not spelt out what else will be targeted.
Fifa faces growing pressure to postpone its presidential election and Uefa says Friday's meeting risks becoming "a farce".
BBC Sport's Matt Slater examines what sets the Fifa fiasco apart from the litany of previous sporting scandals.
England hooker Dylan Hartley is given a four-week ban for headbutting and is unavailable for the first game of the World Cup.
A man is injured when part of a house collapses on to several cars in the West Midlands.
The UKIP MP Douglas Carswell has been confronted in the street by anti-austerity protesters near Westminster.
The former boss of Thomas Cook is to donate part of her share payout to a charity chosen by the parents of two children who died while on holiday in Corfu.
Plans to offer wide-ranging new powers to Wales are announced in the Queen's Speech.
Two police officers have been disciplined for failures in an indecency case in which a man exposed himself to three children in Belfast.
An-ex prison officer at HMP Belmarsh tipped off a journalist about a chaplain having relationships with inmates because he believed it was being "swept under the carpet", a court hears.
MSPs reject the Assisted Suicide Scotland Bill by 82 votes to 36 following a debate at Holyrood.
A pensioner from south Wales is at the centre of a police hunt after vanishing during a coach holiday to the Isle of Wight.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is to stand down from his role as Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the UN and the EU, sources confirm.
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Speaker of the House John Bercow reminds Scottish National Party MPs to respect the traditions and conventions of the chamber, and refrain from clapping.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says major football federations should boycott Fifa in the wake of fresh allegations of bribery at football's governing body.
Former Tory minister Simon Burns jokes about "dastardly rumours" that he and Speaker John Bercow do not get on, in a laughter-filled speech to the Commons.
An eight-year-old boy dies and two 10-year-olds are injured in a "tragic accident" involving a falling headstone at a cemetery in Glasgow.
An investigation into evidence given to the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry by a former Met Police chief widens to include other senior officers.
The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial tried to influence other banks to manipulate the key benchmark rate, a court hears.
The family of the victims in a suspected triple murder in Didcot describe it as an "unimaginable" tragedy.
A British man who attempted to join Islamic State in Syria is jailed for six years.
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New laws to give police and spies greater powers to monitor internet use are in the Queen's Speech - but campaigners say it is the return of the "snooper's charter".
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The secretary of state says she cannot rule out Westminster legislating on welfare matters in Northern Ireland.
Shaker Aamer, the last British resident being held in Guantanamo Bay, could be released "within weeks" his lawyer tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme.
Huw Edwards commentates as the Queen arrives to deliver her speech, setting out the plans of the Conservative government.
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Reverend Hayley Young who contracted HIV through a non-sexual attack speaks to the Victoria Derbyshire programme.
World War One was raging across the Channel as Sheffield United took on Chelsea at Old Trafford in the 1915 FA Cup final.
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.
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Malaysia is investigating 12 policemen suspected of involvement in human-trafficking camps found in the remote north of the country.
The UN warns that more people are at risk of hunger in South Sudan than at any time since it became independent four years ago.
The US military accidentally sent live anthrax samples to labs across the country and a US military base in South Korea, the Pentagon says.
Major sponsors express "serious concerns" after the US accuses Fifa officials of racketeering, fraud and money laundering.
Yahoo will face a US class action lawsuit for allegedly accessing the content of emails sent to its mail users from non-Yahoo Mail accounts.
A human skull from a deep cave in northern Spain shows evidence of a lethal violent attack 430,000 years ago, a study shows.
A new species of ancient human has been unearthed in the Afar region of Ethiopia, scientists report.
Can a state-run dating site reduce young divorce in Iran?
The US state of Nebraska has abolished the death penalty after a veto-override was passed through its legislature.
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David Stern visited the police academy in Ukraine where new police officers are being trained as part of a major programme of reforms to the service.
The serious business of serving bar snacks in Brazil
France honours four members of the French Resistance against the Nazis with a ceremony at the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris.
The BBC's John Sudworth reports from the annual Beijing Police Equipment Expo, an event showcasing the latest law-enforcement gadgetry at the disposal of China's ruling Communist Party.
The authorities in the Greek island of Kos say they have rescued 1,200 migrants in the past two days.
Rick Santorum, a Christian conservative who came second in the 2012 Republican primaries for president, launched a second campaign for the White House.
A large part of the southern US continues to recover from deadly floods brought on by powerful weekend storms.
The US Nasdaq stock index rallied to a record after technology and healthcare stocks advanced.
US prosecutors accuse Fifa officials of racketeering, fraud and money laundering involving tens of millions of dollars over a 24-year period.
Sevilla become the first side to win the Europa League on four occasions by securing a thrilling win over Dnipro.
Flood waters flow over a dam southwest of Dallas as a large part of the southern US continued to reel from floods brought on by powerful storms.
A US fraternity is banned from operating for three years after Penn State University officials accused the chapter of hazing, drug use and harassment by its members.
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Jack Warner, a former Fifa vice-president, is accused of soliciting $10m in bribes from South Africa's government over the hosting of the 2010 World Cup.
The chief executive of CBS says the US TV network will 'probably' sign a deal with Apple TV.
Sri Lanka's cricket body says officials accused of harassing female players have been removed but that there are "no grounds" for criminal proceedings.
Colombia's largest rebel group says one of its peace negotiators, Jairo Martinez, was among 27 people killed in a bombing raid last week.
A Kenyan court orders a private hospital to pay $48,000 (£31,000) to a woman who became pregnant despite having a contraceptive implant.
Third seed and 2014 runner-up Simona Halep is knocked out of the French Open by world number 70 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have bombed a special forces camp in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, killing at least 36 people, officials and witnesses say.
Swedish Eurovision winner Mans Zelmerlow soars to number five in the mid-week music chart with his upbeat song Heroes.
The BBC's Zubair Ahmed reports from a village near Delhi where women are working all day under the blazing sun to earn just four dollars a day in order to feed their children.
The European Commission urges EU states to take in 40,000 asylum seekers from Syria and Eritrea who land in Italy and Greece in the next two years.
Heatwave conditions continue to sweep India where more than 1,100 people have died in the past week, officials say.
Nigeria's army sacks at least 200 soldiers for cowardice and failure to fight against Boko Haram militants, several soldiers tell the BBC.
Islamic State fighters have been driven out of Assyrian Christian villages they had seized in north-eastern Syria in February, activists say.
At least 17 Iraqi soldiers have been killed in a wave of suicide bombings by Islamic State militants in Anbar province, security officials say.
Pakistani investigators detain the head of a global internet technology firm suspected of an alleged multi-million dollar fraud selling fake degrees online.
Two-time Oscar winning actor Jessica Lange is set to return to New York's Broadway next year in Eugene O'Neill's play Long Day's Journey Into Night.
Hamas committed serious human rights abuses including killings and torture of Palestinian civilians in 2014, Amnesty International says.
New York's theatreland enjoys its best ever season for 2014-2015, breaking box office and attendance records.
Amnesty International has accused the Palestinian group, Hamas, of a brutal campaign of abduction, torture and killings against its own people.
An Italian organised crime boss convicted for more than 20 murders has been caught in Brazil after 31 years on the run.
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