Labour was the best-funded political party in the UK in 2013, with an income of £33.3m, according to the Electoral Commission.
A note of a crucial radio message to the police control box at Hillsborough "vanished from the record", the inquests into the disaster hear.
Scotland's silver in the male gymnastics team event breaks the country's Commonwealth Games medal record.
Prime Minister David Cameron is meeting the families of British victims of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 plane crash at Downing Street.
Michael Adebolajo loses the first stage of an appeal against his conviction and sentence for the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby.
A series of changes to restrict benefits to some EU migrants is unveiled as David Cameron warns people who are in the UK illegally "we will find you, we will send you home".
Nearly 100 jobs are under threat at a recycling plant in Newport, a union says.
Peers reject calls for a new law on "revenge porn" but urge social media sites to prevent users hiding behind anonymous screen names.
Police say they believe eight hate crime attacks in east Belfast were "orchestrated".
An eco-friendly 'hobbit-style' home faces demolition after being refused retrospective planning permission by Pembrokeshire council.
A man who killed his girlfriend's six-week-old baby by battering him with a shoe and plastic bottle is found guilty of manslaughter.
An NHS worker is jailed for four years over a fraud in which £642,000 meant for cancer drugs was stolen from a leading hospital.
A 68-year-old man drowns while trying to swim to a lake island to remove two Irish tricolour flags in County Armagh.
An 85-year-old woman, Eleanor Whitelaw, who was found seriously injured in her Edinburgh home, dies two weeks later.
Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars about £10 to drive into central London to tackle high levels of air pollution, are being considered.
The home of the DUP mayor of Coleraine, County Londonderry, is attacked for the third time in under a year.
Oil giant BP reports a rise in second quarter profits to $3.2bn (£1.9bn), but warns that further economic sanctions against Russia could affect its business.
Calls to create a new criminal offence of "revenge porn" have been rejected by a House of Lords committee.
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People who missed Commonwealth Games events due to transport problems in and around Glasgow at the weekend are told they can apply for refunds.
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Police have recovered what they believe are parts for an explosive device after a search of a property in Strabane, County Tyrone.
London's Gherkin skyscraper is put up for sale, with interest expected from Chinese, other Asian, and US buyers.
The Queen's horse Estimate is declared to run at Glorious Goodwood despite recently testing positive for morphine.
Deep-cleaning machines resembling Daleks are being used to cut hospital infections like C. diff in north Wales but a report says the problem is "still too high".
Average house prices in Scotland rose by 5.9% over the past year, according to figures released by Registers of Scotland.
A dancer from Hull who became the first British dancer to be employed by the Mariinsky Ballet in Russia returns to the UK to perform with the company at Covent Garden.
Hywel Griffith reports on the growth of shoplifting offences in North Wales.
Some heart patients in Wales will continue to be sent to England for surgery to cut waiting lists.
A 14-month-old boy is left with serious facial injuries after being mauled by a bull terrier-type dog in Huddersfield.
A heavily pregnant woman stuck waist-deep in mud is among eight people rescued by hovercraft from mudflats in Weston-super-Mare.
Bodybuilder Lee believes he is unable to have children because he has been taking steroids for 25 years.
'Unlawful bankers' and new diesel charges
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Former band mates of Ian Watkins talk of his child abuse conviction
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Gabriel Prokofiev debuts WW1 concerto
NHS privatisation is "being forced through at pace and scale", and should be halted until the general election, says Labour's shadow health secretary.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal will not rush to make signings despite "having" to play with wing-backs recently.
The prisoners who grew 33,000 lettuces
A 16-year-old girl has been released from hospital following an incident at a "car cruising" event in which a vehicle ploughed into a crowd, injuring 17 people.
Lightning strikes, hail, torrential rain and flash flooding cause severe travel problems across large areas of south-east England.
Conservative MP David Ruffley, who had been criticised after receiving a police caution for common assault, is to retire from Parliament at the next election.
Marine experts have said a dolphin spotted in the River Severn in Gloucestershire will make its own way back to the sea.
A dog owner discovers his pet Newfoundland had swallowed a £500 watch when the alarm went off inside the animal.
Two Australian Commonwealth Games hockey players who found the Queen had 'photo-bombed' their selfie have tried to have their photo taken with Prince Harry.
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It's 250 years since the death of William Hogarth. His famous work Gin Lane still informs the way people think about the drink.
Why do some of Germany's wealthiest families dodge the limelight and avoid conspicuous consumption?
In the US, the number of people who chase tornados is growing - why do they put themselves in danger?
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.
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Mehdi Nemmouche, the suspected gunman in a fatal shooting at a museum in Brussels in May, has been extradited to Belgium from France.
China's former security chief Zhou Yongkang has been placed under investigation for "serious disciplinary violation", state media say.
More than 100 Palestinians are said to have been killed on Tuesday as Israel intensifies its bombardment of Gaza and warns of a long conflict ahead.
How social media is changing comedy in China
Airbus cancels its contract with Japan's Skymark Airlines for the purchase of six A380 aircraft.
Andrew Harding reports on the ongoing violence in the Central Africa Republic.
The European Union is set to back new sanctions against Russia, targeting its finance, energy and defence sectors over the conflict in Ukraine.
SkyAlert, a Mexican company which issues seismic warnings, apologises for sending a false earthquake alert to users in Mexico City on Monday.
The Japanese schoolgirl arrested on Sunday has reportedly confessed to killing and dismembering her classmate, say local media
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg says the timing of the first safety car deployment at the Hungarian GP affected his chance of winning.
Liberia suspends all football activities in an effort to control the spread of Ebola, as the number of people killed by the virus in West Africa reaches 672.
James Shigeta, one of the first prominent Asian-American actors who memorably appeared in 1988 film Die Hard as business executive Mr Takagi, dies aged 81.
Weightlifting gold medallist Chika Amalaha of Nigeria is provisionally suspended from Commonwealth Games for failing a drugs test.
An anti-monopoly investigation into US technology giant Microsoft is launched by Chinese authorities.
The president of La Liga wants to attract the world's best players to Spain and rival the financial power of the Premier League.
An EU war crimes prosecutor accuses ex-Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) commanders of grave offences in the 1999 war against Serbia.
Two Pussy Riot activists who were imprisoned for performing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral are suing the Russian government.
Critics say Gillian Anderson gives the performance of her career in A Streetcar Named Desire at London's Young Vic.
UBS, Switzerland's biggest bank, says it is responding to US investigations surrounding a private trading system known as "dark pools".
Italy offers to help extinguish a huge blaze that has engulfed the biggest fuel storage facility in the Libyan capital, Libya's government says.
A Chinese official tells the BBC 13 people were killed on Monday in the latest outbreak of violence in the western region of Xinjiang
Donna Tartt's best-selling novel The Goldfinch is to be turned into a film, with Rush Hour director Brett Ratner among its producers.
A suicide bomber kills Hashmat Karzai, an influential cousin of President Hamid Karzai in the southern city of Kandahar.
Australia approves a $15.5bn (£9bn) coal project despite concern over its potential environmental impact, including on the Great Barrier Reef.
The US accuses Russia of violating a Cold War arms treaty by testing a nuclear cruise missile, saying the breach is "very serious".
A team of Dutch forensic investigators will again try to access the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine.
The UN blacklists the operator of a North Korean ship seized near the Panama Canal in July 2013 with undeclared Cuban weapons on board.
The French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, has confirmed that the pilots of a plane that crashed in Mali last Thursday had asked for a change of course.
Muslims across the world are taking part in Eid celebrations to mark the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
The child beggars struggling to get by in the Indian capital, Delhi
The summer movies criticising US drone policies
Fifty years of data about endangered primates goes online
The family agreement that can tear happy couples apart
A US judge rules that the LA Clippers basketball team can be sold, despite the objections of banned co-owner Donald Sterling.
The Chinese doctors who say they can 'cure' homosexuality
Kerry's diplomatic efforts draw fire from Israeli media
Russia will appeal against a court decision ordering it to pay the biggest compensation package to date, amounting to $50bn (£29.5bn) in damages.
A four-week strike in South Africa's steel and engineering industries has come to an end after the country's biggest trade union sealed a deal with employers.
Jury selection begins in the corruption trial of ex-Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, accused of accepting loans and lavish gifts from a supporter.
How CAR's armed youths hold a silent majority hostage
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has scored three goals in an exhibition match to open a new stadium in Istanbul.
Emirates Airline will stop flying over Iraq to protect its passengers from the threat of Islamic militants on the ground, according to reports.
France says it is ready to offer asylum to Iraqi Christians forced to flee by Islamic State militants holding the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Fears recede over the fate of a Russian space satellite carrying gecko lizards as part of a sex experiment, after ground control restores contact.
A koala has had an extraordinary escape clinging to the bottom of a car on a busy Australian highway.
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A new bus service has been launched in Hong Kong for pet lovers.
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