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First-time buyers who purchase a house this year will have already spent £52,900 on rent, research for a landlords' trade body suggests.
Agreement has been reached by foreign ministers meeting in Munich on a nationwide Syria ceasefire to start in one week's time, US's John Kerry says.
Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables.
People in England are living longer than ever before in older age, a report from Public Health England says.
Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh denies "mesmerising" David Cameron and senior politicians to gain millions in public funding.
Research for a teaching union suggests new tests for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school.
Taxpayers could end up out of pocket because not enough companies want to bid to run rail franchises in England and Wales, a group of MPs warn.
Spear-fishing expert Colin Chester explains the appeal of fishing off Ascension Island.
As the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches meet for the first time in 1,000 years, Sarah Rainsford assesses what it means to followers of both in Moscow.
The concerns of minority voters will loom large in the next debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
More evidence has come to light of the way Iraqi and Syrian children are being targeted by so-called Islamic State.
Salford Red Devils produce a stunning display to demolish St Helens with an eight-try hammering at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Former Sheffield United and QPR boss Neil Warnock is appointed Rotherham manager until the end of the season.
The full line-up of presenters set to front the new series of Top Gear has been announced.
Scientists say the discovery of gravitational waves will open the window on the formation of the universe.
The strange and terrifying works of the painter Hieronymous Bosch have been gathered in his home town, Den Bosch, in the Netherlands for the first time.
Adam Johnson is sacked by Sunderland after pleading guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child and one charge of grooming.
MSPs vote on a Scottish rate of income tax for the first time, deciding to keep rates at the current levels.
One armed protester remains in an Oregon wildlife reserve, as three surrender after a 41-day stand-off.
IAAF president Lord Coe accuses Nestle of hypocrisy after it ends its sponsorship of the Kids' Athletics programme.