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Loic Remy's late winner extends Chelsea's Premier League lead over Manchester City to six points.
The welfare of animals, including owls, at a Warner Bros Harry Potter studio tour is to be reviewed after concerns about their treatment.
A Tory election candidate suspended by his party tells the BBC he did not seek a "fake" English Defence League march to help win votes.
Ben Spencer's last-minute penalty ensures Saracens beat 2014 champions Exeter 23-20 in a thrilling LV= Cup final.
Police investigating historical child abuse claims are handed fresh claims relating to late Labour MP Leo Abse and ex-Commons speaker George Thomas.
A 100,000-tonne US aircraft carrier carrying over 5,000 sailors arrives in the Solent.
Anti-UKIP protesters invade a pub in south London where the party leader is having lunch with his family.
Belfast-born actor and director Sir Kenneth Branagh speaks out against cuts to the arts in Northern Ireland.
Two veteran RAF glider pilots return to the "cockpit" at a museum in Gloucestershire to mark the 70th anniversary of Operation Varsity.
Liverpool's Steven Gerrard apologises for being sent off against Manchester United just 38 seconds after coming on.
A son of Viktor Yanukovych reportedly drowns in Lake Baikal in Russia - the latest in a series of deaths of people close to Ukraine's ex-president.
Hearts "congratulate everyone connected with the club" after securing the Scottish Championship title.
Representatives of European far-right parties hold a forum in St Petersburg organised by a pro-Kremlin grouping, with a protest outside broken up.
Steven Gerrard is sent off 38 seconds after coming on as a half-time substitute as Manchester United beat Liverpool.
A Syrian government helicopter crashes in Idlib province, with four crew captured and one killed, activists say.
Homophobic and abusive tweet sent to Welsh referee Nigel Owens is being investigated by police.
A "most wanted" fugitive who killed an off-duty fireman with a single punch in Coventry is arrested in the Canary Islands.