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For Sue Jenkins, whose 88-year-old mother needs round-the-clock care, life can be very difficult.
Jeremy Corbyn will address Scottish trade unionists - as will the SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon.
The pair will contest the second round on 7 May with the centrist Emmanuel Macron as favourite.
Law enforcement agencies around the world are concerned about an increase in fake celebrity social media accounts.
We asked 100 Americans what they think about President Trump's first 100 days.
Roadsides are often littered with rubbish and weeds but they are havens for rare flowers.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg speaks movingly about her grief after the sudden death of her husband.
The 98-year-old grandmother from India's Tamil Nadu state who leads a yoga dynasty.
Drivers say a "dead man's handle" safety device often does not stop trams when drivers fall asleep.
A profile of John Timpson, the boss of family-owned shoe repair firm Timpson, which has a very unusual recruitment policy.
Harvey Bowden, the boss of Harvey Water Softeners, says it's vital to put family before business.
Researchers have named nearly five million victims of the Holocaust, but they are in a race against time to identify the rest, reports Raffi Berg.
The fine for doing 51mph in a 30mph zone, or 101 mph on the motorway, will increase by 50%.
Two "outsider" presidential candidates lead to headlines about a new order for French politics.
Arthur Collins, the partner of Towie star Ferne McCann, faces 15 charges.
Chelsea's N'Golo Kante is voted the PFA Player of the Year for 2016-17, with Tottenham's Dele Alli picking up the young player award.
Police say bomb left outside gates of Belfast primary school could have killed or seriously injured.
Pep Guardiola must lift his players quickly to ensure they qualify for next season's Champions League, argues Jermaine Jenas,
Christian Benteke returns to haunt his former club as Crystal Palace beat Liverpool to take a giant stride towards survival.
Sir Peter Blake said he hopes Liverpool people will accept him as an "honorary Scouser".