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Volkswagen profit tumbles 20% in the first three months of 2016 as it continues to grapple with the fallout from the diesel emissions scandal.
Leading Leave campaigners say the UK would be able to scrap VAT on fuel outside the EU - but George Osborne says this is "fantasy economics".
The polls suggest Scotland is leaning towards a Remain vote in the EU referendum. James Naughtie went to Glasgow to find out why.
The first set of photographs featuring some cast members of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in costume has been released.
President Francois Hollande of France insists that a controversial labour reform will not be withdrawn as strike action looms on the railways.
The FTSE 100 rose on Tuesday following the holiday on Monday, as Chinese stock markets posted their biggest daily gain for three months.
The secret stories and key characteristics that transformed a six-year-old stand-in keeper into the most exciting England striker for a decade.
Almost 75% of older children in England and Wales with diabetes are not getting key health checks, a study suggests.
One-armed shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton finishes a career-best third in the Fiji Women's Pro surfing event.
The latest in the EU referendum campaign, migrant smuggling by sea, health issues and a cricket milestone make the front pages.
North Korea has attempted to fire a ballistic missile off its east coast but the launch appears to have failed, South Korean military officials say.
Iraqi forces are continuing the second day of their assault to retake the city of Falluja from the so-called Islamic State group.
Wildlife authorities in Thailand are removing tigers from a controversial Buddhist temple after accusations of wildlife trafficking and animal abuse.
An inquiry into historical child sex abuse in Northern Ireland is due to begin examining allegations relating to the former Kincora Boys' Home.
Unusual laws you might unknowingly break
A look back at one of the world's busiest airports
A woman killed by a crocodile in Australia's far-north was on a trip to celebrate the end of her friend's cancer treatment.
The length of UK roads covered by permanent average speed cameras has more than doubled since 2013, new figures reveal.
High Streets and public spaces in some areas of the UK no longer have any council-run public lavatories, the BBC learns.
Families of victims of the Winterbourne View scandal write to the prime minister demanding he shuts outdated care home institutions.