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Barnsley sack assistant boss Tommy Wright following allegations of football corruption in a Daily Telegraph investigation.
Lewis Hamilton says he needs to "drive better" in Malaysia this weekend to get his world title campaign back on track.
More than 16m people in the UK have savings of less than £100, a study by the Money Advice Service (MAS) finds.
Sir Cliff Richard talks moving on with his life and reveals the single from his new album.
Icelandic capital switches off street lights to give people a better view of the Aurora Borealis.
A woman who campaigned to raise awareness of sepsis following the death of her son gives birth to a boy.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has released a virtual preview of its new £16m rollercoaster which is set to open in 2018.
A teenage girl walking to school is abducted by two men and subjected to a serious sexual assault.
India's army carries out "surgical strikes" against suspected militants along the de-facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir.
A look at the high-minded ideals of the BBC's Third Programme, which made its debut radio broadcast on 29 September 1946.
Former US President Bill Clinton was among those paying their respects as Israel's former PM and President Shimon Peres lay in state.
Do you know your Trotskyists from your anarcho-syndicalists?
Badges are being handed out on the London Underground, with the aim of encouraging commuters to start talking with one another.
Injured midfielder Aaron Ramsey is missing from Chris Coleman's Wales squad for October's World Cup qualifiers.
Campaigners are concerned that a highly accurate test that can identify babies with Down's syndrome during pregnancy will lead to more terminations.
Samsung has confirmed it is in talks with US consumer watchdogs after a lawsuit against the firm over "exploding" washing machines.
The rainbow flag symbolising gay pride is sent into space using a high-altitude balloon.
Sir Cliff Richard says he is relieved that the "cloud" of sex abuse allegations against him has lifted.
Campaigners call for reform as figures reveal taxpayers are paying more than £400,000 a year to subsidise a Saudi billionaire's farm.
A giant "thumbs up" sculpture - titled Really Good - has been erected on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. But how much do you know about thumbs?