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Bruno Le Roux gave parliamentary work to his daughters when they were teenagers.
Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson calls for government assurances in its dealings with George Osborne.
Nicola Sturgeon insists Scotland's future should be decided by its people rather than being "imposed upon us".
Eddie Jones says the British and Irish Lions should name four captains - one from each of their four national teams.
Laptops and tablets will not be allowed on some inbound routes from the Middle East and North Africa.
Southern, Merseyrail and Arriva Trains North staff will walk out for 24 hours on 8 April.
Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic, has taken the decision to remove the horns from its white rhinos for their safety.
Summit of EU member states to discuss Brexit to be held on 29 April, a month after UK triggers Article 50.
Among the hundreds of Record Store Day releases, here are 10 you might actually want.
Claire Turnham tried to buy Ed Sheeran tickets - and ended up leading a campaign against Viagogo.
The crime writer died peacefully at his home in Oxford on Tuesday, his publisher says.
Laptops, e-readers and games consoles are among the items banned from cabin luggage on some flights.
Baby Dominique is recovering in the US after an operation to separate her from her parasitic twin.
The paintings were stolen in Amsterdam in 2002 but were found in an Italian mafia house last year.
The Hollywood A-lister turned up unexpectedly at a care home in Berkshire with flowers and a card.
It's going to be based on her famous song and features a young girl called Mariah who falls in love with a dog called Jack.
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Paris and Los Angeles say they are only interested in hosting the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics - and not the 2028 Games.
Manchester United defender Phil Jones pulls out of the England squad after picking up an injury in training.
Martin McGuinness was a senior commander within the Provisional IRA for many years, reports BBC NI's Vincent Kearney.