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Parsons Green attacker Ahmed Hassan didn’t consent to deradicalisation scheme, his mentor says.
BBC Sport went to find out how and why Yorkshire has its own international football team.
Linda Brown was nine when she was denied entry to a white school, becoming the focus of a landmark case.
Searches continue for John Fisher who fell overboard in the Atlantic during a round-the-world race.
Your morning briefing for 27 March 2018.
Shenkin IV, the goat from the Royal Welsh regiment, predicts the winner between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker.
Thameslink say automated services will able to run every two minutes during the rush hour,
At least 26 forces in England and Wales have begun using new technology to extract data from phones.
Ex-PM Tony Blair is among the Labour figures telling Jeremy Corbyn to do more to tackle anti-Semitism.
Australia joins more than 20 other countries in expelling Russian diplomats over UK spy poisoning.
When powerful women began talking about their experience of sexual abuse, it had an effect on some of the most powerless women in the UK.
Across Great Britain, adults are drinking less often. So how are tastes changing and why are they cutting back?
A new book tells the history of the first US black millionaires – and how they spent their riches.
Artist Damien Hirst is exhibiting giant sculptures in the grounds of Houghton Hall in Norfolk.
Michael Fuller is autistic and could play Mozart by ear aged 11. Now he’s a classical composer.
Sebastian Vettel’s win in Australia will have hurt Lewis Hamilton and gives Ferrari a huge boost, says BBC F1 columnist Jolyon Palmer.
Open debate in university must be protected from intimidation and bureaucracy, say MPs and peers.
Grammar schools achieve better results only because of their more able, wealthier pupils, a study suggests.
The Metropolitan Police’s request for money to continue its search for Madeleine McCann is approved.