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The UKIP leader will seek votes in the seat that recorded the highest Leave vote last year.
It took European Union leaders a minute to unanimously agree negotiating guidelines.
Tom Harrison took more than six days to cover 26.2 miles on all fours for a gorilla charity.
Dashcam footage shows the driver making a U-turn before driving straight at the car and ramming it.
The prime minister is to speak at a rally during her first election campaign trip to Scotland.
Ryan Gibbons, charged with the murder of the ex-Royal Navy officer, is due back in court next week.
Esther Poucher, 16, asked MP Andrew Turner a question at college - hours later he stepped down.
Surgeon Ian Paterson was convicted of intentionally wounding patients with unnecessary operations.
Jade Edgington was 16 when disgraced surgeon Ian Paterson first operated on her unnecessarily.
Sgt Alexander Blackman praises his wife for her role in his release from jail after a Taliban killing.
Breakin' Convention brings together the world's finest at Sadler's Wells Video Journalist: Alex Stanger. Producer: Claudia Redmond
A 'broken' housing market needs a bigger contribution from smaller building firms, MPs say.
There is a stark difference between a strong leader and a strong leadership, says Archie Brown.
A father and son's experiences of starting out on the housing ladder
Parents of disabled children are often positive about the situation - but one mother says her children's autism has left her with "dark thoughts".
Nicola Hebson "recycles" road-kill and says she likes the idea of the animals being "reborn" into art.
One of the high-society Mitford sisters, Unity, caused a scandal thanks to her relationship with Adolf Hitler. So how did she end up in a Warwickshire vicarage?
Three vloggers are speaking directly to their mental illnesses.
Is there life on Mars? Did you enjoy being pregnant? Bananarama tackle questions from the 1980s.
Heads will be told grammar school expansion in England is "for the few at the expense of the many".