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Thousands of oysters are being brought back to the area for the first time in more than 60 years.
Jeremy Hunt suggests MPs will only be asked to vote again when ministers are "confident" of victory.
The 10-tonne bronze figure of a woman in a crouching position has been paraded into Plymouth on a barge.
Fans say they feel misled by OWNAFC amid claims they could "take charge of a real life football club".
Average spend reaches £69 as people stay out for longer, says a report into the night-time economy.
Francis Lee's Ammonite, about pioneering fossil collector Mary Anning, stars Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.
Claire Colebourn tried to take her own life after murdering her daughter but was revived by paramedics.
Three teenagers are dead following an apparent crush at a St Patrick's Day event at a Cookstown hotel.
He rang police to report another driver involved in a crash was drunk, but was over the limit himself.
Severe disruption on Paris-to-London services continues on another day of industrial action.
Harmonie-Rose Allen, five, was cheered by crowds as she crossed the finish line in Bath.
On the anniversary of Crimea's annexation, this is how the BBC discovered Russian troops were involved.
Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.
For the first time a new documentary tells the full story of Chris Sievey, the man behind the mask.
The UK's capital has grown rapidly, yet more Britons leave the city than arrive.
Sanaz (not her real name) ran away from home aged 13 after taking an overdose in a bid to escape from a forced marriage.
The Friendship Choir in Bradford helps asylum seekers and refugees.
When Robin Hutson failed his school exams he went into the hotel industry instead, and made his fortune.
Paris to London services are severely disrupted by industrial action by French customs officers.
The chancellor says the PM's deal will not return to the Commons this week without enough backing.