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Updated: 1 hour 52 min ago
How Brexit led to the downfall of the UK's second female prime minister.
The prime minister says she will leave office on 7 June, having failed to deliver the UK's exit from the EU.
The 'life-changing' injection has been approved for use in Scotland, but not yet in England.
The gold sovereign from 1819, being offered via a ballot, is one of only 10 left in the world.
After 22 years, the song's writer Richard Ashcroft has got the rights back from the Rolling Stones.
A Cornwall dog owner had the skin torn off her middle finger by a lead wound tightly round her hand.
At just a few weeks old, Shuck is showing he has what it takes to be a thatcher's mate.
Wannabe animators from across the world are now flocking to Middlesbrough.
The event at Norwich Cathedral commemorates John Wilson, who was made an MBE for services to angling.
Police were attending a security alert close to a polling station in Londonderry when they were attacked.
The US is hoping to extradite the Wikileaks co-founder, who is currently in jail in the UK.
Senior cabinet ministers expect the PM to outline a timetable on Friday for her successor to be chosen.
Carl Beech told police his dog was taken as a warning when he missed a meeting with his abusers.
Stonewall says it is "not a new rule" but a campaigner says the policy is "absolutely disgusting".
Bob Higgins, who "held supreme power" over young footballers' careers, is convicted of 45 offences.
Thousands of EU citizens have been unable to vote in the European elections, a campaign group says.
Court sees image of the moment a police shot comes through pub window, striking another man in the head.
Richard Ashcroft says Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have relinquished their claim on the song.
Inspectors, council staff and NHS officials went in twice week on average in the year before Panorama expose.
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.