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Doddie Weir's friends and family say the former rugby hero's charity work will continue after his death.
Transport Secretary Mark Harper says the UK does not have "a proper seven-day railway" network.
Police launch a double murder inquiry after a man and a woman die in a house in Sheffield.
The Wellcome Collection says its Medicine Man display will end on Sunday after a 15-year run.
It was called for after a report found London Fire Brigade to be "institutionally misogynist and racist".
Wales' World Cup journey was started by the late manager, say fans on the anniversary of his death.
Teaching union says children in Northern Ireland are being "cheated of their present and future".
Liam Smith's body was dumped in a street covered in “potentially hazardous” substances, police say.
The suicide of Ricky Jones revealed a series of allegedly racist and sexist texts among officers.
A sale was agreed for Manchester city centre's only synagogue for £15m last year.
A lack of alcohol and all games in one city are described as the Qatar World Cup's great strengths.
Adm Sir Ben Key says independent investigations into complaints would "lead to less good outcomes".
The Sunday Telegraph reports about 4,000 patients a day are waiting more than 12 hours in A&E.
Cate Blanchett, Steven Spielberg and Kirsty Young will appear in series of specials in December.
David Stirling, the Scot known as the founder of the SAS, was not what you would expect of a military hero.
The number of cases among those to have recently arrived in the UK exceeds 50, the BBC understands.
Europe's first dedicated black music station, Dread Broadcasting Corporation
Stacey McDonnell and Darren Setford live in Leicester and are full-time carers for family members.
Scientists are searching through a museum's wheat collection to find the crop of the future.
Due to the closeness and timings of the incidents, police say they are trying to establish if they are linked.