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Updated: 3 hours 23 min ago
Millions go to the polls on Thursday, leaving the big parties with much to think about.
The event will include a broadcast of the opening of the British Normandy Memorial in France.
A new variant that can escape the current vaccines is the greatest risk of a third wave, experts say.
The Covid pandemic has changed the character of this Holyrood election, but the constitution is still the main dividing line.
Lab staff are working long unpaid hours to reduce the impact Covid is having on cancer research.
BBC Panorama speaks to young people who say their dreams have been crushed due to their immigration status.
Riyad Mahrez scores twice as Manchester City seal an aggregate win over Paris St-Germain to reach their first European final in 51 years.
A mum believes her disabled son is being failed by the social care system.
The service encourages customers to sell back furniture they no longer need in return for vouchers to spend in-store.
Johnny Ward is part of a four-man rowing team that has crossed the Atlantic Ocean in a single boat.
Wednesday's papers react to the collapse of a trial of two ex-paratroopers who served in Northern Ireland.
The peer and ex-MP will instead use his position in Parliament to "advance the cause of the union".
Scotland's party leaders have clashed for the final time in the Holyrood campaign - what did we learn?
Political leaders appeal for votes in key seats in north, south and mid Wales.
The students stepped forward to help chaperone women home after a hoax rape post on social media.
The SNP leader denies claims she could seek to hold an "illegal" referendum if her party wins a majority.
Both men have been formally acquitted of killing Official IRA man Joe McCann in Belfast.
Police were called to Brent Cross shopping centre over reports of a fight.
Julia James's daughter asked people to pay their respects to her from their doorsteps.
The threat comes amid an escalating row between France and the UK over post-Brexit fishing rights.