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Northern Ireland's slim hopes of qualifying automatically for the Euro 2020 finals are over as they draw 0-0 with the Netherlands in Belfast.
The result was announced at Sinn Féin's annual conference, which took place this year in Londonderry.
The councils making the most money from parking are mainly in London, the RAC Foundation says.
Greater Manchester's mayor is to talk to the prime minister in the wake of the major blaze in Bolton.
Calls grow for an inquiry into claims Brexit Party candidates were offered Lords seats to step aside.
MSP Anas Sarwar says Glasgow's health board is "not fit for purpose" over its handling of infection problems.
The £3bn warship received a warm welcome and will be based in the city along with its sister ship.
There were "failings and dishonesty" in the actions of a GP over the death of a 12-year-old boy.
Boris Johnson announces £640m for more forests while Jo Swinson aims for 60 million new trees.
Trees are the latest green battleground in the election campaign, writes BBC Science editor David Shukman.