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The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her pool-playing skills on a visit to a children's charity in south Wales.
The FA Cup quarter-finals between Chelsea and Manchester United and Tottenham and Millwall will be broadcast live on BBC One.
A round-up of some of the weird and wonderful outfits to have come out of this season's London Fashion Week.
The European places that permit opposite-sex civil union - although rights for couples vary.
Three couples speak of their struggle to stay in the UK with their partners because of visa rules.
Manchester United's Juan Mata tells Gary Lineker he would love to take over as the presenter of Match of the Day when he retires from playing football.
Ahead of her Brits show, Katy fills in Nick Grimshaw on the power of performing as a thirty-something, and what it's like seeing her peers in the audience.
New video is released of an Antarctic ice crack that may produce a giant iceberg.
Cressida Dick becomes the first woman to lead London's police force in its 188-year history.
Firms "particularly adversely affected" by business rate changes may get help, Theresa May says.
Jamal al-Harith had reportedly received £1m in compensation after being held at Guantanamo Bay.
Labour's Tom Watson appeared to "dab" during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.
Shakespeare students are rehearsing their lines together - even though they are 1,600 miles apart.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton says he believes the new faster Formula 1 cars this year will be a "massive challenge".
Armed men helped Shaun Walmsley escape as officers were putting him in a taxi, the BBC understands.
The fiance of the suffocated children's author Helen Bailey has been found guilty of murder.
Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney is unlikely to leave Old Trafford for the Chinese Super League this month.
Helen Bailey was drugged and suffocated by her fiance and her body thrown in a cesspit.
At least 800 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist organisations in Syria and Iraq, according to British officials. But what do we know about them?
Heard the term but not sure what it means? Chris Fawkes explains.