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The search giant promises a degree of Britishness in its smart home assistant, Google Home.
BBC London's home affairs correspondent Nick Beake answers your questions about the Westminster attack.
A new Twenty20 tournament planned by the ECB "will be a roaring success", says former England captain Michael Vaughan.
The front page focusing on the legs of the prime minister and first minister is called sexist.
A rape survivor whose attack led to a judge saying drunk women were putting themselves in danger has defended the comments, saying the judge was "right".
Theresa May says she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March - starting Brexit negotiations.
The Canadian rapper says he was advised not to appear in Amsterdam on medical grounds.
Profiles of eight people who will work out the detail of the exit deal.
Tesco pays a fine and will compensate investors but avoids prosecution for overstating profits in 2014.
A survey is warning that roads in in England and Wales need billions of pounds spending on them.
Statement says she is "saddened and shocked" by deaths and wishes injured a "speedy recovery".
British number one Johanna Konta eases into the quarter-finals of the Miami Open with a 7-5 6-1 victory over Lara Arruabarrena.
Rape victim Megan Clark agrees with judge who said women put themselves in danger when they are drunk.
Other participants in the Philadelphia Love Run gave her a helping hand - or two.
Where has the €60bn figure come from and is the UK likely to pay it for Brexit?
Assessing the impact of impending Brexit on the EU and its institutions.
Dancer Donna McKechnie recalls how choreographer and husband Michael Bennett created A Chorus Line.
How a rescue dog is helping people to get out of hospital more quickly.
The tool will calculate the risk of the disease based on blood tests, symptoms and a GP's advice.
Three dozen men stopped President Trump's health bill. Who are they, and what power do they have?