Theresa May celebrates Tory victory in Copeland as Jeremy Corbyn insists he will carry on despite Labour's "disappointing" loss.
The N Korean leader's half-brother was killed by a substance classified as a weapon of mass destruction.
The 29-year-old killed by a "coffee table-sized" object in Wolverhampton is named as Tahnie Martin.
Trevor Timon attacked "kind and gentle" Oliver Dearlove in an "unprovoked and gratuitous act".
Restoring the pancreas through diet could be "immensely" beneficial, doctors say.
Reality star and activist Caitlyn Jenner records a message for Donald Trump, over protecting transgender students.
Royal Mail says the rises are necessary to maintain the universal service.
The news comes as the family of the five-year-old revealed he had a new tumour.
Universities in England will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter, fast-track degree courses.
US study explores "orgasm gap" between genders and different sexual orientations.
Briton Susan Howarth and her husband were attacked at their farm in an early-morning raid.
Child abuse allegations have been made against French and UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.
Lord Waddington, who was home secretary under Margaret Thatcher, dies at the age of 87.
The actress speaks for the first time about why she won't appear in Red Nose Day Actually.
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A video of yoga being done in kilts in a cold forest in Highland Perthshire has become a viral hit on social media.
UKIP’s only MP Douglas Carswell has denied blocking a knighthood for his former leader Nigel Farage.
Most people with this serious sleep condition don't realise they have it.
A six-metre-long "hairy" sea creature has washed up on the shore of Dinagat Island in the Philippines and it's left people on Facebook questioning what it is.
The path of destruction left in the wake of Storm Doris makes most of the front pages.
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Honour crime campaigner Jasvinder Sanghera recounts her blighted childhood and her fight for change.
Labour's defeat in Copeland illustrates three inter-linked problems facing the party.
Nigel Farage claims Malmo is the rape capital of Europe.
It may seem simple - we like chocolate because it tastes nice. But there's more to it than that - and it relates to a balance that is set right from the very beginning of our lives.
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?
A teenager and aspiring community leader shares her perspective on colourism - discrimination based on the darkness of a skin tone.
The substance could have easily been smuggled into Malaysia without detection, expert Bruce Bennett says.
Leicester caretaker boss Craig Shakespeare denies a player revolt led to the sacking of Claudio Ranieri as manager.
Forget jackals, these guys are hyenas - the aggressive beasts who are turnover kings at the ruck. Jeremy Guscott has picked his top six.
Martha Ruiz counts the Oscars votes and talks about the measures she takes to keep the results safe.
How to create visual effects worthy of an Oscar nomination, by one of the creators of Dr Strange's worlds
Hollywood's celebrities are in a final whirl of pre-Oscars parties, awards, dinners - and protests.
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Will this year's Oscars need to create an extra award - for best anti-Donald Trump speech?
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The Oscar-nominated actress was speaking after she was awarded her OBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.