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Up to 50 homes are evacuated and a man is arrested after explosives are found at a house in South Yorkshire.
Police investigating the shooting of a city trader at a station in Essex arrest a 51-year-old man.
A Cold War-era nuclear fallout bunker in the Derbyshire countryside is up for auction.
Manchester United keep their slim hopes of a top-four Premier League finish alive with victory over struggling West Brom.
Substitute Olivier Giroud scores two late goals as Arsenal beat Everton to reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Police appeal for witnesses after a pedestrian dies after being hit by a bus in Denbighshire.
Russia's foreign minister says the crisis in Ukraine was "created artificially for purely geopolitical reasons" as tension over Crimea continues.
Labour calls for an inquiry into the disclosure of a radioactive fault found at a nuclear submarine reactor test site in the Scottish Highlands in 2012.
St Johnstone book their place in the Scottish Cup semi-final draw with a deserved win over Raith Rovers.
A stun gun disguised as a mobile phone and a knife is seized from a 14-year-old boy by police in Manchester.
The former head of an Irish child protection watchdog may sue a Catholic bishop over a report that praised safeguarding practices within the bishop's diocese.
Visitors to Birling Gap in East Sussex are warned to stay away from the cliff edge after a series of chalk falls during the week.
Vitaliy Lukyanenko wins Ukraine's first gold at the Sochi Winter Paralympics, in the men's 7.5km visually impaired biathlon.
A man and a woman appear in court in connection with the death of a girl, 2, who ingested the heroin substitute methadone.
The EU must not "lose sight of the climate crisis", Plaid Cymru's MEP tells her party conference.
Women still face "significant" barriers in education, employment and public life, organisers of an International Women's Day event in Scotland warn.
Fishermen who were forced to keep their boats tied up in docks during storms are to be assisted by a relaxation on quotas.
A former primary school teacher is convicted of abusing two pupils during sleepovers at his home more than 30 years ago.
How much of 300: Rise of an Empire plays fast and loose with the history, asks Paul Cartledge, professor of Greek culture at Cambridge University.
A man is charged with the murder of a 24-year-old woman in Salford.