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The coalition faces a "student loans timebomb" which could prove "catastrophic" for the Lib Dems, Labour warns.
The Scottish government is challenged to update its forecast of the deficits Scotland would run if it becomes independent.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo says "unbelievable decisions" cost them in Sunday's 4-3 home defeat by Barcelona.
Russian troops seize control of a Crimean naval base at Feodosia, the third such attack in 48 hours, Ukrainian officials tell the BBC.
For many amputees, adapting to life after losing a limb is challenging - and while technology has advanced in recent years, prosthetic limbs can be uncomfortable and even painful to use.
Consumer group Which? and the Federation of Small Businesses are asking regulators to investigate the "broken" energy market.
A woman left scarred when her friend attacked her with acid discusses her ordeal, criticising the police.
The Co-op Bank plans to raise another £400m by issuing new shares following the discovery of additional costs related to past misconduct and poor documentation.
Forty-nine people get to see official statistics a day before they are released.
Live coverage of the trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, who denies murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day 2013.
Co-op Bank is having to raise another £400m from its owners, because it has uncovered an unexpected £400m of costs or charges related to past misconduct and poor documentation.
Tensions between Russia and the international community, NHS worries and Samantha Cameron's onesie make headlines.
Animal fodder from farms in Cardigan is being taken to Somerset to help farmers still affected by flooding.
Cambridge, a place of learning and invention, is becoming an attractive prospect for start-ups keen to exploit the new technologies being developed at the prestigious university close by.
The consumer group Which? and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have called on regulators to investigate the "broken" energy market.
A new programme aims to give training and job opportunities for people in homes where where no-one works.
The body of an elderly man has been found following a fire at a house in Aberdeen on Sunday night.
The BBC's Will Ross meets some of the people who have been traumatised by violence in Nigeria where more than 500 civilians have been killed this year.
There is a direct link between how physically active mothers are and how active their young children are, suggests a UK study.
Wetter winters in the future could increase agricultural pollution in Britain's rivers, say scientists.