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Aaron Armstrong killed himself after the death of Sophie Gradon, who had appeared on the TV show.
Fans celebrating goals are being turned into criminals because of a "narrative that all football fans are thugs", a supporters' group says.
James Goddard pleads not guilty to three charges following protests outside Parliament.
In a recent tweet posted on Jackson's account, her name replaces The Killers at the top of the bill.
England's Georgia Hall hopes staging a women's amateur tournament at Augusta National could pave the way for a Women's Masters at the famous American course.
The retail giants tell the competition watchdog a merger would mean shoppers save 10% on everyday items.
A new record number of 32.7 million people were in work between November and January in the UK.
In his first column of the 2019 season, former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer looks at the impact Valtteri Bottas' win in Melbourne will have on his season
The woman in China suffered liver, kidney, heart and lung damage and spent days in intensive care.
The star plays a hit-packed, 31-song setlist in New York.
A record nine countries including Brazil, Japan and South Africa tell Fifa they want to host the 2023 Women's World Cup.
An aid to Russian president Vladimir Putin condemns Pavel Pogrebnyak after he said it was "laughable" to have a black player in the Russian national team.
The firm had more orders per week, but their average size was slightly lower.
Books of condolence are due to be opened to the teenagers who died in County Tyrone.
Experts say people aged 18 are still going through changes in the brain that can affect behaviour.
Can Wales maintain their form? Can England recover from the Scottish fightback? BBC pundits answer key questions ahead of the World Cup.
The PM will meet her cabinet after the speaker rules out a meaningful vote without further changes.
Your morning briefing for 19 March 2019.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish says it would be the "greatest thrill" of his career to stay and guide his country to Euro 2020 and the World Cup in Qatar.
A young former drug dealer tells the BBC what, out of fear of being attacked, he keeps under his coat.