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Jeremy Hunt's plans could see fox hunting legalised, while Boris Johnson wants to boost police numbers.
Pyongyang harshly criticises the US just days after the countries' leaders had a historic meeting.
She wants thousands of people to make "an incredible vibration" that "might just change the world".
The figures are 10 times higher than the general population, making support vital, a study says.
Both men bidding to become the next PM make their pitches directly to readers in Thursday's papers.
One in four patients faces delays getting treatment for sepsis, putting lives at risk, experts say.
A writer who has accused Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah of using her work as their own speaks to the BBC.
Gabrielle Crawford explains the "beauty and detail" of the sculptures in her photos.
A growing number of denim producers are embracing environmentally-friendly production methods.
Who is Magid Magid and what barriers has he overcome to take his seat at the European Parliament?
European champions Netherlands will play reigning champions USA in Sunday's Women's World Cup final after a late winner in extra-time by new Manchester United signing Jackie Groenen settled a dour semi-final against Sweden.
Sara-Jayne King struggled to find her place in the world after being taken abroad and given up for adoption.
Scientist James Lovelock speaks to the BBC's Mishal Husain ahead of his 100th birthday.
A decorated US Navy Seal was put on trial for war crimes - after other Seals testified against him.
As the government consults on making Changing Places toilets mandatory in public buildings, campaigners tell the BBC why they are necessary.
Why the world's most populous city is punishing people for doing their bins wrong.
Care for the elderly should be modelled on the NHS and paid for by taxes, a committee of peers says.
Tributes are paid to rail worker Gareth Delbridge who died after being hit by a passenger train.
The US sportswear giant is used to being provocative but was its flag-bearing shoe a step too far?
Europe's biggest conservation charity will sell its fossil fuel shares and invest in green start-ups.