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The government announces it is setting up military "crisis cells" to quell the unrest.
The party reiterates its opposition to the prime minister's Brexit deal, at the launch of its election manifesto.
Both main parties are not being honest ahead of the general election, an influential research group says.
Councillors in Glasgow voted unanimously to allow boys to study at Notre Dame High School from 2021.
UK Athletics announces an independent review of its own previous investigations that cleared it to carry on working with the now-disbanded Nike Oregon Project.
A careless actor and a rogue cleaner almost spelt disaster for the blockbuster sci-fi franchise.
The star scraps three concerts in Boston on doctor's orders.
Adam Parker says it's "good news" that Twitter is going to create a way to memorialise accounts.
Every game from the 2019 Club World Cup will be shown live on the BBC - here is what you need to know.
Beijing says it will take firm counter-measures if Washington continues "down the wrong path".
There seems to have been a lot of rain and flooding this autumn but how wet has it really been?
The party says it took "immediate action" to remove Safia Ali, who had been its candidate for the Falkirk seat.