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Sri Lanka attacks: Authorities face scrutiny over advance warnings
Reports there were warnings of possible attacks throws the spotlight on the country's leadership.
Brexit: Cross-party talks to resume
The government will meet senior Labour Party figures in an attempt to solve the Brexit impasse.
Prince Louis: Catherine's pictures mark first birthday
The Duchess of Cambridge took the photographs in the grounds of the family's home in Norfolk.
'I feel refreshed': Brits embrace multiple careers
More than 320,500 self-employed people in Britain are working two or more jobs, new analysis suggests.
Lyra McKee killing: 'New IRA admits responsibility'
The group offered "full and sincere apologies" to the journalist's family and friends, Irish News reports.
Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery.
Nicola Sturgeon to issue Brexit and indyref2 update
The first minister plans to update the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday about Brexit and Scottish independence.
Outcry sparked by 'deeply racist' rat poem in Austria
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says the poem, which compares migrants to rats, is "abominable".
Wigan hit-and-run: Murder arrest after mother dies
The driver of a pick-up truck escaped by forcing another motorist to drive him away.
New aircraft rises 'like a balloon'
Designed by Scots engineers, the Phoenix is a new type of plane which can travel long distances and stay aloft for long periods.
Parkinson's results beyond researchers' wildest dreams
Previously housebound patients are now able to walk more freely as a result of electrical stimulation to their spines. Researchers say the small trial of the treatment has gone 'beyond their wildest dreams'.
UK weather: Hottest Easter Monday on record
It has been the hottest Easter Monday on record in all four nations of the UK, the Met Office says.
More than half of British firms 'report cyber-attacks in 2019'
Almost three quarters of companies are under-prepared for breaches, new research suggests.
Newspaper headlines: 'A nation broken' by bombings
The newspapers continue to focus on the Sri Lankan bombings and the victims of the attacks.
'We're judged for being black'
Four young black men share their experiences of being stereotyped and judged for the colour of their skin.
Autistic football fan on 'sensory overload' of match day
Alex Manners has been to all 92 football league clubs to raise awareness of autism.
Your next new car will try to stop you speeding
Drivers will find it harder to break speed limits, thanks to "intelligent speed assistance" systems.
Gorillas pose for selfie with DR Congo anti-poaching unit
They were trying to imitate the rangers who raised them, a park official said.
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Extinction Rebellion: How might ministers win over the protesters?
A closer look at Extinction Rebellion's demands and how the government might try to achieve them.
Does your dinner come from a “dark kitchen”?
Deliveroo's "dark kitchens" are workspaces allowing restaurants to meet demand for app deliveries.
Could a computer ever rival Rembrandt or Beethoven?
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
Have the poorest councils had the biggest cuts?
Jeremy Corbyn says most deprived areas of England have been hit harder, so what do the figures show?
My lifelong obsession with 'resurrecting' classic cars
Vehicle restorer Charles Palmer on his long-held fascination with bringing classic cars back to life.
Why blend? Exploring the art and science of blending
Humans are the blending species, says philosopher of the senses Barry Smith, but what makes some blends work when others don't?
TED 2019: How to kill a zombie rumour and fix Facebook
How to fix a "broken internet" has been a central question at TED 2019.
Earth Day: How to be more eco-friendly in everyday life
It's Earth Day, so we asked green bloggers for their top tips to be more eco-friendly.
The breast cancer surgeon who got breast cancer
Liz O'Riordan had to stop working as a breast cancer surgeon because of her own cancer. How did she move on?
Chelsea into top four after frustrating draw with Burnley
Chelsea move into fourth position in the Premier League as they are held by Burnley in a thrilling game at Stamford Bridge.
World number one O'Sullivan trails amateur Cahill
Ronnie O'Sullivan trails amateur James Cahill after a shaky opening session in their first-round World Championship match.
Norwich on brink of Premier League despite fourth successive draw
Championship leaders Norwich City move to the brink of promotion to the Premier League despite their fourth straight draw.
Leeds lose ground in automatic promotion race after Brentford loss
Leeds United slip three points below promotion rivals Sheffield United with two games to play as they lose at Brentford.
Liverpool's Milner will support Man Utd for 'first time in my life' against Man City
Liverpool's James Milner will support Manchester United on Wednesday but will not watch their game against Manchester City.
BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019: Ada Hegerberg profile
BBC Sport profiles Olympique Lyonnais forward Ada Hegerberg, one of five nominees for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019 award.
Ashton Turner in record fifth successive T20 duck - four of them first ball
Ashton Turner falls for his third successive IPL golden duck and becomes the first man to make five consecutive ducks in Twenty20 cricket.
Sri Lanka attacks: Eight Britons killed in explosions
A British mother and her two children died in the attack, while her husband survived.
Sri Lanka attacks: St Anthony's 'church of miracles' a symbol of hope
St Anthony's, the site of one of Sri Lanka's deadliest Easter bombings, is more than a place of worship.
Sri Lanka: Bomb explodes as police try to defuse it
The blast took place near St Anthony's Shrine, one of several sites attacked in bombings on Sunday.
Sri Lanka attacks: Who are the victims?
The victims include a celebrity chef and staff members at the Cinnamon Grand hotel.
Asos billionaire loses three children in Sri Lanka attacks
Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen and his family were visiting Sri Lanka, where three of his four children died.
Sri Lanka attacks: Who are National Thowheed Jamath?
The hardline Islamist group has been blamed for the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka attacks: 'My heart shattered when I saw the bodies'
Eyewitnesses of the bombing of Sri Lanka's St Anthony's Shrine have described horrific scenes.
'The doctor wrote a question mark for my child's sex'
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
'My son killed himself after circumcision'
Why did a young man kill himself two years after being circumcised?
'I helped test a wonder drug - then I was denied it'
When Louise Moorhouse took part in a drug trial she was able to eat normally for the first time in her life.
The mental rigours of being US president
Some of Mr Trump's predecessors are thought to have been depressives, bipolar and even psychopathic.
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