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Stephen Nicholls told an inquiry into blood contamination that he was the only one of his friends still alive.
The opposition says protests will go on "with more strength than ever" a day after violent clashes.
Jim Ratcliffe, Britain's richest man and owner of Ineos, says ministers should look at the science.
No 10 says Theresa May had "lost confidence in his ability to serve" in his role.
Angus Taylor MP has been mocked on social media over a now-deleted self-congratulatory comment.
From the Tooth Fairy to market shoppers, who is worse off as it becomes more expensive to withdraw cash?
BBC Sport launches its #changethegame women's summer of sport season with word artist Deanna Rodger's unique take on Rudyard Kipling's famous poem, If.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "spur of the moment".
Theresa May says her aims are "very similar" to Labour's when it comes to customs talks.
Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas is taken to hospital after suffering a heart attack at their training ground, the club say.
Thousands gathered to watch Edinburgh's Calton Hill set alight last night at the city's May Day celebration.
Jan Vertonghen's head injury has sparked a debate on concussion. How is it handled in other sports?
Use our translator tool to find out what all the scientific terms used to discuss climate change actually mean.
As the South African athlete loses her discrimination case against the IAAF, we look at what it means in the debate about women and athletics.
The girl, 2, is seriously injured in hospital after being hit at a house in Liverpool.
Critics say the High Street retailer is making light of the garment industry's environmental impact.
Shadow minister Rebecca Long Bailey said this is "the first step towards taking more radical action".
Qualifier Gary Wilson reaches his first World Championship semi-final by beating two-time finalist Ali Carter 13-9 at The Crucible.
The group's leader quits but says the decision was not made for political or financial reasons.
John Worboys, now known as John Radford, is due to appear in court later this month.