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The Arcadia Group has dominated the British High Street, but are its glory days coming to an end?
More than 1,700 cash machines started charging a fee in the UK between January and March this year.
Reading Borough Council is one of only a few in England with a female majority, but does it make a difference?
4 common concerns about electric cars explained.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says his side are still "alive" in their Champions League semi-final, despite losing 1-0 to Ajax at home in the first leg.
The US suggests loyalists of the Venezuelan president backtracked on a promise to oust him.
Judd Trump makes three centuries as he opens up a 7-1 lead over Stephen Maguire in the quarter-finals of the World Championship.
As a poacher Khaedir hunted endangered hornbills. Now as a ranger he protects the Leuser rainforest.
As Indonesian orangutans come into closer contact with humans, they are at increasing risk of capture.
Smartphone revenue falls at its steepest-ever rate, but the technology giant is upbeat on the future.
Luton Town and Barnsley secure promotion to the Championship after Portsmouth and Sunderland both lost on Tuesday.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his team will "suffer" against Barcelona, but will also have chances in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final.
Emperor Naruhito formally takes up the Chrysanthemum throne a day after his father's abdication.
The steelmaker asked for help after the EU froze UK companies out of its carbon credits scheme.
Stan Wawrinka calls on the ATP player council to end "a shameful period" by responding to Justin Gimelstob being sentenced for assault.
Feuding rappers have been jailed for life for the gang-related murder of an Ipswich teenager.
The BBC gives Beyond Meat's key product - its vegan burger - a try ahead of its stock market listing.
Mark Zuckerberg announced changes to Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook at a speech in San Francisco
A US sailor who lost his leg takes his first steps using a prosthetic limb after documenting his recovery.
Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas finishes fifth in the Tour de Romandie prologue - the first outing for Team Ineos, formerly known as Team Sky.