The Lib Dems and SNP say it is unfair to be excluded from Tuesday's ITV general election leaders debate.
The first UK TV debates between party leaders took place in 2010.
Part of the Belfast Road is closed as police deal with the incident at Carlisles' petrol station.
Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson are all set to make speeches to UK business leaders.
A Holyrood committee finds 18% of cancer patients in June were not seen within the six-week target.
Gary Truefitt has been unable to find his cat's body after Amos Price encouraged his dog to kill it.
People close to him say he addressed his links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein "head-on".
Bradley Visser had left clear instructions to his wife in the event of severe brain damage.
Evidence of a cover up revealed by the BBC could lead to the ICC's first inquiry into the UK military.
Prince Andrew's TV interview with the BBC once again dominates many of the newspapers.
A small poll in Hastings kicked off a huge debate - online and off.
Social care pledges will be under intense scrutiny during the election, but why is it so important?
Two politicians reflect on the impact public abuse has on their mental health.
A woman's partner posted naked pictures of her and shared their address with men online.
A UK lawyer says Germany is violating its constitution by denying citizenship to some descendants of Nazi victims.
Megan Jayne Crabbe was five when she started a war with her weight - now she's a body positive Instagram activist.
The massive fire in the Flow Country in May doubled Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions while it burnt.
The exams should be kept, says a watchdog, as the school curriculum in Wales heads for major reforms.
Leah Mckee-Hearne and Courtney Peaker rushed through the building shouting and banging on doors.
England seal their place as Euro 2020 top seeds with a win over Kosovo - but what do we know about what they can expect next summer?
Their father confirms the death of Haydon Croucher in an emotional post on Facebook.
British Special Forces have been accused of covering up the killings of four young Afghans in 2012.
The teenager has been hailed a "hero" by her family after the attack in County Fermanagh.
He took some of the first photographs of The Beatles, and his death is described as the "end of an era".
The Duke of York's unprecedented Newsnight interview contained several revelations.
Students evacuated from flats hit by a major blaze in Bolton will be re-housed as £10,000 is raised.
Sir Chris and Lady Sarra Hoy's son, Callum, was born 11 weeks early, in 2014.
The foreign secretary says that the government is committed to reducing immigration, and wants to discourage "cheap labour from abroad".
The Labour leader says there will be a "great deal" of freedom of movement after the UK leaves the EU.
The UK's night-time economy is now said to be the UK's fifth-biggest industry with annual revenues of £66bn.
Care about LGBT equality? Here's what to look out for in this election.
Mabel Barltrop's followers believed she was the daughter of God and that an English town would be the location of the Second Coming.
Rachel Playfair describes how triple baby killer Simon Smith murdered their daughter 25 years ago.
The Duke of York does not regret Epstein friendship, writes BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond.
Trees are the latest green battleground in the election campaign, writes BBC Science editor David Shukman.
From Labour's working hours confusion to the prime minister's frosty reception in Yorkshire.
Big budget ads are already gracing our screens but do they actually benefit the big brands behind them?
A profile of the Labour Party, what it stands for and what its policies are.
Compare where the parties stand on key issues, from Brexit and the NHS to education and the environment.
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