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UKIP says it will "radically reform" the funding formula for the Welsh government's budget if it gets into power.
Britain's Jonathan Brownlee wins the second race of the 2015 World Triathlon Series in Auckland, New Zealand.
The 2014 World Cup was the most profitable in Fifa's history, but for the host nation the legacy is expensive stadiums left vacant.
A four-year-old girl in Philadelphia ventured out on her own in the early hours of the morning in search of a sweet drink.
Ross Barkley will cost £50m, James Milner to Liverpool, Louis van Gaal to get £1m Champions League bonus, plus more.
Some papers once again focus on revelations about the Germanwings co-pilot who is believed to have brought down an airliner over the French Alps on Tuesday.
The BBC looks at some of the ways the city-state of Singapore and its people have paid tribute to founding father Lee Kuan Yew.
Head teachers in Cheshire warn parents they will report them to the authorities if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s.
Games of Thrones' real-world parallels
The desk where Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations is finally on public display thanks to a £780,000 grant.
Rebel fighters in Syria are reported to have captured most of the northern city of Idlib, as Alan Johnston reports
Scottish retailers call for a "fundamental review" of business rates, ahead of a 2% rise which is due to come into effect on Wednesday.
Yemen's president accuses Iran of destabilising his country, as Saudi Arabia vows to continue air strikes until Yemen is "stable and safe".
Landmarks across the globe have been switching off their lights as part of WWF's Earth Hour, as Alice Baxter reports
The new ScotRail franchise will offer free rail travel to interviews for jobseekers, amongst other passenger benefits announced.
A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.
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