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Zoo tiger death: Victim named as Rosa King

A friend says Rosa King, who died at Hamerton Park on Monday, was the "shining light" of the zoo.

General election 2017: Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May face TV grilling

The leaders appeared separately, taking questions from the audience then Jeremy Paxman.

The Battle for Number 10: May and Corbyn grilled by audience

Theresa May takes questions on the NHS - while Jeremy Corbyn is challenged by a business owner.

Tiger Woods: Alcohol 'not involved' in arrest

The golfer says an "unexpected reaction" to medication led to his arrest while driving in Florida.

Vigil marks one week since Manchester attack

Hundreds of people gathered in St Ann’s Square to mark one week since the Manchester Arena attack.

BA to operate all flights from Tuesday

But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.

General election 2017: Sturgeon to unveil SNP manifesto

Party will outline extra £118bn for public services - but focus will be on what it says about independence.

Migrant crisis: Packed dinghy catches fire off Spanish coast

The 34 people, who were travelling to Europe in the boat, were saved by the Spanish coast guard.

Man charged over murders of Michael and Majorie Cawdery

A 40-year-old man is charged with the murders of Michael and Majorie Cawdery in Portadown.

Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain

A powerful storm has made landfall on Bangladesh's south-eastern coast with heavy rains and winds.

Small firms hit by rates relief delay

Thousands of small firms are still waiting for the government's promised help on business rates.

Siege gunman shot dead after policeman's killing in Queensland

The man had killed a policeman before barricading himself in a farmhouse for 18 hours, authorities say.

Marbella hit-and-run: Two Britons arrested as eight injured

A car crashed into pedestrians and other vehicles in the popular tourist destination of Marbella.

Newspaper headlines: Election leaders take centre stage

The live televised election special and the zoo-keeper killed by a tiger make front page headlines.

Election blind dates: Nigel Farage and Rachel Johnson

Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson's sister Rachel were sent on a political blind date.

The rise of the female fitness model

Why are more women taking up fitness modelling?

Meet the women and girls who rocked Comic Con

Dressing up at Comic Con isn't about being a geek - it's about being "whoever you want for a day".

In pictures: Best TV moments of Blue Peter's John Noakes

John Noakes, TV show Blue Peter's longest-serving presenter, has died at the age of 83.

Cheese-rolling veteran equals all-time record

Chris Anderson won all three men's races which means has taken home 20 double Gloucester cheeses in 13 years.

Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs Haka

Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs a Haka to support a New Zealand MMA fighter.

Violent storm sweeps across south east of England

More than 120,000 flashes of lightning are recorded over northern France and south-east England in 12 hours.

Kings of Leon and the bands around for longer than you think

These bands have been around for decades, really.

BA delays: What are my rights?

There are EU regulations governing compensation for cancelled flights leaving from EU airports.

High-wire team give Kelpies their first health check

The world's largest pair of equine sculptures are approaching their third anniversary.

BBC Breakfast

BBC coverage of latest developments

How autism helps me win at pinball

Pinball champion Robert Gagno says having autism has made him a better player. But it's also true that playing pinball has helped him live with autism.

Just the job? When interviews go wrong

Ever had a job interview that seemed to have nothing to do with your ability to do the job?

Cannes Film Festival highlights: Laughter, tears and monkey business

The highlights and talking points as the French film festival draws to a close.

The women accused of killing Kim Jong-nam

The women accused of killing Kim Jong-nam could face the death penalty, but who are they?

Could subjects soon be a thing of the past in Finland?

Finland is an education success story, so is it right to move away from old-style lessons?

Taking a break? The £1.7bn career gap

More than half of women going back to work after a career break go into lower paid roles. Are "returnships" the answer?

How the lift transformed the shape of our cities

Why is this highly successful mass transit system so underrated?

The city in Pakistan that loves a British hairstyle

When BBC correspondent Secunder Kermani wanted a haircut in Pakistan he decided to head for the city known as Little England.

Rita, Sue and Bob Too

It is 30 years since the low-budget comedy Rita, Sue and Bob Too was released, angering many people in Bradford. How is the film seen today?

Five questions for BA over IT crash

Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss meets owner Stan Kroenke to decide future

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger holds a crucial meeting with the club's owner at which the Frenchman's future was expected to be decided.

Huddersfield Town promoted to Premier League: David Wagner 'in fairy tale'

Head coach David Wagner says he is "in a fairy tale" after seeing Huddersfield Town clinch promotion to the Premier League.

Eoin Morgan: England have learned lessons before Champions Trophy

England captain Eoin Morgan says his side have learned a lesson 'with bat and ball' after their seven-wicket defeat by South Africa.

French Open: Andy Murray set to get Paris campaign under way

Britain's world number one Andy Murray says he is ready to challenge for the French Open, despite a lack of recent form.

French Open 2017: Britain's Aljaz Bedene considers switch back to Slovenia

British number three Aljaz Bedene says he is considering switching his allegiance back to Slovenia after reaching the French Open second round.

Doping in Russia: Six cross-country skiers have provisional bans upheld

Six Russian cross-country skiers have provisional doping bans upheld after a failed appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Has the time now come for internet voting?

More countries are using internet voting for elections. But does it encourage more people to vote - and is it safe?

Election 2017: Who has power over what in Scotland?

Scotland's powers have grown and grown, so who is in control over what - Westminster or Holyrood?

Could Labour's love be lost in Mansfield after 94 years?

Could a strong Brexit vote and disenchantment spell the party's end in the Nottinghamshire town?

Reality Check: The fight over women's state pensions

The Conservatives have been criticised by other parties for not doing more to help women affected by changes to pension policy.

Who is Leanne Wood? A profile of the Plaid Cymru leader

Profiling the Plaid Cymru leader who came of age politically during the 1980s miners' strikes.

Reality Check: Are standards slipping in Scotland's schools?

Nicola Sturgeon has defended her record on education. Reality Check looks at Scottish school standards.

Can quizzes help confused voters make up their minds?

Confused about how to vote? Political quizzes claim they can provide the answer.

General Election 2017: The parties' proposals on childcare

What are the political parties' pledges on childcare for working parents with pre-school children?

General election 2017: Extra programmes with political leaders

A guide to the additional programmes and debates for the general election campaign.

Election 2017 poll tracker: How the parties compare

Who is on course to win the 2017 general election? Use our tracker to see the latest analysis.

What impact have employment tribunal fees had?

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have called for employment tribunal fees to be scrapped.

Profile: Green Party co-leaders Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley

Looking at Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley, the people at the head of the Green Party.

General election 2017: Osborne: Tory plans badly thought through

Former Chancellor George Osborne criticises manifesto commitments on social care and immigration.

Does military intervention increase the terror threat?

Is there a connection between UK military interventions and terror attacks?

Nick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health'

Nick Clegg says children will not get free fruit and vegetables under Tory plans for English schools.

Reality Check: What has happened to police numbers?

What has happened to police numbers and counter-terrorism funding?

Who is Nicola Sturgeon? A profile of the SNP leader

As she leads the SNP into a fourth election in under three years, BBC Scotland examines the rise of Nicola Sturgeon.

General election 2017: Workers' rights v robo jobs - a quandary for all campaigns

Artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on jobs - so are the parties still committed to it?

General election: What you need to know

The UK will have a general election on 8 June. Here's what you need to know.

Reality Check: How would UKIP fund greater NHS spending?

UKIP says it will cut the budget for overseas aid in order to provide more cash for the NHS.

Manifestos - our guide to their hand-on-heart pledges

Issue by issue, what the parties are pledging, presented in easy-to-scan bullet points.

Who is Paul Nuttall? A profile of the UKIP leader

A profile of Paul Nuttall, leader of the UK Independence Party.

General election 2017: BBC Election Bot

Keep up to date with latest news from the UK's general election.

General election: Why 7.5m people can't vote for a woman

More than 100 constituencies across the UK have no female candidates standing, BBC research says.

General election 2017: Sweet shop in Warwick predicts results

Its owner claims his customers helped him correctly call Brexit and the 2015 election result.

The Scottish voters at the heart of a Tory-SNP battle

If the Conservatives are to pick up seats in Scotland, they will want to start on the Scottish borders.

Election 2017: What jobs do UK workers actually do?

Who are the 'hard-working' and 'ordinary' people that politicians love to appeal to?

Reality Check: What would wiping student debt cost?

The Green Party has pledged to write off all existing debt as well as scrapping tuition fees.

Seumas v Lynton: The power behind the thrones?

The leaders of the parties are well-known - but who's advising them?

Election 2017: Places with the lowest voter registration

Areas of London, Birmingham and Leeds have the highest proportions of adults not registered to vote.



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