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George Osborne unveils tax cuts for first-time buyers, workers and savers and claims Britain is "walking tall again," in his final Budget before the election.
The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, have been creating a fabulous show across large parts of the Britain, and across the globe.
Nineteen people, including 17 foreign tourists, have been killed after gunmen targeted a museum in the Tunisian capital, the prime minister says.
Sunderland's Adam Johnson returns to training after the club lift his suspension following his arrest.
Police release the name of a man who died following a two-vehicle road crash on the A4 (Belfast Road) at Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.
American tennis player Wayne Odesnik is banned for 15 years after being found guilty of a second doping violation.
The Democratic Republic of Congo government says it will deport four pro-democracy activists from Senegal and Burkina Faso arrested on Sunday.
Red Nose Day is to make its debut on US television later this year.
A new joint fund - launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies and Gates Foundation - will help poor countries defend legal challenges by the tobacco industry
Kuwaiti prosecutors say a tape that appeared to suggest an attempted plot in 2013 to topple the government is a fake.
Chancellor George Osborne delivered a "Budget people won't believe from a government they don't trust", Ed Miliband says.
A one minute look at five issues Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must tackle if he is returned to office.
A mother-of-two who claimed voices in her head told her to set fire to her home with her children inside is jailed after admitting arson.
Chancellor George Osborne says more power is being given to Wales, as he backs a tidal lagoon project for Swansea and a city deal for Cardiff in his Budget speech.
Israel's surprise election victor Benjamin Netanyahu will form a coalition 'in two to three weeks', his party says.
Nobel-winning structural biologist Venki Ramakrishnan is elected to become the next president of the Royal Society.
Chancellor George Osborne announces major changes to the North Sea tax regime, in response to difficulties facing the UK oil and gas sector.
Controversial French comedian Dieudonne is found guilty of condoning terrorism over a Facebook comment about January's Paris attacks.
George Osborne outlines his vision for building a "northern powerhouse" in his final budget ahead of the general election.
Prince Harry has met some of the wounded service personnel who are taking part in the 1,000 mile (1,609 km) trek around Britain later this year.