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The Irish government hopes its legislation for managing a no-deal Brexit will "sit on the shelf".
As Wales take on England in the Six Nations, watch some of the greatest moments, including Gavin Henson's tackle on Matthew Tait and James Haskell hitting the post.
Arsenal will play French side Rennes and Chelsea are drawn against Ukraine's Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Europa League.
Widnes Vikings go into administration and face liquidation if suitable investment is not found by next week.
The movie stars athlete LeBron James and will be launched on July 16 2021
Dolores Steele's 15-year-old son Philip was among the Liverpool fans who died at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.
Dairy Crest, whose brands also include Country Life, agrees to be taken over by Canadian firm Saputo.
A government report recommends lifting a four-year ban on hunting elephants.
One man described taking the large dog to the vet in his car - before realising the mistake.
England women are choked by the India spinners to lose the first one-day international by 66 runs in Mumbai.
Chelsea are banned from signing new players in the next two transfer windows for breaching Fifa rules in relation to players under the age of 18.
Dudley North MP attacks party for failing to tackle anti-Semitism but has no plans to join Independent Group.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial will be fit for Sunday's Premier League game against Liverpool.
Viewers have been left baffled by Oxford University student's unusual buzzing technique and incredible knowledge.
CCTV footage has been released showing the moment a lorry is driven at speed in Brierley.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says his side "will not try to antagonise" England prop Kyle Sinckler in the Six Nations on Saturday.
MPs from the Tories and Labour have resigned and formed a new political group, but what do they want?
Your morning briefing for 22 February 2019.
President Maduro acts as opposition supporters defy attempts to stop them bringing in foreign aid.
The Church of England votes to change a 400-year-old law which made Sunday services compulsory.