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The final statistics before June's referendum on levels of EU migration into the UK are expected to spark a fierce debate between the Remain and Leave camps.
The sun-powered aircraft Solar Impulse has landed in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, after a 16-hour flight.
"Foolish" EU procurement rules cost UK taxpayers £1.6bn a year, which could be better spent on new hospitals and flood defences, Leave campaigners say.
The government is warned that a proposal to cut pension benefits to help save Tata Steel's UK operations could have implications "well beyond the industry".
Workers at French nuclear power stations are due to join a strike over labour reforms that has already paralysed oil refineries and triggered fuel shortages.
A UK online university network is claiming a "breakthrough moment" as students can cut the cost of a Russell Group degree by studying part of it online.
Department store chain Debenhams appoints Amazon's European fashion boss as its new chief executive.
A study into the number of aggressive and abusive tweets sent from UK Twitter accounts suggests large-scale misogyny on the social network, a think tank says.
HS2 is an over-priced, gold-plated project and will fail in many of its objectives a group of transport experts warns.
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs comes into force across the UK, with new laws criminalising their production, distribution, sale and supply.
The sinister tale of Jekyll and Hyde is given a new twist in a dance production at the Old Vic.
Oil continues its recovery, with prices rising above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as a result of supply disruptions and increased global demand.
Dramatic images of a migrant boat capsize feature widely, while projections of a population rise in England also attract headlines.
Vote Leave has accused airline company Ryanair of breaking electoral law in its campaign for the UK to stay in the EU.
The mums whose partners shook their babies
Film star Johnny Depp and his actress wife Amber Heard are to divorce, US court documents reveal.
Probation officers are being told not to take action against offenders who breach sentence terms, because their companies risk being fined, a watchdog in England and Wales has said.
Nick Robinson looks at why curry houses appear to be Eurosceptic.
A couple of campers describe the moment three lions explored their campsite.
BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire has completed six weeks of radiotherapy, her last major treatment for breast cancer.