| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • General election 2019: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over Brexit in BBC debate - The Tory and Labour leaders faced off in the final head-to-head debate ahead of next week's election.
  • General election 2019: Corbyn and Johnson TV debate fact-checked - The Labour and Conservative leaders go head-to-head on national television.
  • Elon Musk wins defamation case over 'pedo guy' tweet about caver - The Tesla founder did not defame UK caver who helped in dramatic Thai rescue, US jury finds.
  • General election 2019: Reddit says UK-US trade talks document leak 'linked to Russia' - The papers had their first wide burst of attention when unveiled in the election campaign by Labour.
  • M25 closed as crane overturns on both carriageways - The collapse causes huge tailbacks, with more than 10 miles of traffic on the clockwise carriageway.
  • Labour pledges to electrify UK bus fleet - It wants to electrify UK buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads".
  • British diplomat resigns over having to 'peddle half-truths' on Brexit - Alexandra Hall Hall says she can no longer work for a "government I do not trust".
  • Trump impeachment: White House signals it will not attend hearings - The administration describes the process as a "charade" in a letter to the House judiciary committee.
  • NHS e-health systems 'risk patient safety' - The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'.
  • Pensacola shooting: Saudi student kills three at US naval base - The gunman was also shot dead in the attack in Pensacola, the second at a US naval site in a week.
  • Joseph McCann guilty of sex attacks on 11 women and children - Joseph McCann raped, kidnapped and assaulted victims aged between 11 and 71 over a two-week period.
  • Australia bushfires north of Sydney 'too big to put out' - Firefighters battle to contain a "mega blaze" across a 60km front north-west of the city.
  • The Papers: 'Weary TV debate' and 'weekend storm havoc' - Saturday's front pages report the TV clash between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn as Storm Atiyah nears.
  • Yinka Ilori: My Nigerian narrative of art and design in London - Yinka Ilori is a London-based artist whose technicolour work is inspired by his Nigerian heritage.
  • The Sheffield couple harking back to wartime Britain - Dean Turner and Lynda Easton believe the 1940s was a more community-focused time to live.
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