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 | 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Election 2017: SNP manifesto calls for referendum 'at end of Brexit process' - Nicola Sturgeon says referendum should be held "not now, but when the final terms of the deal are known"
  • Jeremy Corbyn struggles over cost of childcare policy - Jeremy Corbyn stumbles over the cost of his party's plan to offer free childcare to two-year-olds.
  • Zoo tiger death: Rosa King 'always loved' job, mother says - The mother of Rosa King, who died at Hamerton Park, says her zoo work was "what she always loved".
  • Ultra-tough antibiotic to fight superbugs - The modified drug might help put an end to resistant superbug infections, experts hope.
  • Manchester attack: Victoria railway station reopens - The station, attached to Manchester Arena, was shut after the bombing at the Ariana Grande concert.
  • Ryanair expects lower fares but reports record profits - The airline says fares will fall by up to 7% this year as it reports a record annual profit.
  • May and Corbyn quizzed by Paxman - PM Theresa May and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn were interviewed separately by broadcaster Jeremy Paxman.
  • Manuel Noriega, Panama ex-strongman, dies at 83 - The former military ruler was ousted by a US invasion in 1989 and convicted of drug trafficking.
  • Tiger Woods: Alcohol 'not involved' in arrest - The golfer says an "unexpected reaction" to medication led to his arrest while driving in Florida.
  • BA delays: British Airways restores full flight schedule - But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.
  • 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.
  • Mother jailed for murdering children by driving into Australian lake - A judge says Akon Guode showed a "catastrophic" betrayal of trust when she killed three of her children.
  • Australia plans to deny passports to convicted paedophiles - The "world-first" proposal would stop registered sex offenders going overseas, the government says.
  • 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.
  • Does Wonder Woman live up to the hype? - Find out what the critics thought of the new Wonder Woman film starring Gal Gadot in the title role.
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