| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Chris Mason: Election betting claims put focus on who knew what and when - Allegations around some of those who might have known the date in advance are still making headlines.
  • Jay Slater: Search for missing Brit focuses on village - Jay Slater, 19, has not been heard from since Monday when he said he needed water and had 1% battery.
  • UK's richest family convicted of exploiting servants - Four family members were given prison sentences ranging from four to four-and-a-half years.
  • 'We all love you so much' - Kate's birthday tribute to William - The image was posted online by the Princess of Wales to mark her husband's 42nd birthday.
  • Top sunscreens fail protection tests, Which? says - Some cheaper lotions from supermarkets Aldi and Lidl outperformed more expensive brands, Which? said.
  • Cyber-attack delays teenager's cancer operation - Dylan Kjorstad's surgery was delayed due to concerns over blood supplies following a cyber-attack.
  • Chief constable who lied about navy career sacked - Nick Adderley says the decision brings an “end to my career of over 32 years as a police officer”.
  • Baby killed by pet dog named by police - Police are "satisfied" that no criminal offences have been committed in relation to the dog attack.
  • Post Office system not a scandal, insists ex-union boss - George Thomson tells an inquiry that Horizon is "robust", provoking anger from sub-postmasters.
  • Putin warns South Korea against arming Ukraine - The Russian president said it would be a "big mistake" if Seoul sent lethal weapons to Kyiv.
  • Andy Murray to undergo back procedure before Wimbledon - Britain's Andy Murray will undergo a procedure on his back after being forced to retire from his second-round match at Queen's with injury.
  • Who should I vote for and what are the parties promising? - Explore the manifestos of the main parties in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and compare their policies on key issues with this interactive guide.
  • Labour far ahead of Tories in election donations - Labour raised nearly £4.4m in the second week of the campaign, way ahead of the Tories' £292,500.
  • Impassioned Question Time audience puts leaders on the spot - The BBC's chief political correspondent analyses the key moments of Thursday's Leaders' Special.
  • Labour would pass law to end rental 'bidding wars' - Keir Starmer says he wants to stop landlords encouraging higher rent offers to secure properties.
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