A Spitfire that crashed in a Cambridgeshire village while on a routine training exercise during World War Two is being dug up by archaeologists.
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A topic of debate at this week's Conservative Party conference will be the UK's relationship with Brussels ahead of a referendum due in 2017.
Ambulances were called out to the headquarters of one of Europe's largest sports retailers 76 times in two years, a BBC investigation finds.
An incurable lung disease is claiming lives because of a lack of funding and research, according to a charity.
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Liverpool sack manager Brendan Rodgers an hour after the Premier League draw with Merseyside rivals Everton.
The Volkswagen emissions scandal was a "dramatic event" but would not inflict lasting damage on Germany's reputation, Angela Merkel says.
The Hit looks back at the best of Sunday's action from the Rugby World Cup as Ireland qualify for the quarter-finals.
Liverpool fans stopped believing, says Mark Lawrenson
Exit polls in Portugal's general election suggest the governing centre-right coalition will retain power.
A synod of Roman Catholic bishops on family issues has opened, following the revelation that a senior priest at the Vatican is gay and in a relationship.
The mystery spike in attacks in Australia
At least 17 people die after violent storms and flooding hit the French Riviera, including three elderly people who drowned in their retirement home.
At least 26 people are hurt - five critically - as a supercar loses control at high speed and crashes into spectators at a motor show in Malta.
Argentina stand firm against a powerful Tonga side to take a giant stride towards the World Cup quarter-finals.
Warren Gatland always believed Wales would make the World Cup quarter-finals, but says having a pool "of hell was ridiculous".
Who took Aston Villa to the cleaners? Who is Arsene Wenger lucky to have? Find out who is in the team of the week.
Chelsea Ladies beat Sunderland to win the Women's Super League for the first time and complete a domestic double.