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Four deny murder of vulnerable man
Three men and a woman plead not guilty to the murder of a vulnerable man found dead at his Cornwall home.

Men suffer nitric acid burns on ship
Three men suffer burns from nitric acid while on board a ship off Cornwall and are airlifted to hospital.

Man jailed for road rage stabbing
A care worker is jailed for 10 years for stabbing another driver in a road rage attack.

Collapsed mineshaft closes road
A "50ft" mineshaft collapses in west Cornwall, causing a road to be closed.

Dismissal prompts union train strike
A 24-hour strike by First Great Western (FGW) staff starts over the dismissal of a manager.

Police forces to merge services
Dorset Police is to share services with Devon & Cornwall's force following an agreement to form a "strategic alliance".

Revised plans for Cornwall stadium
Revised plans for Cornwall stadium

Dawn French becomes uni chancellor
Dawn French becomes university head

No sympathy for Albion - Davies
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies has no sympathy for Plymouth Albion's plight at the bottom of the Championship after his side beat them 27-16.

Lafferty proud after FA Vase exit
AFC St Austell manager Phil Lafferty says he is proud of his players and his club after their FA Vase semi-final defeat.

Truro 'frustrated' at Dunstable draw
Truro City are "frustrated" following their 0-0 draw with Dunstable Town, according to defender Rob Farkins.

Launceston boss 'delighted' with win
Launceston director of rugby Neil Bayliss says he is 'delighted' with his side's 29-5 win over Old Elthamians.

Tully 'delighted' with first season
Truro City manager Steve Tully says he is "delighted" at how his first full season in charge of the club has gone.

Pirates captain wants Albion survival
Cornish Pirates captain Chris Morgan says he does not want rivals Plymouth Albion to be relegated from the Championship.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Leaders prepare for election debate
The leaders of seven political parties gear up for a live, two-hour televised general election debate later.

Social media teacher abuse 'rising'
The NASUWT teaching union says an increasing number of teachers are facing abuse on social media, not only from pupils but also parents.

Beatle's wife Cynthia Lennon dies
Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of John Lennon, dies at her home in Spain following a "short but brave" battle with cancer.

Britons held on Turkey-Syria border
Nine British nationals have been seized by Turkish authorities after trying to illegally enter Syria, armed forces in the country say.

Holborn fire causes mass evacuation
An electrical fire under the pavement in central London leads to some 5,000 people being evacuated from nearby buildings and a number of West End shows being cancelled.

Heads not 'counter-terror experts'
Head teachers say they cannot be expected to "conduct surveillance" on young people, after warnings that more might travel to Syria during the school holidays.

Jail for Milly-leak police officer
A former police officer who leaked details of the Milly Dowler murder investigation to the Sun newspaper is jailed for 18 months.

Blood test for Down's syndrome hailed
Testing a pregnant woman's blood for disorders in her unborn child promises 'dramatic' advances in medicine, say researchers.

Sex consent training for footballers
Footballers at the English Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion are being trained in the law and ethics surrounding sexual consent.

Drug giant 'blocks' eye treatment
A drugs firm has been accused of trying to block access to what some doctors believe is a cheap, safe and effective drug to treat a common eye condition.

Secret trial man jailed over manual
Law student Erol Incedal has been jailed for 42 months for possessing a bomb-making manual after earlier being cleared of plotting a terror attack.

London Mafia boss sentence dropped
A Mafia boss who faced extradition to serve a jail term in Italy after living in London since 1993, has his sentence dropped by Italian authorities.

Boost for endangered butterflies
The warm weather of 2014 boosted the number of some butterflies, including one of the UK's rarest species, the High Brown Fritillary, a survey has found.

King George III papers to go online
The Queen attends a launch of a digitised archive of thousands of King George III's private papers.

NI fans want stadium safety talks
The Northern Ireland Supporters Club chairman calls for a meeting with the Irish Football Association over possible subsidence at Windsor Park.

Police Scotland to examine shooting
Police Scotland to investigate former security members over so-called shoot-to-kill operation in County Armagh in 1982.

Terrorists training in rural Wales
Rural areas of Wales have been used by terrorists for training, say police.

Barriers installed after bus death
Immediate changes are being made to improve safety on a Swansea city centre road following the death of an off duty police officer who was hit by a bus.

Parties clash over Scottish poverty
Politicians from Scotland's five main parties clash over the causes of - and possible solutions to - poverty in a special BBC Scotland debate.

Concern over college severance deals
Several colleges did not handle cuts in the number of senior staff during a major reform programme as well as they could have, according to a report.

Teaching assistant 'sent bomb threat'
A teaching assistant is charged with using a pupil's email account to send a bomb threat to the school where she worked.

'No dignity' for Hillsborough dead
A temporary mortuary set up in a gym during the Hillsborough disaster was "disgraceful" and "atrocious", victims' families tell the inquests.

I'm not a money-grabber - Sterling
Raheem Sterling tells BBC Sport he is not a "money-grabbing 20-year-old" after turning down a Liverpool deal worth £100,000 a week.

Murray reaches Miami semi-finals
Andy Murray reaches the semi-finals of the Miami Open with victory over Dominic Thiem as Serena Williams wins her 700th match.

Kane wants U21 Euros spot - Hodgson
England boss Roy Hodgson says in-form striker Harry Kane wants to play for the Under-21s at the European Championships.

April Fool's Day: The best election spoofs
With 1 April coming just two days after campaigning officially got under way, we round up the inevitable election-related jokes.

Election 2015: Celebrities on the campaign trail
Celebrities who back political parties

Miliband targets zero-hours contracts
Labour will end the "epidemic" of zero-hours contracts that are "undermining family life", Ed Miliband insists.

VIDEO: Finance Bill second reading
MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.

VIDEO: New photos of Scott's expedition
New photos have emerged of Captain Scott and his expedition to the South Pole, in the course of which he died.

VIDEO: 'Fire seemed to be from manhole'
Eyewitness Martin Dyan describes how he and his colleagues were evacuated from their office following a fire under a pavement in Holborn, central London.

VIDEO: Snowden's smashed laptop goes on show
The laptop used to store top-secret documents leaked by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has gone on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

VIDEO: Divisions in 'the cradle of Labour'
Scottish voters are divided, with 36 days to go the race to be the next prime minister could be decided in Scotland.

VIDEO: Ed Miliband: Letter 'not surprising'
Ed Miliband has said the fact business leaders wrote a letter to express their support for lower business taxes "does not surprise" him.

VIDEO: Mafia boss prison sentence expires
A Mafia boss who faced extradition to serve a prison sentence in Italy has had his sentence dropped after Italian authorities said it had expired.

VIDEO: Palestinian 'tricked' over Banksy art
A Palestinian man says he was 'tricked' into selling a mural by the artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

VIDEO: Tories poke fun at Labour with mugs
The Conservative party launches its own range of Labour mugs on April Fool's Day.

Fiancee and cat tracked by home cam
The girlfriend and cat watched by home cam

10 stories that look like April Fools but aren't
True stories that look like pranks

Why is Cecil Rhodes such a controversial figure?
Why is Cecil Rhodes such a controversial figure?

Your questions to Jeremy Vine
Ask Jeremy Vine a question about election night coverage

Can you win at anything if you practise hard enough?
Can you win at anything with enough practice?

Can you sell luxury without a brand?
The luxury goods that speak for themselves


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