There are now 83 potential suspects and 98 clubs involved in the inquiry into child abuse in football, police chiefs say.
Tory Caroline Johnson wins the Sleaford by-election, with Labour in fourth behind UKIP and the Lib Dems.
The Independent Schools Council plans thousands of free places for low-income families in England.
South Korea's parliament votes to impeach President Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal.
Boris Johnson begins a tour of the Middle East amid a row over comments he made about Saudi Arabia.
Self-harming was a massive release for Sophie but she ended up in hospital, like thousands of other children in England and Wales.
Live text and radio commentary, analysis and debate as Murali Vijay leads India's reply to England's 400 on day two of the fourth Test in Mumbai.
The majority of the public support more police carrying Tasers, a Police Federation survey suggests.
Former astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95.
David Cameron defends calling the EU referendum, saying the issue had been "poisoning" UK politics.
At least 50,000 IS militants have been killed over the past two years, a top US military official says.
The money generated by councils in England from parking operations has risen by 9% in a year, research finds.
US actor Judge Reinhold is arrested after a confrontation with security officials at Dallas airport.
A "rift" between Boris Johnson and Theresa May over Saudi Arabia is one of several stories to make Friday's front pages.
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