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Theresa May apologised to Conservative MPs who lost their seats at the general election.
On the eve of polling day, this is a special programme from Birmingham.
Theresa May pledges to change human rights laws to make it easier to tackle terrorism.
A look at what is known about the attackers and what may have motivated them.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are questioned by David Dimbleby and a studio audience.
President Trump has confirmed that the US will withdraw from the Paris agreement.
At least 90 people have been killed in Kabul.
Has Brexit been sidelined in the General Election ?
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn faced Jeremy Paxman and a live television audience.
Egypt launches air-strikes on extremists in Libyan training camps.
US president Donald Trump demands that Nato members pay more for defence.
Officials in London have reacted with consternation to a New York Times article.
The World Tonight reports from Albert Square in Manchester.
We discuss Theresa May's change of heart with a senior member of the Tory party.
President Trump begins a tour taking in the Middle East, the Vatican and Brussels.
Manifesto pledge to reduce immigration criticised.
Donald Trump faces some serious allegations.
How damaging could Trump's sharing of classified information be for US security?
Theresa May makes a pitch for the Conservatives to become the party of the working people.
Huge ransomware attack 'targets old Windows systems'.
Plans to take the railways back into public ownership and scrap university tuition fees.
Trump administration says the FBI director's sacking followed a loss of confidence in him.
New leader says he wants less confrontation with North Korea.
Reports on Emmanuel Macron's victory from Paris and from Aisne, a Le Pen stronghold.
The Conservatives make big gains in local and mayoral elections.
Obamacare repeal legislation heads for a showdown in the US Senate.
Acrimonious TV debate between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen.
Following the prime minister on her campaign trail in the West Country.
Jean-Claude Juncker says he is 'ten times more sceptical' about the prospects of a deal.
Nuclear programme could lead to 'catastrophic consequences'.