Motoring groups urge the Treasury to delay the rise in fuel duty.
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The latest on a cruise liner adrift off the Seychelles, Charlotte Church and the Oscars.
A British Syrian describes how he has escaped from shelling in Homs.
Council workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland face a pay freeze for a third year.
The Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin is killed in the Syrian city of Homs.
Tesco calls for changes to a Government-backed work experience programme.
A state of drought is declared in the south east of England.
The price of diesel reaches a new high. And we talk to the Labour leader Ed Miliband.
David Cameron makes a new offer in the Scottish independence debate.
Unemployment is up again - four people looking for work share their stories.
The ratings agency, Moodys, suggests UK rating could be downgraded.
The latest news, sport and travel updates with Aasmah Mir and Peter Allen.
The High Court rules it's unlawful to include prayers as a formal part of council meetings
The FA says Fabio Capello left of his own accord, as the search begins for his successor.
Harry Redknapp is cleared of tax evasion - he says he's glad the nightmare's over.
Fourth day of violence in Syria. Aasmah Mir presents live from Moscow.
The crisis in Syria - Peter talks to a man trapped in Homs. And Aasmah is in Moscow.
Chris Huhne gives up his cabinet seat and John Terry loses the England captaincy.
New clashes in Cairo after Wednesday's football violence in Port Said.
Four men plead guilty to a plot to blow up the London Stock Exchange.