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Egyptian authorities confirm that wreckage from the missing EgyptAir plane is found.
Both sides in the junior doctors dispute agree terms on a new contract.
The BBC announces plans to shut down websites including BBC Food to save £15 million.
Thousands watch Leicester City parade in celebration of their Premier League title win.
High Court rules against a council which charged a dad for taking daughter out of school.
Brexit campaigners call for Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, to be sacked.
MI5 raises the threat level to the UK from Northern Ireland-related terrorism.
David Cameron is caught on camera calling Nigeria and Afghanistan 'fantastically corrupt'.
David Cameron and Boris Johnson argue over Britain's security after the EU referendum.
The SNP will form a minority government in Scotland after third election win in a row.
The government says it's willing to pause the junior doctors' contract imposition.
David Cameron says some unaccompanied child refugees will be allowed to come to the UK.
Celebrations continue as Leicester become Premier League champions.
A British man is confirmed among those killed in a helicopter crash in Norway.
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone has been suspended by the Labour Party.
The chief constable of South Yorkshire Police is suspended after Hillsborough criticism.
Reaction following the conclusion to the Hillsborough inquests.
BHS goes into administration after 88 years on the high street.
Barack Obama says trade relations with the US could suffer if the UK leaves the EU.
The day's news, including initial reaction to the death of the musician Prince, aged 57.
Victoria Wood dies after a short battle with cancer at the age of 62.
Justice secretary Michael Gove sets out the Leave campaign case for leaving the EU.
The chancellor warns a vote to leave the EU would significantly reduce economic growth.
Five people are arrested in Birmingham and at Gatwick Airport on suspicion of terrorism.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn makes his first major speech in the EU referendum debate.
Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe are the designated campaigns in June's EU vote.
The International Monetary Fund says Brexit could cause 'regional and global damage'.
David Cameron announces measures to tackle tax evasion.
A mother is found guilty of murdering her 21-month-old daughter, Ayeeshia Jane Smith.
Two teenage girls who battered a woman to death are sentenced to life in prison.