Shelagh Fogarty has news from around the UK.
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Mark Bridger is found guilty of the abduction and murder of April Jones.
Up to 90 Afghans held at Camp Bastion could be returned soon to the Afghan authorities.
Payday loan companies defend themselves against claims they are 'out of control'.
The family of Drummer Lee Rigby say their 'hearts have been ripped apart' by his murder.
Police investigating the murder in Woolwich of a British soldier name one of two suspects.
Tony sits in for Shelagh as the IMF says the UK should do more to boost growth.
Tony is in for Shelagh, as the search continues for suvivors of the tornado in Oklahoma.
Will the same sex marriage bill make it through the Commons?
Fast-track scheme for social workers is criticised by a mother whose children were removed
Tony Livesey in for Shelagh, with the latest on Royal Bank of Scotland cutting 1400 jobs.
Live coverage from Westminster of Prime Minister's Questions as Dominic Laurie sits in.
Stuart Hazell sentenced to 38 years for murdering schoolgirl Tia Sharp.
Stuart Hazell changes his plea and admits he murdered Croydon schoolgirl Tia Sharp.
Police pay tribute to the teenage girls forced into prostitution by a group of men.
The NHS in England strengthens A&E services after claims admissions are 'out of control'.
Live coverage of the State Opening of Parliament, followed by analysis from our MPs panel.
The latest from Ohio on the three women found alive after disappearing 12 years ago.
Stories from around the UK, including pensions, consumer rights, house prices and Syria.
Reaction as Stuart Hall admits indecently assaulting 13 girls.
More details from the trial of the man accused of murdering five-year-old April Jones.