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Manchester City are poised to sack manager Roberto Mancini and replace him with Malaga's Manuel Pellegrini.
Troy Deeney scores Watford's winner in a stunning finish to their Championship play-off semi-final against Leicester.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso sends his home crowd into raptures by beating Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen to win the Spanish GP.
Plans for the £200m expansion of film company Pinewood Studios are to go before councillors this week.
The contribution made by a Pembrokeshire port towards defeating the U-boat menace in World War II is honoured.
Oil giant BP withdraws some non-essential staff from operations in Libya following UK government advice about uncertainty in the country.
Labour is launching its own campaign to keep Scotland in the UK which it says offers a "different view" of Scotland's future.
A man is charged with escaping lawful custody after two people were allegedly sprung from a prison van in Greater Manchester.
Michael Gove says Nick Clegg only expressed doubts about new childcare plans to fend off a plot to oust him - a claim dismissed as "loopy" by Lib Dems.
Nawaz Sharif will be welcomed by neighbours, writes Ahmed Rashid
Boris Johnson says the only way to convince the Treasury to devolve corporation tax powers to Stormont is to show the Exchequer it would save it money in the long-term.
Pope Francis proclaims the first saints of his pontificate in a list which includes 800 Italian victims of a 15th Century Ottoman atrocity.
The home secretary says she will continue to work to deport Abu Qatada, after the radical cleric said he would return to Jordan voluntarily if a treaty is ratified.
Tory ministers are being "guided" to abstain in a Commons vote on the failure to introduce laws guaranteeing a referendum on the UK's EU membership, a Downing Street source confirms.
A single sermon is preached at all Church in Wales services to encourage more people to take part in religious life, and shown on video at those without a vicar.
Police appeal for witnesses after the death of a 69-year-old man pedestrian involved in a collision with a bus as it left a terminus.
Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif celebrates victory in the country's elections, as unofficial results suggest a big lead for his party.
Canterbury Cathedral says it may have to close to visitors after it misses out on £10m of lottery funding.
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson got dressed up as a female flight attendant after honouring a bet he lost to Air Asia chief executive Tony Fernandes.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson intimidated referees at Old Trafford, says QPR manager Harry Redknapp
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