The Institute for Fiscal Studies says leaving the EU could lead to more austerity - but Vote Leave calls the think tank "a propaganda arm" of Brussels.
Two people are arrested in connection with legal highs which resulted in nine people falling ill in Rochdale, say police.
A teaser for Disney's new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast became the most-viewed such clip of all time with 91.8 hits in its first 24 hours, the Hollywood Reporter says.
Many people will be turned away from polling stations because they mistakenly think they are on the electoral register, campaigners warn.
Operation Black Vote releases a "hard-hitting" poster urging people to sign up to vote in the EU referendum prompting criticism from UKIP's Nigel Farage.
A former soldier who gave a toddler electric shocks using a dog training collar is told she faces jail.
Russia releases Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko in a prisoner exchange also involving two Russians convicted in Kiev last month.
Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted by three-to-one in favour of industrial action in a row over health and safety, Unite union says.
A 60-year-old woman who wants to use her late daughter's frozen eggs to give birth to her own grandchild is continuing her legal battle.
A new team of ministers has been appointed to the Northern Ireland power-sharing executive, with most jobs shared out between the DUP and Sinn Féin.
A schoolgirl who died from suspected meningitis was discharged from hospital just 48 hours before her death.
A section of the embankment of the River Arno in central Florence collapses, sending part of the road and at least 20 cars into a newly formed ditch.
A news crew has been filming tornados outside Dodge City in Kansas. At least two people were injured in severe storms.
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Robot-makers descend on Paris to convince people that their gadgets are safe and easy to work with.
Parked cars have fallen into a 200m-long hole which opened up on the Arno river bank in Florence.
US President Barack Obama briefly beatboxed before an impromptu performance by Vietnamese rapper Suboi as he took part in a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City.
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The Afghan Taliban's new leader Hibatullah Akhundzada is a religious scholar from their Kandahar heartlands who who is thought unlikely to change the group's direction.
Snooker player Steve Davis is to play a DJ set at this year's Glastonbury.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy marries at a star-studded ceremony - after postponing his nuptials three times.
Negotiations over image rights delay a deal to appoint Jose Mourinho as the new Manchester United manager
Rafael Benitez is staying as Newcastle United manager after signing a new three-year contract at the relegated club.
Andy Murray fights back to beat wildcard Mathias Bourgue and secure his place in the French Open third round.
British javelin record holder Goldie Sayers says she has considered pulling out of Rio 2016 if Russia are allowed to compete.
Marks and Spencer's new boss unveils plans to revive the retailer's clothing and homeware business, but warns the changes will hit profits.
A clothing firm which supplied BHS has gone out of business, blaming the collapse of the high street store.
A dozen former senior military officers speak out in favour of leaving the EU, warning membership has undermined the UK's "combat effectiveness".
George Osborne denies pro-EU government web pages are breaching electoral law as he urged colleagues to focus on "the substance rather than the process".
GPs in England have "dramatically" reduced the number of antibiotic prescriptions they prescribe to patients, latest figures reveal.
Scientists studying the Zika outbreak in Brazil are becoming increasingly concerned the virus may cause eye damage in babies.
Student suicides have risen to their highest level since at least 2007, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Research suggests one in five children born in a single year in England were referred to social services before the age of five.
China's Xiaomi announces its first drone, pricing it significantly lower than a comparable model by the market leader DJI.
Microsoft reveals plans to cut up to 1,850 jobs as part of efforts to scale back its smartphone business.
Researchers investigating a cave in France have identified mysterious stone rings that were probably built by Neanderthals.
Success is declared by the team drilling into the Chicxulub Crater, the deep scar made in the Earth's surface by the asteroid that hastened the end of the dinosaurs.
Pop band McFly postpone their entire UK tour as star Harry Judd receives treatment for a herniated a disc.
London's Donmar Warehouse is to open a temporary theatre in King's Cross to host the company's all-female Shakespeare trilogy.
For years doctors in the US made little attempt to save the lives of premature babies, but there was one place distressed parents could turn for help - a sideshow on Coney Island.
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