15 April 2011: 10:59am
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The mother of a Catholic police officer murdered in Northern Ireland tonight said his death should not be in vain as she urged others to join the force.Read
The murder of a young Catholic police officer in Northern Ireland by dissident republicans will not deter others from joining the force, the Police Federation chairman has claimed.Read
A pensioner who championed the elderly's right to choose when they die has travelled to Switzerland for an assisted suicide.Read
Foreign Secretary William Hague has insisted it was "right" to let former Libyan intelligence chief Musa Kusa come to Britain despite anger at the idea of granting him asylum.Read
A group of angry mums used Mother's Day to protest in Downing Street about cuts to Sure Start Children's Centres.Read
A new windfall tax on oil from the North Sea could put billions of pounds of investment at risk over the next decade, industry leaders have warned.Read
Demand for Olympics tickets could outstrip supply with one in five adults saying they plan to buy tickets for the London 2012 Games.Read
Iain Duncan Smith has signalled that the state pension will rise to a flat-rate of £140 as he claimed the current system was too complex and in "crisis".Read
Bikers have roared off on a Ride of Respect to show appreciation of soldiers' sacrifice in Afghanistan.Read
Prince Harry's intrepid Arctic adventure has been hit by further delays.Read
Oil giant BP plans to restart deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico this summer just a year after the Deepwater Horizon explosion that sparked the worst oil spill in history.Read
Downing Street has insisted it is pushing ahead with controversial NHS reforms despite speculation over another coalition U-turn.Read
The bombers who murdered a young police officer in Northern Ireland have "killed a peacemaker", the region's chief constable has said.Read
The coalition has been accused of sending families deeper into the red by imposing austerity measures as the economy stalls and inflation remains high.Read
Voting reform campaigners have been accused of air-brushing a black poet out of leaflets calling for a "fairer" political system.Read
Scottish police and prosecutors are to meet Foreign Office officials to discuss Libyan defector Musa Kusa.Read
Detectives in Northern Ireland are carrying out a manhunt after a rookie police officer was killed by a booby trap car bomb.Read
Scientists in China have created genetically modified cows that produce "human" milk, it has been reported.Read
Detectives investigating thugs who brought chaos to London by hijacking a trade union demonstration have released pictures of 18 people they want to identify.Read
Foreign Secretary William Hague has called for restraint in crisis-hit Ivory Coast as a charity said many of those fleeing the violence were children.Read
Victoria Beckham said she and husband David were "incredibly excited" about attending the royal wedding.Read
Afghans rioted for a second day over the burning of a Koran in the US, killing nine people in Kandahar and injuring more than 80 in a wave of violence that underscored rising anti-foreign sentiment after nearly a decade of war.Read
A Nato air strike intended to thwart Muammar Gaddafi's forces killed 13 rebel fighters in eastern Libya, the opposition said.Read
The mother of shot five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran has urged people to help the police and save another family from suffering the same tragedy.Read
An 18-year-old man has been charged with the attempted murder of a teenager who was stabbed near the gates of a secondary school.Read
Half a million people who currently claim sickness benefits are fit to start work immediately, a minister has suggested.Read
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