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A call for graduates to take time off before work and fears Brexit talks could be hit by a customs fraud row are among Tuesday's headlines.
Marco Fu edges past 2010 champion Neil Robertson 13-11 to reach his fourth World Championship quarter-final.
Labour would scrap Theresa May's plans and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU residents.
Great Britain make it two wins from two as they beat Estonia 5-1 in World Championship Division 1 Group B in Belfast.
Serena Williams says Ilie Nastase's comments about her unborn child are "racist" and backs an International Tennis Federation investigation.
Newcastle United secure an immediate return to the Premier League with a convincing home win over 10-man Preston.
Marine Le Pen says she will be above "partisan considerations" as she seeks the French presidency.
A tribunal hears lawyers did not disclose evidence their clients were in a "murderous" Iraqi militia.
The unusual move comes amid rising tension over North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
Maria Sharapova's first opponent following her 15-month doping ban questions the decision to give the Russian wildcards on the WTA Tour.
A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic waste, say scientists.
A judge rules the owner may ignore a council notice requiring her townhouse to be repainted white.
A relaxed-looking Barack Obama soon felt his age at his first public event since leaving the White House.
BBC gets rare access to north western Syria where so-called IS have been defeated.
Who is joining George Osborne in stepping down as an MP, and who plans to return?
'Better you than me,' jokes US president as astronaut Peggy Whitson reveals drinking recycled urine.
As Bananarama's original line-up get back together, what other 80s bands would we like to see reunite?
UKIP searches for a new unique selling point after Theresa May steals a march on Brexit.
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to an Olympic bronze medal for the second time in five months after retrospective drug tests.
Official figures suggest that the number of children in poverty in Scotland has jumped to 260,000.