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Chris Eubank Sr says his son Chris Jr - who faces Billy Joe Saunders on Saturday - is the most talented boxer since Sugar Ray Leonard.
Vloggers are being told they need to be completely clear about when they're being paid to promote products.
Wednesday's big story in the newspapers is criticism by MPs that Facebook did not alert the security services to terror threats made by one of the killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby.
Looking at the story behind an image by Carl Court of a student protest in London.
The removal of the Mong Kok activist camp by the authorities means protests in Hong Kong continue in just two sites.
What can be done to break cycle of poor reading and writing skills?
Tackling the foe online is key for a modern counter-terrorist operation, says Gordon Corera, but there are concerns over free speech.
Was a book by JB Priestley responsible for the stereotype?
Can younger women change our politics and influence the election?
Young people will be able to gain a full honours degree while earning a wage and paying no fees, under a scheme backed by government and industry.
Six World War One battlegrounds in unexpected places
How militants trusted this man with their deepest secrets
A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.
Calls for extra money for the NHS in England are intensifying after latest figures show the deficit is growing as performance deteriorates.
A new initiative in San Francisco offers the city's homeless population mobile showers and toilets in a converted bus.
Five children have died after a fire destroyed a mobile home in a small town in southern Texas, local media report.
Former cabinet minister David Mellor is secretly recorded having a heated row and swearing at a taxi driver, a tabloid newspaper reports.
Scenes of widespread damage in Ferguson
Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son, Breck Bednar, was stabbed to death by an "internet predator", says she is lost and heartbroken.
A complaint from a seven-year-old girl prompts Tesco to remove a sign which referred to a superhero alarm clock as a "gift for a boy".