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The UK's second-biggest steel maker has been seeking £75m in government backing to help it stay afloat.
The Brexit Party leader had just given a short speech in Newcastle when he was covered in milkshake.
Christchurch mosque attacker Brenton Tarrant is formally charged with terrorism for the March killings.
The handwritten wills have been found Queen of Soul's Detroit home, a lawyer reveals.
NBA play-offs: Golden State Warriors into fifth straight NBA Finals after eliminating Portland Trail Blazers
The Golden State Warriors are through to their fifth straight NBA Finals series after a 119-117 overtime win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
BBC Sport looks back on Daniela Montoya's thunderous strike for Colombia against Mexico, one of a string of excellent goals scored at the 2015 World Cup.
Watch some of the best goals scored in this season's Scottish Premiership, including stunning strikes by Eamonn Brophy, Alfredo Morelos and James Wilson.
Periods might not turn wine into vinegar but can they affect an athlete's performance? BBC Sport looks at how athletes and doctors cope with menstruation.
The original show has finally come to an end, but the prequel could start as early as next year.
A three-time Formula 1 world champion and non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team, Niki Lauda was one of the biggest names in motorsport.
The pair are set to host a new Saturday night music quiz show on BBC One.
Former Formula 1 champion Niki Lauda has died aged 70, his family says.
President Joko Widodo wins a new term in Indonesia, but his rival may mount a court challenge.
Campaigners say police use of the technology is like taking DNA or fingerprints without consent.
The Association of School and College Leaders described it as "pretty unethical conduct".
University of Oxford wants a big increase in students from deprived areas in the next four years.
Drugs, guns, knives and cash were seized by police across the UK in week-long operation.
Shetland - and its "spectacular" wildlife - is the only UK destination to feature in the Lonely Planet list of places to visit.
Anders Povlsen fell in love with Scotland on a fishing trip and is now its biggest private landowner.
Ex-Worcestershire player Alex Hepburn helped set up a sexual conquest "game" on WhatsApp.