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Police investigate gay abuse remarks  (24 April 05:31 pm) 
Police are investigating comments made by Northern Ireland Health Minister Jim Wells after he linked child abuse and gay relationships.
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Leaders from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey and Britain's Prince Charles are attending a ceremony marking 100 years since the Battle of Gallipoli.
Bus death officer's guard of honour  (24 April 05:01 pm) 
Hundreds of police officers form a guard of honour at the funeral of an off-duty officer who died after being hit by a bus.
Fireman charged with blaze deaths  (24 April 04:46 pm) 
A fireman appears in court charged with five counts of manslaughter following a blaze, which killed five people at a property he owns in north Wales.
The Islamic State (IS) has released a new video, eulogising Nigeria's Boko Haram, in the latest sign of closer ties between the two militant groups.
Lib Dems warn of market vote worries  (24 April 03:46 pm) 
Treasury minister Danny Alexander warns of market concern at the prospect of a minority government "on life support" after the election.
Will HSBC really quit the UK?  (24 April 05:31 pm) 
Leaving Britain would be a costly business for Europe’s biggest bank and a significant blow to the prestige of the City.
Abuse case peer 'being protected'  (24 April 03:16 pm) 
A man who claims he was abused by Labour peer Lord Janner says he believes the former MP is still being protected by establishment figures.
Ship boarded in North Sea drugs raid  (24 April 03:16 pm) 
A ship is being searched at Aberdeen harbour after it was boarded in the North Sea on suspicion of carrying drugs.
New law 'should not ban buying sex'  (24 April 03:00 pm) 
MSPs back a proposed law on human trafficking but say the buying of sex should not be criminalised as part of the new legislation.
Jobs 'risk' if Tories lose election  (24 April 03:31 pm) 
The boss of one of Wales' largest companies warns that the economy and jobs could be at risk if the Conservatives lose the general election.
Election fraud mayor 'mulls review'  (24 April 02:30 pm) 
A London mayor who was removed from office after he was found guilty of electoral fraud is considering launching a judicial review.
Janner decision was right, says DPP  (24 April 02:30 pm) 
The director of public prosecutions tells BBC Newsnight she made the "right decision" not to prosecute Lord Janner over child sex allegations.
Minister apology for 'gay' remarks  (24 April 02:30 pm) 
Health Minister Jim Wells apologises for remarks he made during a gay marriage discussion.
Girl, 3, attacked by family dog  (24 April 01:46 pm) 
A three-year-old girl is airlifted to hospital after being mauled by a family dog, police say.
Several shots fired at house in city  (24 April 01:46 pm) 
Several shots are fired through the living room window of a house in west Belfast.
Health minister apology over remarks  (24 April 01:30 pm) 
Health Minister Jim Wells apologises for remarks he made during a gay marriage discussion.
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Row over remarks by health minister  (24 April 12:31 pm) 
A political row breaks out over remarks made by the Northern Ireland health minister Jim Wells during gay marriage discussion.
Miliband attacks 'UK failure' on Libya  (24 April 12:16 pm) 
Ed Miliband is to claim David Cameron's failure to "stand by" Libya has contributed in part to the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean - comments described as "shameful" by the Tories.
VIDEO: Doing the sums on school funding  (24 April 12:16 pm) 
Education is a key priority for many people ahead of the general election, but the issue has not featured prominently on the campaign trail so far.
'I've never seen Root bat so well'  (24 April 01:46 pm) 
Joe Root is becoming England's man for all seasons, says Jonathan Agnew, but the tourists missed some opportunities.
Sydney attack brother avoids jail  (24 April 12:01 pm) 
A Northern Ireland man who critically injured his brother in Australia is given a 13 month suspended sentence.
Vast replica recreates ancient cave  (24 April 12:00 pm) 
BBC Newsnight gets rare access to one of the most important cave art sites in the world - and visits its vast replica, which is about to open in France.