The Institute for Fiscal Studies says leaving the EU could lead to more austerity - but Vote Leave calls the think tank "a propaganda arm" of Brussels.
Marks and Spencer's new boss unveils plans to revive the retailer's clothing and homeware business, but warns the changes will hit profits.
GPs in England have "dramatically" reduced the number of antibiotic prescriptions they prescribe to patients, latest figures reveal.
Russia has released jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko following a prisoner swap, local media say.
Almost one in five (18%) of couples in the UK argue regularly or consider separating, a study suggests.
Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in the New Mexico city of Albuquerque turn violent as demonstrators throw bottles and clash with police.
Many people will be turned away from polling stations because they mistakenly think they are on the electoral register, campaigners warn.
The Afghan Taliban name Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader following the death of Mullah Mansour in a drone strike.
Research suggests one in five children born in a single year were referred to social services before the age of five.
On-demand video streaming services face a call that at least 20% of the catalogues they offer to EU subscribers should be made locally.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones are in Mumbai for a Tata board meeting to discuss bids for its UK steel operations.
Adults in Scotland increase their consumption of alcohol for the second year in a row, according to a report.
Around 100 classic cars were driven through Santa Fe as part of a celebration of lowriders.
A news crew has been filming tornados outside Dodge City in Kansas. At least two people were injured in severe storms.
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Authorities have fired pepper spray and used smoke grenades at violent protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico on Tuesday night.
Parked cars have fallen into a 200m-long hole which opened up on the Arno river bank in Florence.
A three-story building has collapsed after flooding in the Rongxian county of China's southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Deep underground, beneath Daya Bay in the south of China, scientists are hunting for the oddest particles in the cosmos - neutrinos.
Twitter's chief executive explains why he is changing its restrictions on how long tweets are allowed to be.
The French state seeking £1.2bn in back taxes from Google, stomach surgery that "reverses" type 2 diabetes, and the death of Cato actor Burt Kwouk all feature in Wednesday's papers.
The Vote Leave campaign is adapting its tactics and focusing on immigration, as a series of polls suggest momentum may be building for the Remain side.
Divisions over how to deal with illegal immigration - particularly following Donald Trump's incendiary rhetoric - are likely to play a key role in debate during the US presidential election, says James Naughtie.
Following the United States and Iraqi military attacks against Islamic State in Falluja, the BBC's Paul Adams examines the bloody past of the troubled city.
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A collection of 1,000 teddy bears, including Sooty and the original Paddington Bear, move to a permanent home at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.
Chewbacca from Star Wars takes a break from filming to pay a visit to a primary school in County Kerry.
Jose Mourinho would deliver "entertaining" football if appointed Manchester United manager, says club legend Paul Scholes.
Heather Watson loses to 13th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova as Britain's interest in the French Open women's singles ends.
Dan Roan is granted rare behind-the-scenes access to the discredited Moscow laboratory at the centre of the Russian doping scandal.
Borussia Monchengladbach and Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka joins Arsenal on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee.
Taxpayers who were forced to wait for up to an hour when phoning HM Revenue and Customs lost the equivalent of £97m last year, NAO says.
Royal Dutch Shell is to cut at least another 2,200 jobs, in addition to 10,000 announced earlier this year.
A dozen former senior military officers speak out in favour of leaving the EU, warning membership has undermined the UK's "combat effectiveness".
The integrity of the United Kingdom is being threatened by "piecemeal" devolution to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, peers say.
Scientists studying the Zika outbreak in Brazil are becoming increasingly concerned the virus may cause eye damage in babies.
Plans to scrap student bursaries and charge nurses and other health staff for their degrees in England could backfire, unions are warning.
University lecturers are due to start a two-day strike over pay, amid warnings other staff could join the dispute.
Head teachers are calling on the education secretary to stop the publication of this year's primary school results in England because the results would be unreliable.
Microsoft has created an extra notification to allow customers to cancel Windows 10 upgrade after being accused of "nasty tricks".
Huawei is suing its tech rival Samsung in two countries over claims that several of its patents have been infringed.
A study finds that bizarre, tentacled worms which live attached to crayfish are at risk of extinction - because the crayfish themselves are endangered.
Dosing farm animals with antibiotics increases greenhouse gas emissions from cow dung, research suggests.
Music and theatre tickets are being sold unlawfully on the UK's biggest secondary websites - including Viagogo, Stubhub and Seatwave - says Which?
Australia's deputy PM says he's "pulling strings" in Johnny Depp's head, after the actor says he is "inbred with a tomato", in the ongoing dog-smuggling saga.
For years doctors in the US made little attempt to save the lives of premature babies, but there was one place distressed parents could turn for help - a sideshow on Coney Island.
How the cornflower has become the centre of a political controversy in Austria.
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Saudi Arabia prepares for religious tourism boost
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