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BBC News - UK
SNP celebrate - as Labour 'hang on'
Nicola Sturgeon plays down talk of an independence referendum after the SNP's win - while Jeremy Corbyn says results across Britain show Labour had "hung on".
Government U-turn over forced academies
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announces the government will not now pursue plans to force all schools in England to become academies.
Worker found alive in warehouse collapse
A worker trapped when metal shelving inside a food distribution warehouse collapsed is found alive and unhurt.
Doctor 'refused' visit before boy died
A doctor accused of the manslaughter of an ill 12-year-old boy refused him a home visit the day before he died, a court hears.
On-the-run killing suspect detained
A man who went on the run suspected of being armed after a fatal shooting is arrested after he hands himself in to police.
BBC News - Science & Environment
'Boaty' ship named after Attenborough
The UK's new polar research ship is to be named RRS Sir David Attenborough, despite Boaty McBoatface previously topping a public vote.
SpaceX records another rocket landing
US company SpaceX makes another successful landing of a rocket booster after launching a satellite to orbit.
Shower gel plastic beads may face ban
The UK's Environment Minister promises action to cut pollution from facial scrubs and body washes.
Space radar to assess Europe's historic sites
A satellite radar project is under way to assess the geological hazards facing the 400-plus European monuments and sites on the Unesco World Heritage List.
'Perfect storm' boosted Alberta fires
The El Niño weather phenomenon and ongoing climate change have both contributed to the devastating Alberta wildfires, according to experts.
BBC News - Business
US jobs growth falters in April
The US economy added 160,000 jobs in April - undershooting expectations and well below the 208,000 created in March.
Greece hit by nationwide strike
Public transport and shipping hit as Greeks start a three-day general strike in protest at further austerity measures.
Tata bidder warns of major job cuts
One of the potential buyers of Tata Steel - the management team - says it could cut up to 1,000 jobs if it succeeds in buying the plants.
BHS inquiry chairman 'should resign'
Former BHS owner Philip Green calls on the chairman of a Commons committee probing the collapse to resign over "prejudicial comments", as ex-M&S chief Lord Myners is appointed to advise MPs.
Steel giant forecasts rise in demand
The world's biggest steel maker ArcelorMittal sees an improvement in the global steel market.
BBC Sport - Sport
Dembele banned for six matches
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele is banned for six games for violent conduct against Chelsea's Diego Costa.
Murray to play Nadal in Madrid semis
Britain's Andy Murray beats Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic to set up a Madrid Open semi-final meeting with Rafael Nadal.
Uefa defends Europa League final venue
Uefa defends its decision to host the Europa League final between Liverpool and Sevilla at the 35,000-seater St Jakob Park.
Ennis-Hill out of Gotzis meeting
Olympic and world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill pulls out of June's meeting in Gotzis, Austria.
Lawro's predictions v darts star Adrian 'Jackpot' Lewis
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on former darts world champion Adrian 'Jackpot' Lewis in this week's Premier League predictions.
BBC News - Technology
Rural broadband 'only on request'
There will be no automatic rollout of broadband to homes and businesses in the remotest parts of the UK, the government says.
Space Invaders joins gaming hall of fame
Space Invaders, Sonic the Hedgehog and Grand Theft Auto III are inducted into the US-based World Video Game Hall of Fame.
Microsoft removes store-blocking feature
Businesses running the professional version of Windows 10 will no longer be able to block access to the Windows Store, the software giant says.
Bitcoin 'creator' cancels proof
Craig Wright, the Australian entrepreneur who has claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, reneges on a promise to provide "extraordinary proof".
Does Bitcoin still matter?
Virtual currency Bitcoin has not replaced government-issued money but the underlying blockchain technology is becoming more mainstream.
BBC News - Health
Junior doctors' contract talks welcomed
Moves by the government and junior doctors to restart talks has prompted hope the dispute over new working arrangements can be solved.
Axed health champion fears for young
The former mental health champion for schools in England says the government's decision to axe her role silences young people and teachers.
US to ban e-cigarettes for under-18s
The US government unveils new federal rules that include a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes to people aged under 18.
HIV-infected organs transplant success
HIV-infected organs have been successfully transplanted into four HIV-positive NHS patients in the UK, for the first time.
Skin bacteria stay 'stable over time'
Everyone has their own personal range of bacteria living on their skin that stays largely unchanged over time, a US study suggests.
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