Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says he would not join a government dependent on "life support" from the SNP after the general election.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage admits to being "in a great deal of pain" at the start of the general election campaign.
Australia and New Zealand prepare for ceremonies in Turkey in honour of soldiers who fought at Gallipoli 100 years ago.
Leading English hospitals saw income from private patients rise by more than half since 2010, Labour has claimed.
A leading Pakistani activist is shot dead, and her mother left seriously injured, after leaving a seminar on torture in Karachi.
A 73-year-old man, understood to be a former soldier, is charged with the attempted murder of a man who was shot dead by the Army in Northern Ireland more than 40 years ago.
HSBC says it is considering whether to move its headquarters out of the UK, following "regulatory and structural reforms" in the banking industry.
Ed Miliband claims the UK's failure to stand by Libya has contributed to the situation in the Mediterranean - comments described as "ill-judged" by David Cameron.
Proposals for "English votes for English laws" would be in place for the first Budget of a Conservative government, David Cameron is to say.
Ceremonies are held in Armenia and around the world to mark the centenary of the start of mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks.
Police are investigating comments made by Northern Ireland Health Minister Jim Wells after he linked child abuse and gay relationships.
Islamic State appears to have released a promotional video for its own health service featuring NHS-style branding and an Australian doctor.
The UKIP leader's revelation that he is seeking hospital treatment for a back condition and HSBC's threat to quit the UK attract headlines.
Leaving Britain would be a costly business for Europe’s biggest bank and a significant blow to the prestige of the City.
A warming of the relationship with Russia is a key part of China's strategy to rebuff US influence in Asian affairs, says Carrie Gracie.
As Apple begins deliveries of its much anticipated smartwatch, four experts weigh up the impact it might have.
BBC News looks at some of the key points at stake, as Eurozone ministers continue to negotiate the Greek bailout.
England are frustrated by Kraigg Brathwaite's composed century as West Indies have the better of the fourth day of the second Test.
Lewis Hamilton is the richest sportsman in Britain with earnings of £88m, as Wayne Rooney moves into second on £72m.
In his BBC Sport column, Steve Cram says Paula Radcliffe inspired millions and deserves a grand London Marathon send-off.
Defending champion Mark Selby is beaten by qualifier Anthony McGill in the second round of the World Championship.
Sam Burgess is man of the match as Bath come from behind to beat London Irish and move up to second in the Premiership.
Around 40% of homeowners with mortgages could struggle to move because they would not qualify for a new loan under tough new rules
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 close at new record highs after US tech firms report strong first quarter profits.
In the tightly contested seat of Hastings and Rye, it is the topic of fishing quotas that has become a key election issue
BBC News rounds up the fourth week of election campaigning.
Final clinical trials of a malaria vaccine - the first to reach this stage - suggest it could protect one third of children against malaria, according to data published in The Lancet.
A newborn baby, who lived for less than two hours, became the UK's youngest ever organ donor a year ago, it has been revealed.
Student posters calling MPs who broke their 2010 tuition fee promise "liars" have been removed from railway stations in England.
A UK exam board says some overseas students taking an IGCSE exam last week knew in advance what questions they would face.