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David Miliband has told the BBC that he believed his brother would be "a great prime minister" who would do a good job of leading the country.
Richard Westcott is given a tour of the signal box at King's Cross, one of the busiest railway stations in Britain.
Fifty years after Dr Beeching's controversial report into the reshaping of British railways is published, some of his decisions are now being reversed.
The weather this spring is in contrast to that of last March, the third warmest on record, when temperatures were in the 70s.
A project to plant six million trees across the UK will finally be completed on Wednesday when Princess Anne plants the final tree at an inner city school.
The second largest baby born naturally in the UK - weighing in at 15 pounds and 7 ounces is born to a couple from Cheltenham.
A senior figure at a health regulator has accused it of ignoring concerns about some hospitals in England.
James Bond actor Daniel Craig has launched the new Range Rover Sport at a ceremony in New York.
Friends of a 14-year-old girl thought to have been killed by a pack of dogs have been paying tribute to the teenager, and laying flowers at the scene of her death.
Home Secretary Theresa May is due to learn whether she has won an appeal to overturn a decision to allow radical cleric Abu Qatada to stay in the UK.
Unseasonably cold weather and freak blizzards are continuing to cause chaos across many parts of Europe.
US student Amanda Knox has said she will fight to clear her name after an Italian court overturned her acquittal for killing Briton Meredith Kercher.
Syria's opposition National Coalition has taken the country's official seat at the Arab League summit in Doha.
A New Jersey shopkeeper is celebrating after scooping $338m (£228m) in the Powerball lottery - the fourth largest prize in the game's history.
The former foreign secretary, David Miliband, is planning to leave Parliament to move to the US to work for a charity, a close friend has confirmed to the BBC.
Benefit applicants with little or no technology skills could lose out under planned changes to the benefits system, campaigners have warned.
Supporters and opponents of same-sex marriage have gathered at the US Supreme Court in Washington as it considers a legal challenge brought by two gay couples from California.
The last of the Navy's Type 42 destroyer is making its final home voyage home to Portsmouth before it is decommissioned.
An officer who resigned from Greater Manchester Police over its handling of sex abuse cases in Rochdale has told the BBC the victims were let down by the police.
Olympic gold medallists Victoria Pendleton and Alistair Brownlee were among those to receive honours from The Queen on Tuesday.