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Colchester entertain Leyton Orient in League One today.
There are now just 100 days until the General Election, with Britain's two largest parties - Labour and the Conservatives - launching new policies in a bid to lure voters.
About 300 Holocaust survivors are expected to attend an event marking 70 years since Soviet troops liberated the Auschwitz death camp.
With 100 days to go until the General Election, Sky News is forecasting another hung parliament - with Labour rather than the Conservatives as the largest party.
England Women’s World Cup-winning coach Gary Street has parted company with the RFU by mutual consent.
Cambridge United chairman Dave Doggett has confirmed the club will invest revenue from the FA Cup replay at Manchester United in improvements to Abbey Stadium.
Top-ranked Serena Williams staged a barnstorming comeback against Spain's Garbine Muguruza to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals on Monday.
Benedict Cumberbatch has said he is an "idiot" after he described black people as "coloured" on US television.
The mystery over where one of the world's most important literary figures was buried could be solved after experts discovered a casket bearing his initials.
Greek singer Demis Roussos, who became popular in the 1960s and 1970s, has died in an Athens hospital at the age of 68.
The only one of Britain's big domestic energy suppliers not to have cut prices in recent weeks is to hold talks with the Government on Tuesday amid continuing pressure on the industry to pass on the full benefits of falling wholesale costs to consumers.
Some of the world's biggest sovereign wealth funds will hold talks with the Government on Tuesday about ploughing billions of pounds into British infrastructure projects.
Flybe, the regional budget airline, has endured a stock sell-off after admitting its annual profits would fall short of expectations.
A judge in the French city of Valenciennes has told a couple they cannot call their baby daughter Nutella, because it "is the trade name of a spread".
Olympian Greg Rutherford has revealed the sad ending of the story of an injured deer he carried home in an attempt to help it.
A match.com profile purportedly belonging to a former New York officer dubbed the "cannibal cop" has been removed from the dating website, news reports say.
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