22 March 2011
Last updated at 14:59 ET
The Ministry of Defence says the coalition operation over Libya has stopped Col Muammar Gaddafi's forces "in their tracks", but that civilian lives are still in danger.
The Home Secretary promises to cut student visa numbers by a quarter and to stop bogus colleges.
Current events mean 2011 will be seen in centuries to come "as a very important year in human history", UK Foreign Secretary William Hague says.
A father who murdered his five-year-old daughter by driving a car into a river is told he must spend at least 15 years in prison.
An operation to evict student protesters from Glasgow University is condemned as "heavy handed".
The definition is an almost useless expression, so vague that even the pollsters sub-divide it.
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