Daily Mail Home: Give and Falklands and Gibraltar their own MPs, says Nigel Farage: UKIP leader says territories voices are dangerously 'muted'
Nigel Farage (pictured) has pointed to France, which reserves seats in both of its houses of Parliament for dependencies including Reunion, Guadeloupe and French Polynesia.
Daily Mail Home: Craig Harrison: £100k for hero sniper driven into hiding after MoD blew his cover: Soldier and his family were at risk of kidnapping by Al Qaeda sympathisers after blunder
Craig Harrison (pictured) was forced to quit his Army home, temporarily leave the country and remove his teenage daughter from school before her GCSE exams.
Daily Mail Home: Oklahoma tornado 2013: 7 children found drowned in Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore
The desperate search continued Monday night and into Tuesday for two dozen Plaza Towers Elementary School children feared dead after yesterday's devastating tornado, which already took the lives of seven of their young classmates.
BBC News: Murray withdraws from French Open
Andy Murray withdraws from the French Open because of the back injury that forced him out of the Italian Open.
BBC News: Bowie bassist Bolder dies aged 62
Trevor Bolder, the bassist in David Bowie's legendary 1970s backing band Spiders From Mars, has died from cancer at the age of 62.
Daily Mail Home: Charles condemns buyers of trendy £4,000 shawl made from rare Tibetan antelope in speech attacking global trade in endangered species
The heir to the throne warned that an increased slaughter of animals such as tigers and rhinos to make exotic products that reflect people’s ‘economic prosperity’ is decimating the world’s wildlife.
Daily Mail Home: Oklahoma tornado: Elementary school where 7 children were killed by tornado 'couldn't afford storm shelter'
Plaza Towers Elementary School, which was a direct hit as the tornado swept through Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, did not have a storm shelter as budgets were stretched, officials said.
BBC England: Heritage tour of Handsworth launched
Heritage trail starts in Birmingham suburb once marred by riots
Daily Mail Home: Angela Merkel under fire over Communist links as new image of her in uniform is released
Picture taken in 1972 shows Mrs Merkel marching with a group of friends and an East German officer as they prepared to take part in a civil defence exercise. The photo was released as a new book alleged she was closer to communists than she has claimed.
BBC News: VIDEO: Scotland 'can afford independence'
Scotland can "more than afford' to be a successful independent country, its first minister has said.