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Germanwings crash: Police make 'significant discovery' at home of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz

Europe

Officers have taken items away for testing – but said they did not find a suicide note

Germanwings plane crash live: Andreas Guenter Lubitz intentionally crashed flight 9525 into the Alps in act of mass murder and suicide – latest

Amanda Knox acquitted: Finally they are free. This was an outrageous miscarriage of justice

Father of Bardo Museum gunman: 'I feel as much sorrow for the tourists as I do for my son'

Amanda Knox free: Italian court closes the case for embattled American

General Election TV debate: Miliband gets a head start for the seven-way debate

General Election 2015

Labour drew comfort from survey findings that two-thirds of undecided voters believed the Labour leader had the better of the exchanges

Miliband’s success means that expectations will be higher when he appears in the seven-way televised debate

Missing Isis schoolgirls: Grounded pupils are from same school as three runaway girls

Lobbying group for fracking in Lancashire supported by firms mainly outside county

Pro-hunting campaign fronted by Otis Ferry props up Tories in north-west England

The secret diary of an MP: Our team seems quite upbeat - haven’t they seen the polls?

The Phantom of the Opera and a £22m trust fund feud with Norway

NHS 'health tourism' crackdown making destitute migrant mothers pay thousands for care

UK Politics

Exclusive: The NHS has pursued patients who have lost babies for bills of up to £2,600

The Royal College of Midwives says all women who seek care for themselves and their babies should receive it

'I'm addicted to crisps'... GPs reveal some of the inappropriate – and often weird – requests they receive

General Election 2015: Miliband promises to cap profits from private health care providers

Ebola in the UK: Nurse who contracted Ebola thanks 'incredible' NHS team that cured her

PTSD photo series documents what the disorder is really like – as study reveals suicides of 22 US veterans every day

Below the radar: Could anyone else have known of Andreas Lubitz's plans when he took to the controls of his Germanwings flight?

Editorials

In the past decade and a half, air travellers have become wearily used to the threat of terror attacks involving aeroplanes. We have accepted more stringent security measures at airports.

Letter from the Editor: And it's off, the most unpredictable election in decades

The Paxman factor: Give the former 'Newsnight' titan a regular slot

For all his faults, Russell Brand is utterly sincere, something politicians should emulate

Never underestimate the power of the National Trust

The Battle for Number 10: Great TV but not an interview for the job of prime minister

Daniel Sturridge injury: Huge blow to Liverpool top four hopes as striker out again

Premier League

The England international looks set to be out for a month

Daniel Sturridge

Before Nike bestows top dollar on Gatlin, it should get to the bottom about his past

Pendleton is happy to switch saddles

Robshaw and Co return for Wembley epic

Hong Kong Sevens: England live by their wits to beat Wales in Sevens opener

British Museum offers to lend Elgin Marbles back to Greece

Europe

But the UK rejected a request to take part in a United Nations mediation process about the contentious ownership of the 2,500-year-old sculptures

The marbles on display at the British Museum. If Greece accepted a loan it would be tacit acceptance of British ownership

Dermot O'Leary steps down from presenting The X Factor

Tomas Transtromer: Poet and Nobel Literature Prize winner dies

DVD & Blu-ray reviews: From Christopher Nolan's Interstellar to Horrible Bosses 2

Outlander star Sam Heughan on why sex is so central to the futuristic show

James Moore: The FCA’s own watchdog is barking loudly - and with justification

Business Comment

Outlook

The law firm Pinsent Masons says the FCA, led by Martin Wheatley, has successfully created a whistleblowing culture among the employees of the businesses it regulates.

How much does it cost to insure against tragedy in the skies?

UN agency becomes first buyer of Ikea's flat-pack refugee shelter

Taxi drivers protest driverless tech advances by projecting their faces onto London landmarks

Google paid 'most powerful woman on Wall St' £47m to move

Easter 2015: 7 best dairy-free eggs

Food & Drink

After a chocolatey treat made without milk? Try one of these alternative cocoa-creations

Moo free eggs

12 best slip-on trainers

Easter 2015: 14 best decorations

11 best baby bottle sterilisers

14 best children's wellies

NHS 'health tourism' crackdown making destitute migrant mothers pay thousands for care

UK Politics

Exclusive: The NHS has pursued patients who have lost babies for bills of up to £2,600

The Royal College of Midwives says all women who seek care for themselves and their babies should receive it

'I'm addicted to crisps'... GPs reveal some of the inappropriate – and often weird – requests they receive

LA clothing label launches scented t-shirts that will smell good for dozen washes

General Election 2015: Miliband promises to cap profits from private health care providers

Ebola in the UK: Nurse who contracted Ebola thanks 'incredible' NHS team that cured her

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