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Hundreds of demonstrators from across the country descended on Margate today (28 February) to protest against the UK Independence Party whilst they hosted their 2015 Spring conference.
IBTimes UK catches up with YouTube sensations Tristan, Connor, James and Brad to talk girls, music and growing up.
Farage went on the offensive against the Tories and revealed his delight at current polls.
Pellegrini believes City are favourites due to Liverpool's late return from Turkey after their Europa League loss.
Articles from the site of Hatra and the Mesopotamian city of Nineveh were destroyed.
Exclusive: Duffin also says Ukip doesn't have all-women shortlists because it's not a 'party of tokens'.
An exhibition showcasing the career of the Ashes To Ashes singer is at the Philharmonie de Paris.
XLR-One is powered by EZ-Robots, a simple robotics platform that takes away the pain of programming.
Chadian troops in northern Nigeria show off Boko Haram prisoners, weapons and military vehicles.
Students say coding is cool but "most teachers aren't happy with teaching computing".
Film critics Alfred Joyner and Ben Skipper take a look at the big movie releases this March.
Chelsea will want to bounce back from their disappointing draw against Burnley.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has outlined Britain's stance on the conflict in Ukraine.
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge revealed he dreamed of being as astronaut as a child.
A Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal.
Arsenal will meet Everton in the Premier League on Sunday after their defeat by AS Monaco
Jordan and Israel signed an agreement on 26 February to go ahead with a World Bank-sponsored project.
World Animal Protection believes a responsible tourism can end suffering of thousands of animals
The decision approved by 65% of voters in November took effect on 26 February.
Havana's annual cigar festival attracts aficionados from all over the world.
Chelsea signs £40m shirt deal with Japanese tyre-maker Yokohama Rubber
By Jerin Mathew