Success in Oregon will boost the Vermont senator's campaign but he is unlikely to win the nomination
Former head of MI6 warns of 'populist uprising' amid growing anger from voters
Poor city planning also leaves 1.3 billion people exposed to risks of flooding alone
People have a high risk of slipping into low-income poverty, but are also "much more likely to escape"
'For religious Americans, pornography use is at odds with their view of sexual morality'
Number of armed officers has dropped to its lowest level since 1987
Thousands sign petition as corporation makes savings and reins in its 'imperial' ambitions
Motorists could soon store digital licence on their mobile devices
Plans will also see poor-performing universities forced to apply smaller increases
Two thirds of the population show up for bus parade and carnival after the greatest Premier League triumph ever
Preview of the book to accompany the film shows Darth Vader will appear
But will these moves challenge the dominance of the 'big four'?
Patrons will be able to eat burgers and fries in the sauna – and other tall tales
Setting of famous Dracula novel causes tension between locals and goth community
White Paper gives green light for subscription streaming in landmark move
Watchdog uncovers 100 schools operating outside the supervision of the English authorities
Baby animal had to be euthanised after it was rejected by herd following human contact
David Cameron announced the government would scrap VAT on sanitary products after a climbdown by Brussels
Company reckons new operation could become "very big – but not for a decade"
Fans sad to see the Channel 4 drama end, despite criticism that storyline was 'all over the place'