Adrian O'Kane was returning to his hotel in the early hours of Sunday when he was hit by a motorist.
Police believe the group are sharing screen shots of press coverage between themselves.
Ticket problem leaves hundreds of fans waiting for hours in queue.
UKIP's foreign affairs spokesman resigns his post in protest at leader Paul Nuttall's call to ban the burka.
Britain's "golden couple" was honoured alongside other athletes during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Madihah Taheer, who is 36 weeks pregnant, is accused of helping her spouse buy a knife for an attack.
Data from 127 clinical commissioning groups also suggests total spending will rise by 4.15% in 2017/18.
'This Birmingham' will include famous and less well known inspiring people from the city.
People in Leave-friendly Tipton say they are still concerned by immigration.
The wife of the new Birmingham City boss has given an insight into life with the football manager.
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Fit-again Wolves winger Jordan Graham will be a 'force to be reckoned with' next season, says team-mate Richard Stearman.
Izzy Brown's strike is enough to give Huddersfield Town a narrow win at Wolves to secure a Championship play-off spot.
Chris Eagles hits a stunning late winner to beat Walsall and keep Port Vale's League One survival hopes alive.
Birmingham City captain Paul Robinson is charged with violent conduct in Sunday's Second City derby defeat at Aston Villa.
Warwickshire skipper Ian Bell hopes their One-Day Cup defence can kick-start a difficult start to the season.
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to an Olympic bronze medal for the second time in five months after retrospective drug tests.
Warwickshire captain Ian Bell misses out on a century but the Bears show fight to draw with Surrey at Edgbaston.
Dan Evans claims his first ATP Tour win on Clay at the Barcelona Open as fellow Briton Kyle Edmund also progresses to the second round.
Gabby Agbonlahor's derby winner against Birmingham may earn the Aston Villa striker a new deal, says boss Steve Bruce.
Gabby Agbonlahor hits his first goal in 14 months as Aston Villa keep Harry Redknapp's Birmingham in relegation trouble.
A US missile defence system in South Korea 'will defeat North Korean threat', says a top commander.
The bitterly fought campaign in France's presidential election moves up a gear.
Liang Sheng Yueh is recovering in a Kathmandu hospital, but his girlfriend died on the mountainside.
Analysts say the plan will add trillions to the deficit but the US government says growth will fund it.
The scale of the damage done by IS militants to the site - featured in The Exorcist - is not clear.
The Oscar-winning film-maker also made such films as Philadelphia and Stop Making Sense.
Police try to arrest 3,000 people allegedly linked to a movement blamed for the failed 2016 coup.
The EU is taking legal action against Hungary over a law tightening control on foreign universities.
Ten people held are suspected of helping supply arms to kosher supermarket attacker Amedy Coulibaly.
Police say the woman faces possible mischief charges but why she did it remains a mystery.
The actor says he feels "let down" and that he has the right to spend his money how he wants.
The 11-year-old was allegedly beaten so badly by a warden that his legs had to be amputated.
President Trump has slapped tariffs on Canadian lumber - now he's going after their dairy farmers. Why?
Falco, Toto, Mia and Mautzi were born a month ago at the White Zoo, about 150 km north of Vienna.
Caitlyn Jenner has released a memoir entitled The Secrets Of My Life. She talks to Women's Hour about the journey she has been on since her transition two years ago.
The military exercise took place around 15 miles from the border with North Korea.
Man Kaur's appearance at the World Master Games was a runaway success.
South Koreans protest over deployment of US missile defence system.
Gallery Guardian is designed to protect children from explicit images, but does not spot every snap.
The children who interrupted a BBC interview get their own cartoon, to their father's delight.
Simon the 90cm-long rabbit was being flown in the cargo hold from London to Chicago's O'Hare International.
All media must now refer to President Emomali Rahmon by his not insubstantial official title.
Competition creates awareness about "the importance of breeding this beautiful animal".
Switzerland is set for good weather this summer according to a popular spring tradition.
How some suspects fell victim to their own stupidity, ignorance and vanity.
Abu Jaafar's job is to find people desperate enough to give up parts of their body for money.
It comes after a Thai man broadcast the murder of his 11-month daughter on Facebook Live.
In March 1974, Chinese farmers unearthed the greatest archaeological find of the century, the Terracotta Army. Archaeologist Li Xiuzhen has worked on the site since the 1980s.
Seven ways Donald Trump's presidency has changed the US and its relationship with the world.
The BBC's Laurence Peter examines what really divides election rivals Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen.
South Africa is in for a rough ride as the ruling ANC prepares to choose President Jacob Zuma's successor.
Following years of drought, California's deserts have erupted with a "super bloom" of wildflowers visible even from space.
Speculation is rife that China could be tightening the oil tap, which the North's economy needs to survive.
The US is days away from a potential government shutdown. It's happened before. What is going on?
He posted a video online of himself watching a BBC News report about son's first international goal.
Theresa May repeated her campaign message of a "strong and stable" leadership at PMQs on Wednesday.
Jeremy Corbyn raises the Waspi issue of women's pensions, when he poses a question from Maureen.
Fifty organisations from across the UK which work with refugees have written to Home Secretary Amber Rudd calling on her to reverse a policy that they say is "beyond basic morality".
Two women who don't like politics paid a visit to Parliament, but did it convince them to vote?
In this Viewsnight, the former head of Downing Street's policy unit makes the case for a death tax.
The BBC meets volunteers in the biggest ever convoy to transport medical vehicles from the UK to Syria.
The Royal Horticultural Society says that parts of the UK will experience very different impacts.
Jonny Benjamin says running with the man who stopped him jumping from a bridge was ‘emotional’.
"Hundreds" of fans were left outside the star's gig venue because of ticketing problems.
Former Hillary Clinton advisor Anne-Marie Slaughter clarifies why she thinks a year of maternity leave is too long for working mothers.
Could people in Wakefield - once regarded as Labour heartland - really vote another way?
Amy Clare is featuring in a charity calendar to raise awareness of Crohn's.
Bob Emmerson is now aiming to clock up 300 races after running Parkrun events for five years.
Four drivers and ex-drivers have admitted falling asleep while in control of a tram on the Croydon line.
Sue Jenkins says she has given up her life to care for her 88-year-old mother who has dementia.
David Wyeth and Matthew Rees recall their inspiring encounter at the London Marathon finish line.
Ben Blowes completed the London Marathon in under six hours, with a tumble dryer on his back.
Tunnels at a former top secret World War Two chemical weapons site in Flintshire are being formally opened to the public on Saturday.
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Hedgehogs, nursed back to health in an animal sanctuary, are released in the village of Burton Fleming, East Yorkshire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge surprise Radio 1's Adele Roberts ahead of her marathon run.
Two people are arrested after a car crashes at speed into parked vehicles in a street in Cleethorpes.
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