Your guide to the important results, through the night and into Friday evening.
Dissent from the Labour right must be met with unity of resolve from the left, says Michael Chessum.
Major Tim Peake continues a great British tradition.
That Marco Rubio - to the right not just of Mitt Romney but of Rick Santorum - is considered the establishment choice will be the lasting legacy of Trump.
Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron are miles apart on human rights.
The shadow of an American or Russian veto will colour the next year at the United Nations.
Free education in Scotland: a bung for the middle class, paid for by the poor.
Could the former Mayor of London be headed back to the political frontline?
The third runway makes neither environmental nor social sense, argues Ruth Cadbury.
If the BBC were to take seriously its commitment to diversity, then it should make the Sports Personality of the Year shortlist 50:50 women and men. Fewer thugs, more brilliant sportswomen.
The answer holds the key to the pressure over airports.
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