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While some improvements have been made since 2014, inspectors say the pace of change "has been too slow". Source: BBC Lancashire
The crash happened in queuing traffic on the M58 after an earlier fatal smash between a minibus and HGV. Source: BBC Lancashire
The UK's intelligence services say there are too few young women working in cyber-security. Source: BBC Lancashire
Fleetwood boss Joey Barton is fined £2,000 for criticising the referee following their loss to Bristol Rovers. Source: BBC Lancashire
Steve Davies wants to "bring goals" as the striker signs for Hamilton Academical following his release by Blackpool. Source: BBC Lancashire
Championship side Blackburn Rovers loan defender Sam Hart to Southend United for the remainder of the season. Source: BBC Lancashire
The Solicitor General had referred Graham Stridgeon's sentence to the Court of Appeal for review. Source: BBC Lancashire
St Mirren sign Brad Lyons on loan from Blackburn Rovers as manager Oran Kearney is reunited with the midfielder he sold to the English club from Coleraine. Source: BBC Lancashire
Fanny Hill was first published in 1748 and has attracted controversy ever since. Source: BBC Lancashire
Police open a murder investigation after Leanne Unsworth is found dead at a house in Burnley. Source: BBC Lancashire
The online retailer raises its revenue forecast as sales at its PrettyLittleThing brand nearly double. Source: BBC Lancashire
Sydney Gardens in Bath is among six parks to have been awarded a total of £13.8m in lottery cash. Source: BBC Lancashire
Blackburn Rovers loan keeper Oliver Byrne to Stevenage for the remainder of the season, including any play-off games. Source: BBC Lancashire
Manager Rafael Benitez says Newcastle will struggle to "have a go" in this season's FA Cup because of their league position. Source: BBC Lancashire
Accrington owner Andy Holt and manager John Coleman talk about the club's ascent to its current heights in League One. Source: BBC Lancashire
Cuadrilla called for a review of fracking regulations after having to repeatedly halt operations. Source: BBC Lancashire