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The UK government's response to claims that British troops abused and unlawfully killed civilians in Iraq is inadequate, the High Court rules, but it stops short of ordering a public inquiry.
Sally Bercow says she is "surprised and disappointed" that the High Court has ruled a tweet by her about Lord McAlpine to be libellous.
The UK Independence Party's only Welsh MEP says he will stand down next year for personal reasons.
A man accused of murdering April Jones tells a court a bin bag he was seen carrying the day after the five-year-old went missing was empty.
Stephen Fry is one of three notables to be immortalised in sheet steel near Norwich railway station.
What do radical Islamists actually believe in?
Pakistani officials welcome Barack Obama's speech rethinking US policy on the use of drones, which have killed hundreds of people in Pakistan.
Russia says the Syrian government has agreed "in principle" to attend an international peace conference set to be held in Geneva in June.
A public appeal for help to recover the very first web page has unearthed a relic from 1991.
British number one Laura Robson faces former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the French Open first round.
Two prison vans transporting defendants to the Dale Cregan trial are involved in a collision in Lancashire.
In an age when "extremely violent and sadistic imagery is two clicks away", school sex education is struggling to keep pace, suggests a study.
The 2015 Europa League winners will qualify for the following season's Champions League, Uefa confirms.
A plane with smoke coming from one of its engines makes an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport.
The BBC is to close its Digital Media Initiative, with director general Tony Hall saying it had "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
The government defends security services against criticism they missed signs which might have helped prevent the murder of a soldier in London.
Final preparations to install overhead and underground cabling are being made for the city centre section of the Edinburgh tram line.
The Stockholm fire brigade tackles fires at at least two schools on a fifth night of rioting in the Swedish capital.
London Mayor Boris Johnson adds his voice to suggestions the Communications Data Bill could be revived after the murder of a soldier in a London street.
The rainbow flag will fly from the Cabinet Office during gay Pride week to show the government's commitment to same sex marriage.
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