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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the UK economy will grow by 2.9% in 2014, while global growth will be 3.6%.
The number of job vacancies in England is increasing - but employers are struggling to find enough staff to meet demand.
At his murder trial, South African athlete Oscar Pistorius describes the moment he fired the shots which killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A rare Ming-era wine cup fetches a record-breaking $36m at auction in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
The jury in the murder trial of a man accused of killing PC Keith Blakelock in the 1985 Broadwater Farm riots retires to consider its verdict.
Michael Adebolajo, given a whole-life term for the killing of soldier Lee Rigby, launches an appeal against his sentence.
Sir Chris Hoy signs a deal to race at this season's British GT Championship as he eyes the Le Mans 24-Hour race in 2016.
An Austrian far-right MEP criticised for calling the EU a "conglomerate of Negroes" quits as a candidate for his party in the European elections.
MPs discuss oversight of their expenses conduct after an urgent question is granted.
US contractor Alan Gross, who has been in jail in Cuba for more than four years, is on hunger strike, according to his lawyer.
Chat show host Des O'Connor tells Max Clifford's indecent assault trial the publicist was "charming" and acted with "integrity".
English cities will gain more powers over transport, housing and employment to tackle the "productivity gap" with London, Ed Miliband pledges.
A mother was "determined" to get the "truth uncovered" about the Hillsborough disaster after her 15-year-old son died, a coroner hears.
Two enormous steel sculptures of Kelpie horse heads towering over the M9 at Falkirk are lit up for the first time.
Archive footage reveals how government Special Advisers, known as SpAds, end up in the news for the wrong reasons.
A volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean has merged with its neighbour to form one landmass, the US space agency says.
Residents of a Shropshire town are told a fishy smell coming from their drains was caused by dead piranha fish, which had been flushed down the toilet.
A man accused of arranging his wife's killing on their honeymoon is remanded to a psychiatric hospital in South Africa.
Police may be overusing their power to gather people's communications data - such as who owns a phone and what numbers it has called - says the interception of communications commissioner.
Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe is admitted to hospital with a shoulder infection amid fears he may never compete again.
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