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The general secretary of the union Unite, Len McCluskey, tells BBC Newsnight that Labour should rule out a coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
The United States expels three Venezuelan diplomats, in response to the expulsion of three of its own consular officials from Caracas just over a week ago.
Manchester United are in danger of a Champions League exit after losing 2-0 to Olympiakos in the last-16 first leg.
The prime minister will meet Welsh Tory AMs and MPs later this week as the fallout continues over the party's divisions over income tax devolution.
A decision by the National Archives to keep papers hidden about the trial of Stephen Ward - who was involved in the 1960s Profumo affair - should be overturned, says a lawyer.
Labour should rule out forming a coalition with the Lib Dems after the next election, Unite union boss Len McCluskey says.
A man who became depressed over his ill health shot his wife dead on her birthday and then killed himself, the inquest into their deaths hears.
The Conservatives can be an "irresistible political force" if they reassure voters they are on "their side", says former prime minister Sir John Major.
Aberdeen inflict a first league defeat of the season on Celtic with a second victory over the champions in a matter of weeks.
Ukraine's interim president warns of "dangerous signs" of separatism, as parliament votes to try ousted President Yanukovych at the ICC.
Cigar aficionados from around the world gather in Havana for the annual cigar festival.
TV success proves 'double-edged sword' for family firm
A man in his 80s is charged with murdering two women who were found shot dead in Surrey.
Apple issues a fix to a flaw in its OS X operating system which left users vulnerable to security breaches while browsing online.
Proposals to either scrap or boost the role of the seven local health boards in Wales are launched by Plaid Cymru.
Jose Mourinho says it is a "disgrace" a private conversation in which he appeared to criticise Chelsea players was broadcast.
Small businesses are urged to follow in the footsteps of some larger companies and take advantage of the processing power of supercomputers to boost the economy.
US regulators fine Asiana Airlines $500,000 (£300,000) for failing to help victims of a flight that crashed last year at San Francisco's airport.
Police in England are searching for an Irish teenager who is said to have slapped a shop worker across the face with a large fish.
The country where Guantanamo prisoners get a hero's welcome