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The prime minister is challenged over his change of policy on payday lending price caps.
Kenyan MPs appeal to the UK not to ban the herbal stimulant khat, saying it is of economic and cultural significance to many Africans.
Nick Buckland had heart surgery weeks before the Winter Olympics - after a device in his chest revealed a life-threatening condition
Making and losing money on virtual currency
The Twitter war between Turkey's Islamists
South Africans are outraged by a question in the national school-leavers' drama exam which asked students to direct the rape scene of baby.
The AA comes to the rescue of Father Christmas when his sleigh breaks down after a Christmas fair in Cambridgeshire.
A series of shootings and bombings have left at least 33 people dead across Iraq, officials say, including nine in the western city of Ramadi.
A house fire in Derbyshire that killed four people was caused by faulty wiring, the fire service says.
Economic growth in the UK was driven by consumer spending in the third quarter of the year, official figures show, and business investment also rose.
Some celebrity chefs have joined forces to try and change what British farmers can feed their pigs, after a ban on the porkers eating catering waste was introduced during the 2001 foot and mouth outbreak.
Ahead of an appeal court hearing on whether or not the Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured Afghan insurgent should be named, one of his comrades says it would be "a travesty" if his identity was released.
Top universities in the UK are as "exclusive as ever" and do not try hard enough to attract students from less advantaged backgrounds, says a higher education analyst.
Royal Mail reports a big jump in half-year profits in its first results since its flotation, as Business Secretary Vince Cable defends the sale before MPs.
Australia's Mitchell Johnson says England should expect more sledging during the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
The birth and death of stars is captured in an image from one of the closest dwarf galaxies to our own - the Large Magellanic Cloud.
Anti-government protesters force the evacuation of Thailand's top crime-fighting agency, on the fourth day of street demonstrations.
How "committed paedophile" Ian Watkins hid in a rock band
Egyptian prosecutors order the arrest of two prominent activists for inciting a protest on Tuesday against a new law that restricts demonstrations.
Three people die and and two others are seriously injured in a road crash on the border of East and North Yorkshire.
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