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Is Standard Life alone in planning for a Scotland exit?
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoes a bill that would have allowed business owners who cited their religious beliefs to turn away gay customers.
The weekly earnings of full-time workers in the UK fell in real terms, each year between 2008 and 2013, taking them back to the level of 2002.
A County Tyrone teenager on trial for shooting dead his father, thought that by killing one of his parents they would become his guardian in heaven and resolve his unhappiness in life.
Footage, taken at the police station where Justin Bieber was taken after his January arrest, has been released
Angela Merkel tells British MPs there were "very special expectations of my speech here today".
The time when pro-paedophilia campaigners operated openly
A large survey looking into why young people self-harm has revealed that being bullied is the main reason they first injure themselves.
A Syrian jihadist group has demanded Christians in Raqqa pay a levy in gold and follow restrictions on their faith, under a new set of rules.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel pays tribute to the fallen of World War One and World War Two in an historic address to both Houses of Parliament
The Met Office confirms the UK saw the highest rainfall totals since records began in 1910, while England and Wales broke records started in 1766.
An urgent meeting is demanded over the future of swastikas on Essex County Council's HQ building.
Struggling airline Qantas has said it will cut 5,000 jobs, after reporting a pre-tax loss of A$252m for the six months to the end of December.
24 hours of news photos: 27 February
A 62-year-old oil worker dies after falling into the water from the Taqa platform Harding in the North Sea.
The government is accused by a Tory MP of "sitting idly by" and allowing bonuses at RBS.
The US accuses the Syrian government of undermining the Geneva II peace talks by detaining the relatives of opposition delegates.
Wada promises to take action over claims Russian athletes inhaled performance-enhancing gas at the Winter Olympics.
It's the Caption Challenge.
A deputy head teacher who has previously admitted secretly filming children in a toilet appears in court to face 48 more charges.
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- Grand Chamber hearing Tarakhel v. Switzerland
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