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A former executive at global financial services firm Morgan Stanley is jailed for two years for embezzling almost £400,000 to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Rebekah Brooks told a friend of the prime minister that Andy Coulson might not survive in his communications director job because of the phone-hacking scandal, a court is told.
Two flute band members broke parading conditions by playing the loyalist song, The Sash, outside a Catholic Church in Belfast, a court has ruled.
An independent Scottish nation could keep the pound, and that would be in "the overwhelming interest of both Scotland and the rest of the UK", said John Swinney.
Pharmacy giant Boots recalls tens of thousands of bottles of cough and cold medicines over fears that plastic might have got into the liquid.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini denies that goalkeeper Joe Hart will leave the club in the January transfer window.
A six-year-old girl with an inoperable brain tumour who inspired a fundraising campaign for an Isle of Wight hospice, dies.
British and Irish Lions wing Alex Cuthbert returns to the Wales side for the final autumn international against Australia on Saturday.
Pope Francis calls for power in the Catholic Church to be devolved away from the Vatican, in the first major work he has written in the role.
One of four brothers on trial for double murder recalls in court the sexual abuse he suffered as a child at the hands of one of the murder victims.
Why have one in 10 fled homes in the Central African Republic?
Protesters in Thailand have surrounded several government ministries, as street demonstrations continue in Bangkok.
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The number of children and adults in Scotland considered to be overweight continued to rise last year, according to new official figures.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney says he is "more than mildly offended" by a Labour MP's questions.
The trial of two men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, south-east London is to start in the next few days, the judge says.
Protesters demanding the resignation of Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra surround several more government ministries in Bangkok.
Microsoft suspends some Xbox One user accounts after excessive swearing in uploaded clips
Labour claims an ambulance service has seen a 350% rise in 999 calls attended by taxis.
London Underground workers will be balloted for strike action over 750 job cuts and ticket office closures, the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union says.
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