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Women in Scotland needing help to conceive are to be guaranteed two IVF cycles, but those who are obese will not get the treatment until they lose weight.
A mental health nurse is accused of having sex with a patient after threatening to release "confidential information" to her employer.
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The chief constable of Thames Valley Police apologises for the delay in securing convictions against seven men who abused girls between 2004 and 2012.
Nvidia prices its Shield handheld console at a significant premium to Sony's PlayStation Vita and Nintendo's 3DS XL.
A senior doctor in charge of one of Northern Ireland's busiest A&E units criticises the government over its current approach to emergency care and its focus on waiting time targets.
A body found after a house fire in Gwynedd was a 74-year-old woman and the cause of the blaze is not suspicious say fire officers.
Harriet Harman lambasts the PM for discussing the EU "in the White House but not in this House".
HSBC says it may cut an additional 14,000 jobs globally as part of its three-year restructuring plan to reduce costs.
A convicted killer with a string of convictions dating back to when he was 13 years old is jailed for life for murder and attempted murder.
UK unemployment rose by 15,000 to 2.52 million in the January to March period, the Office for National Statistics says.
Police arrest four men over allegations of physical abuse at a young offenders centre in County Down in the 1980s.
Malaga will not comment on manager Manuel Pellegrini's future until their season ends on 1 June.
Several countries gain permanent observer status on the Arctic Council but there is dissent over the EU.
The Sun has unleashed the most powerful eruption - a solar flare - of 2013 so far.
More than 1,000 officers take part in the Metropolitan Police's largest ever number of co-ordinated raids in London.
The US envoy to Russia meets officials in Moscow to discuss the case of a US diplomat who allegedly tried to recruit a Russian agent as a spy.
Police who arrested TV weatherman Fred Talbot over historical child sex abuse claims arrest a second former teacher at the school where he taught.
Chelsea and Arsenal could play off for third place in the Premier League and automatic Champions League qualification.