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The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) made a series of mistakes in investigating the death of a man in custody, a review finds.
Frank Lampard says ex-Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho can repeat the success he had during his first spell at the club.
Danish shipping firm Maersk Line is taking delivery of 20 of the world's largest ships, despite posting a drop in earnings.
Retiring Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is relishing his 1,500th - and final - game in charge on Sunday.
A "puffin census" has started on the Farne Islands in Northumberland, with National Trust rangers surveying how many breeding pairs of the birds live there.
A leading Scottish heart hospital conducts an internal review after an audit reported higher than expected mortality rates.
Russia has sent sophisticated anti-ship missiles to Syria which could be used to deter future military intervention, US media reports say.
Images from Paul Shane's career in television
UK households are receiving too many nuisance calls, according to the telecoms regulator, Ofcom.
A man who admitted killing a British soldier outside a Cyprus nightclub is jailed for eight years.
The number of people under 40 with type 2 diabetes in the UK has risen sharply in the past 20 years, research shows.
Games giant EA has revealed that it currently has no games in development for Nintendo's Wii U console.
Car sales across Europe rose in April for the first time in 18 months, helped by strong demand in the UK and by the early Easter break.
Wigan winger Callum McManaman is ruled out of England's European Under-21 Championship campaign with an ankle injury.
A police watchdog may investigate North Yorkshire Police over contact its officers had with the disgraced Jimmy Savile.
Su Pollard pays tribute to co-star Paul Shane who has died at the age of 72
Nigeria's army begins operations against militant Islamists, while residents report overnight explosions and gunfire elsewhere in the north.
Nigel Farage has said he hung up on an interview with BBC Scotland because the line of questioning "was insulting and unpleasant".
A Philippine official warns migrant workers in Taiwan to keep a low profile, amid a diplomatic row over the death of a fisherman.
Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews protest in Jerusalem against plans to force members of their community to serve in the Israeli military.