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Mobile operator EE defends selling its user data, after it emerges Scotland Yard has had "initial meetings" about acquiring information.
Environmental group Global Witness accuses two Vietnamese rubber companies of massive land grabs in Cambodia and Laos.
Watford win a dramatic play-off semi-final as Troy Deeney scores the winner seconds after Anthony Knockaert missed a penalty for Leicester.
Archers actor Arnold Peters, who played businessman Jack Woolley in the Radio 4 soap, dies aged 87.
A Radio Stoke presenter is removed from her programme after appearing to be drunk on air.
Preachers described as 'extremist' have been speaking at UK universities, according to a report into campus activism.
A BAE Systems aircraft flies without a pilot in UK airspace shared with passenger flights for the first time.
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Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz says the current state of Formula 1 is "nothing to do with racing any more".
Andrew Moran, one of the UK's most wanted fugitives, is to be extradited from Spain after being arrested at a luxury villa.
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British Gas owner Centrica says gas use in the first four months of this year jumped 18% and says it will hold prices "for as long as possible".
Self-styled revolutionary "Carlos the Jackal" returns to court in Paris to appeal against his life sentence for deadly attacks in France in the 1980s.
Bonnie Tyler's bid for Eurovision glory will be celebrated in Swansea with an open air party and live relay of the contest.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Wayne Rooney "was not keen to play" in his final home match as Manchester United manager.
Ticket prices are announced for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Staff at Scottish courts and in prisons are among civil servants taking part in three days of industrial action over pay and pensions.
Stuart Broad wants to summon up the spirit of The Oval 2009 as England aim for a third consecutive Ashes series win.
US Doctor Who fans are being urged to keep the plot of Saturday's finale secret after DVDs of the series were sent out early in error.