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Robert Peston finds out whether people are spending or saving in Bluewater shopping centre in Kent, ahead of the Chancellor's autumn statement on Thursday.
France's parliament approves a bill that will impose a fine of at least 1,500 euros ($2,030) on anyone paying for sex.
Arsene Wenger said Nicklas Bendtner can help Arsenal's title challenge after the Dane scored in a 2-0 win over Hull.
Bryan Oviedo hits a late winner as Everton condemn David Moyes's Manchester United to a first defeat in eight games.
Barrow and Furness Labour MP John Woodcock is being treated for depression, he reveals.
Luis Suarez scores four goals as his virtuoso performance overwhelms Norwich at Anfield.
George Osborne will announce a fresh round of spending cuts for Whitehall departments when he gives his Autumn Statement on Thursday.
Three ex-presidents of Ukraine give their support to mass anti-government protesters angered by the failure to sign a major deal with the EU.
A crossbench peer has been accused by a charity of misappropriating more than £600,000 of its funds, to fund his own lifestyle, BBC Newsnight learns.
Nicklas Bendtner's rare goal helps Arsenal sweep past Hull to maintain their lead at the Premier League summit.
The sectarian and sexual violence gripping the Central African Republic is now the worst it has ever been.
TV cook Nigella Lawson has admitted taking cocaine, but denies having a drug problem or being an addict.
Ding Junhui's hopes of winning a fourth consecutive ranking title end with a 6-4 loss to Ricky Walden at the UK Championship.
An independent review will be held to learn lessons from a case of alleged abuse at care homes in south Wales, First Minister Carwyn Jones announces.
A prison officer attempted to warn his superiors of the risk posed by gunman Raoul Moat as he was released from jail, an inquest hears.
A 66-year-old man dies in a three-vehicle collision, including a lorry, in County Armagh.