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Shares in water company Severn Trent surge after it says that a group of international investors is interested in buying it.
A 46-year-old Angolan man died after being restrained by G4S security guards as he was being deported, an inquest hears.
An app offering users the chance to play Russian roulette with their Facebook account has been pulled from the site
Fifa president Sepp Blatter criticises the decision to only fine Roma 50,000 euros after racist chanting from their fans.
The Education Committee looks at the impact of the London Olympics on school sports.
A sharp rise in shale oil reserves is set to turn the US into a net exporter of oil, hitting demand for supplies from the Middle East, a report says.
The Sun newspaper's Whitehall editor and two other people are to be charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office.
Organisers of emergency fodder which is being donated to snow-hit farmers in north and mid Wales say they are being inundated with requests for help.
Changes are made to the Isle of Wight Festival's access routes and car parking in a bid to avoid a repeat of last year's traffic chaos.
An alleged CIA agent has been briefly detained in Moscow for allegedly trying to recruit a Russian intelligence officer, Russian media report.
Stuart Hazell is jailed for a minimum of 38 years for murdering 12-year-old Tia Sharp at her grandmother's south London home.
No 10 says David Cameron is "very happy" with his party's debate over Europe, as he prepares to publish a bill aimed at reassuring Eurosceptic MPs.
Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba hits back at the racists who abused him in Sunday's heated Istanbul derby against Fenerbahce.
Thousands of mourners in Bangladesh hold prayers for more than 1,100 people who died when a garment factory building collapsed near Dhaka last month.
A court hears tape recordings of the "last moments" of a mother-of-two as her husband allegedly stabbed her to death.
Stuart Broad talks chief sports writer Tom Fordyce through his journey from back garden cricket to starring in the Ashes
Pirelli reacts to criticism by announcing changes to the tyres it supplies to Formula 1 from next month.
Nine members of a Liverpool gang that plotted to "flood" Glasgow's streets with cocaine and heroin worth £100m, are jailed.
The astronaut whose photographs of Earth and videos of life in space gained him hundreds of thousands of followers on social networks has returned to Earth.
Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye pulls out of his bout against Manuel Charr due to a hand injury.