A girl severely disabled by medical blunders at a Lancashire hospital is awarded more than £13m in damages.
The Football League will allow Queens Park Rangers to play in the Championship next season despite their legal battle.
Three of the leader of an attempted coup in Burundi have been arrested, though the coup leader is still on the run, according to officials.
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Prolonged restraint and a failure to provide basic medical attention contributed to the death of a man detained by police, an inquest records.
One of four men accused of plotting to kill two former UDA leaders in Scotland was "a fantasist", a court hears.
Nigel Farage says the UKIP member he believes is leading the attacks against him should "put up, shut up or go."
The final production of Kevin Spacey's tenure as artistic director of the Old Vic - Cole Porter musical High Society - opens at the London theatre.
Delays in processing disability benefits claims were unacceptable but not illegal, the Department for Work and Pensions tells London's High Court.
Edinburgh council officials accepted lap dances, free drinks and hospitality at football matches in return for awarding lucrative building contracts.
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Newcastle cancel an end-of-season awards night, saying it is "not appropriate" because of their Premier League position.
Dozens of British beaches and lakes are at risk of failing to meet tougher European water quality standards this summer.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza returns to the capital Bujumbura following a failed coup attempt, and is expected to address the nation.
An Israeli tech firm has developed new ad-blocking software for mobile phones, but it may fall foul of net neutrality laws.
Tributes have been coming in for Britain's oldest poppy seller, who was found dead at the bottom of the Avon Gorge near Bristol.
Refuelling is to return to F1 from 2017 as governing body the FIA propose a number of changes to increase excitement.
Islamic State militants have seized control of the main government building in the western Iraqi city of Ramadi, officials say.
More than 20,000 NHS operations were cancelled at the last minute between January and March in England.
Robbie Savage says Hull boss Steve Bruce can handle the pressure of their relegation struggle but it's hard to see them escaping.