A teacher who had sex with a pupil at school avoids being sent to prison by a judge who said the victim "stalked him".
A Newport newsagent says he plans to sell copies of French weekly Charlie Hebdo due to customer demand.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos loses an appeal against her conviction for assaulting a celebrity blogger at a music festival.
David Cameron will raise the issue of the one British resident left in Guantanamo Bay when he meets Barack Obama.
The rate at which the global oceans have risen in the past two decades is more significant than previously recognised, say US-based scientists.
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Muslim leaders in the UK have called on their fellow Muslims to "remain calm and peaceful" when the English edition of Charlie Hebdo is published.
Al-Qaeda in Yemen claim responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attacks in a video posted online.
The death of a murderer whose cancer was discovered two days before he died has led to changes in prison procedure, an inquest hears.
A man is held on suspicion of attempted murder after a suspected racially motivated attack at a supermarket in Flintshire.
A major highway in Mozambique splits as floods kill 73 people and displace tens of thousands in the country and neighbouring Malawi, officials say.
Employees of Tower Hamlets Council were warned they may lose their jobs if they did not illegally obtain 100 votes for Mayor Lutfur Rahman, according to court documents seen by BBC London.
Stepping up cattle testing is a far more effective bovine TB control strategy than shooting badgers, according to computer modelling work.
Facebook releases an app offering office workers a private alternative to email, challenging Microsoft's Yammer, LinkedIn and others.
An 18-year-old woman dies following a suspected allergic reaction after eating at Almost Famous Burgers in Manchester city centre.
The body of a woman is found in the River Taff in Cardiff city centre following a two-day search.
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Spain's top court agrees to hear a paternity claim made against the former King Juan Carlos, by a woman claiming she is his daughter.
Prince George was sent more presents from round the world than any other UK royal last year, the lists of gifts received reveal.
George Osborne has set out how he would reduce the national debt by running budget surpluses in "normal times"