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FA chairman Greg Dyke writes to Fifa executives demanding they publish full findings from a World Cup corruption inquiry.
Welfare spending over the course of this Parliament has fallen by just £2.5bn despite reforms aimed at saving £19bn, economic forecasters say.
The 25th anniversary of the Czech Republic's Velvet Revolution is marked by angry protests, with eggs thrown at President Milos Zeman.
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England have been "too fearful" to succeed in one-day international cricket, says former captain Andrew Strauss.
Four men appear in court charged with fraudulent activity following an investigation into the sale of Rangers FC in 2011.
World of Warcraft players experience crashes and bugs following the launch of a new expansion pack as it is the latest game to face server problems.
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Philip Spence, who beat three sisters with a hammer as they slept at a London hotel, is jailed for life with a minimum term of 18 years.
Mike Watts, who built and maintained his own private toll road in Somerset, explains why it is closing without profit.
A man who drove his girlfriend's car on to the Brands Hatch circuit during a race is jailed for eight months.
Ireland flanker Chris Henry will be out of rugby for several months after suffering a blocked blood vessel in his brain.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan says his players are champing at the bit to be involved in the friendly against England.
Alex Salmond is to donate the annual pension he will receive after stepping down as Scottish first minister to good causes.
Ofcom is to investigate EastEnders over a storyline in which Queen Vic landlady Linda Carter was raped, prompting a flurry of complaints.
The Pope announces plans for his first trip to the US next September, when he is expected to travel to Philadelphia, New York and Washington.
A man arrested on suspicion of murdering the missing York chef Claudia Lawrence is released without charge.
The father of a Cardiff man says it is not his son in an Islamic State video showing the beheading of Syrian soldiers.
A hospital in the midst of a "major incident" is cancelling 10 times as many non-emergency operations as normal as a result, the BBC learns.