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"Excessive" early exit penalties handed to people wishing to withdraw money from their pension pots could be capped, the chancellor says.
MPs debated subjects including drugs for ultra-rare diseases.
A pregnant woman who lost her baby after she was pushed to the ground and kicked may have been deliberately targeted, police say.
The six students who died in California balcony collapse
A Spanish court agrees to allow a fraud case against Barcelona's Brazilian star Neymar, weeks after the club itself was ordered to stand trial.
An internationally-renowned pianist pulls out of two concerts after a swooping seagull causes him to injure a finger.
Judge is unable to make up his mind on legal bid to change abortion law.
A global bioenergy assessment concludes that biofuels could provide up to a third of the world's transport fuel needs by the middle of the century.
US parcels delivery firm FedEx reports a net loss of $895m for the three months to the end of May, missing analysts' expectations.
Ex-News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis tells court he had no knowledge of the phone hacking for which reporter Dan Evans was convicted.
Britain's Lizzie Armitstead crashes after wining the first stage of the Women's Tour in Aldeburgh.
Bath, Wasps and Leinster are drawn with holders Toulon in the pool stages for the 2015-16 European Rugby Champions Cup.
A series of explosions in north-eastern Nigeria kills about 20 people, reportedly caused by devices found at a former militant camp.
Bloggers say they have been invited to join Apple's news app by email and will be automatically bound to its terms unless they opt out.
An expert tells an inquest he has "little doubt" two soldiers would have survived an SAS selection course if they had been withdrawn earlier.
The first PMQs question to George Osborne is a challenge over house building and housing benefit in London.
One of three Bradford sisters missing with their nine children may already be in Syria, police believe.
The women seeking rich older men to pay their university fees
The chequered career of Top Gear host Chris Evans
Police say they have found "no evidence" to suggest a copy of EL James's latest Fifty Shades novel was stolen ahead of its publication this week.