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A leaked Labour document tells party MPs and activists to move campaigning conversation away from the issue of immigration.
Three people are injured when a broken-down rail replacement bus is hit by a lorry on the A34 in Oxfordshire.
A man caught up in a brawl that spilled out on to the street from a takeaway in Wakefield is left with life-threatening injuries.
A Londonderry-based company apologises for a software glitch that led to hundreds of items being sold for just 1p on Amazon.
Armed police seal off an area around a cafe
UKIP - power struggle, not soap opera
Aberystwyth University is set to confirm it plans to build a new innovation and enterprise campus in the town.
Rory McIlroy may have been favourite, but Lewis Hamilton's win shows nothing is certain at BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Police in India's Uttar Pradesh state say they will not allow Hindu nationalist groups to hold a religious conversion ceremony on Christmas Day.
Radio 1 announces that Clara Amfo will become the new presenter the station's Official Chart Show.
Like Angelina Jolie, 1Xtra presenter Claira Hermet is opting to have a double mastectomy after doctors said she has an 85% chance of getting breast cancer.
Public safety is at risk unless radical measures are taken to deal with funding cuts within police forces, Britain's most senior policeman warns.
Prime Minister David Cameron is to give the Scottish parliament the power to lower the voting age in time for the 2016 election.
The latest Tankan survey - a gauge of sentiment - shows the business mood among Japan's manufacturing firms has worsened slightly in the three months to December.
Rangers confirm to the Stock Exchange that manager Ally McCoist has resigned and is serving 12 months' notice.
A man is charged with murder following the death of a pub landlord on Anglesey.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year winner and Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton wants 'another seven years' in F1.
Bowel cancer surgery patients in Wales have a higher than expected adjusted two-year mortality rate, figures show.
The way the UK and devolved governments work together is "unstructured" and puts devolution at risk, warns expert.
A leading expert in Huntington's disease says the service for patients in Northern Ireland is severely overwhelmed and understaffed.