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The Clydesdale Bank is fined £20.7m by the City regulator for "serious failings" in the way it handled complaints about Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).
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Arsonists set fire to a nail salon in Belfast in an overnight attack that police are treating as a racially-motivated hate crime.
The comet being trailed through space by Europe's Rosetta probe has no global magnetic field of its own - an important observation in the understanding of how the icy dirt-ball formed billions of years ago.
The Green Party has launched its manifesto promising to end austerity and tackle climate change.
All the key stories, quotes and newspaper headlines from the general election campaign on 14 April.
An exhibition featuring photographs of hundreds of multi-coloured lights floating down a Derbyshire river opens.
About 70 firefighters have been tackling a large "suspicious" fire overnight at a former nightclub in Warrington.
The Conservative Party is launching its manifesto for the 2015 General Election in Wiltshire.
Nokia is in talks to buy French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a deal that could create a European telecoms equipment group worth over €40bn.
A man who was seen with missing student Karen Buckley has been traced and is helping police with inquiries.
House prices across the UK are continuing to cool down, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Online video bloggers, or vloggers, are increasingly turning their hand to print - a market that is proving lucrative, as Jeremy Howell reports.
Forensics experts begin digging an area in Ramsey near where they believe a man was murdered 25 years ago.
Greece denies reports it is preparing to default on its loans if it cannot reach agreement on its bailout terms with international creditors.
A Newport newsagent could lose its licence over allegations it sold alcohol to 55 children aged as young as 11.
Manchester City striker Toni Duggan apologises for an "error of judgement" after posing for a photograph with Louis van Gaal.
UK's inflation rate remained at zero last month, official figures show
Detectives searching for a missing London schoolgirl release a CCTV image of her with a unknown man on a city street.
Firefighters across the UK are being trained to cope with large animals that have got into difficulty, as Sian Lloyd reports.