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A closely-watched ruling later will help determine whether millions of workers are entitled to claim for overtime to be included in holiday pay.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Real Madrid may be the best team in the world, ahead of Tuesday's Champions League tie.
JP Morgan Chase, the largest bank in the US, has revealed it is under investigation over currency trading in a filing with US regulators.
Three homes, including one belonging to a pensioner, are damaged in attacks in east Belfast.
The creative individuals who dream up the hit video games that bring in billions of dollars have already attracted attention in the wider entertainment industry.
Newcastle midfielder Jonas Gutierrez says he has been given a "medical discharge" after treatment for testicular cancer.
US officials say a descent safety device on the crashed Virgin Galactic spacecraft deployed early during Friday's fatal test flight.
Up to 1,000 people gather in Ballycastle, County Antrim, to protest at cuts to Dalriada Hospital.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis receives a Music Industry Trusts Award for his outstanding contribution to live music in the UK.
Steven Fletcher scores twice as Sunderland lift themselves out of the relegation zone with victory against 10-man Crystal Palace.
North Korea may not be high on the list of destinations that most tourists would like to visit, but a tour operator which organises holidays there says business is booming.
A report into allegations of election fraud at Tower Hamlets is to be published on Tuesday, cabinet minister Eric Pickles says.
A teacher who sent lewd text messages to a 16-year-old schoolboy who later killed himself has been banned indefinitely from the classroom.
Libyan army cadets, training in the UK, are to return home early after an MP wrote to the MoD calling for the training to end.
West Indies cricket will survive a multi-million pound legal threat made by India's board, believes Brian Lara.
A former Mr Wales who falsely claimed £28,332 in disability benefits while entering bodybuilding competitions is jailed for six months.
A former Mr Wales who falsely claimed £28,332 in disability benefits for eight years whilst continuing to compete in bodybuilding competitions is jailed for six months.
A British-Iranian woman held in Iran after trying to watch a men's volleyball match is on hunger strike for the second time, her family says.
US tightrope walker Nik Wallenda has successfully completed back-to-back high-wire walks above the city of Chicago, watched by thousands of people.