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A ward is closed at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro because of an outbreak of Norovirus.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne are making speeches on tax.
A man is charged with assault and public indecency following an incident at a Dundee toy store, where a man was seen running around naked.
A 16th Century thatched pub in a Dorset village is extensively damaged in a fire.
An explosion and blaze rip through a plant manufacturing the controversial chemical PX in Fujian province in eastern China.
Turkey's SuperLig is suspended for one week following the attack on the Fenerbahce team bus on Saturday.
Reanne Evans will meet former world champion Ken Doherty in the first round of World Championship qualifying.
Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo score as Watford move above Middlesbrough to the top of the Championship table.
The NUT conference votes for a strike ballot over threats to school funding which they warn will mean the loss of teaching posts
Dutch hostage Sjaak Rijke who was kidnapped in Mali in 2011, has been freed by French special forces.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander repeats his claim he heard an unnamed senior Tory tell a Lib Dem colleague: "You take care of the workers and we'll take care of the bosses."
A motorcyclist dies and three other people are hurt after a collision in north Wales.
Young people should be made to vote in the first election after they turn 18, a think tank proposes.
Residents of a Chilean town near an active volcano say they were confused when the town's sirens rang on Sunday "as a preventative measure".
A Turkish court orders net firms to block access to Twitter and YouTube for sharing photos of a hostage taken during an armed siege.
We know who owns the photos, messages etc that we used to store in photo albums and paper diaries, but what happens to content posted online when someone passed away?
The rules on what happens to our digital portfolio after we die are very unclear, says Clive Coleman.
Prince Harry tells a teenager that "selfies are bad" during his military visit to Australia.
Mercedes's technical chief Paddy Lowe says the onus is on the team to produce a car which performs in all conditions.
The owners of a house on the Lincolnshire coast that was badly damaged in a gas explosion had a "lucky" escape, fire crews say.