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A mixed bag of headlines on Monday include a look at government spending pledges on health and roads, and Britain's online shopping addiction.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to insist in a speech later she is not intent on class war, despite backing land reform and higher taxes on the rich.
The UN's Ebola mission chief tells the BBC that there is still a "huge risk" that the deadly virus could spread to other countries.
The UK-based Somali helping people transfer money abroad
West Midlands landlords must check prospective tenants' right to be in the UK if they want to avoid a possible fine of up to £3,000.
How skills shortages are holding back the UK economy
Former F1 driver Mark Webber crashes at a race in Brazil but is "alert and awake" at a medical centre.
What you need to know ahead of the Autumn Statement
Sanjoy Majumder reports from eastern India on the human cost of producing one of the world's most popular drinks.
Nearly 2,000 couples get married at an indoors sports venue in the biggest mass wedding ceremony in Rio de Janeiro's history.
Next-generation network will be very different, say scientists
Labour leader Ed Miliband says the government's failure to improve living standards has cost the Treasury £116.5bn - nearly £4,000 per taxpayer.
The cost of having a fixed-line telephone is increasing, as people spend less time using them.
The EY Item club says the chancellor has little scope for tax giveaways in this week's Autumn Statement as the 'fiscal cupboard is bare'
The Government has confirmed plans to spend £15bn upgrading the UK's road network, including the long-awaited Stonehenge tunnel.
There have been clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong, as prodemocracy activists attempted to encircle government headquarters.
Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddleston win the top acting honours at this year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
Australian police are investigating after the body of a baby is found buried at a beach in Sydney, a week after another baby was found abandoned in a drain.
BBC health editor Hugh Pym takes a closer look at Chancellor George Osborne's announcement of £2bn extra funding for the NHS across the UK.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists clash with police as they try to encircle government HQ, in a fresh outbreak of unrest.