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From Ferraris to Bugattis, supercars and their rich owners take to the streets of London.
Three-quarters of British businesses believe a significant skills crisis will hit the UK within the next three years, according to a new report.
John Wildey was a passenger on a light aircraft when he was forced to take over the controls and make an emergency landing. He has been meeting the team that helped him land successfully.
Boris Johnson: Jokes, gaffes - and burning political ambition
The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, published in the US, has added new words. But can Scrabblers in the UK use them?
24 hours of news photos: 6 August
Alex Salmond finds "mucho" to complain of in Scottish TV debate
Commuters in Western Australia have helped to free a man after his leg became trapped between the platform and a busy train.
Scientists from the University of Zurich and The Natural History museum have discovered a previously unknown species of dinosaur.
Thrash metal band Megadeth and singer CeeLo Green have cancelled concerts in Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza.
In a historic first, a European spacecraft arrives at a speeding comet after a 10-year chase.
More than half of students in England and Wales have no back-up plan if they fail to get the grades they need, finds research for Which? University.
Journalist and film-maker Nonny de la Pena has been using virtual reality to help tell news stories.