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Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel sets the pace for the second day in a row at the first test as McLaren-Honda continue to struggle.
Police are to reopen a case into a taxi driver who sexually assaulted three women after the man initially convicted of the crimes cleared his name.
As many as 890,000 people face a £100 fine for failing to file their online tax returns on time, HM Revenue and Customs says.
Staff find gold bars and stacks of cash in unused staff room lockers.
George Osborne warns the standoff between Greece and the eurozone "is fast becoming the biggest risk to the global economy".
Australian Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste says he is relieved to be free, but feels "incredible angst" at leaving behind two of his jailed colleagues in Egypt.
Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste has described the moment he heard he was being freed from an Egyptian jail after 400 days behind bars.
The European Commission says the controversial EU-IMF troika supervising Greek finances could be replaced.
Phoenix Nights comedian Ted Robbins, who collapsed on stage on Saturday, had been due to have routine heart surgery, according to his sister.
A cross-party group of peers is to launch a fresh attempt to revive a "snoopers' charter" in the draft counter-terrorism bill currently in Parliament.
Andy Murray's fiancee Kim Sears wore a Parental Advisory sweatshirt during the Australian Open final.
The company responsible for Scotland's national stadium explain why the pitch "did not meet expectations".
Police are trying to trace three people who were involved in a shooting incident in Greenock.
The UK satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat launches the second of its I5 series of spacecraft. - part of its next-generation Global Xpress constellation.
A man is jailed for stealing his own children's Christmas presents following a row with their mother.
The price of oil rallies as investors speculate that the falling cost of crude may have reached its end.
Ugandan troops find the grave of what is believed to be that of a rebel commander who had been wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on war crimes charges
Channel 4 confirms it is to shorten the scheduled run of Southampton-based documentary series Immigration Street following disruption by local residents.
Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko expected to be arrested or killed after he claimed Russia's spy agency asked him to murder businessman Boris Berezovsky, a court hears.
A 20-year-old woman admits downloading and possessing more than 600 images of child pornography as well as images of animal pornography.