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Two men are arrested after posting anti-Semitic tweets following a football match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham.
Urgent action is needed to boost working class participation in public life, including the expansion of a scheme which saw bus drivers working as magistrates, a think tank says.
The Irish Republic's exit from its bailout rescue is a "milestone" but not the end of the road, the country's finance minister says.
A 22-year-old man is found guilty of causing the death of a pregnant woman and her unborn daughter in a high-speed crash in north Wales.
Plans for a £5.4bn offshore wind farm in the Inner Hebrides are dropped by ScottishPower Renewables.
A head teacher of a 14-year-old boy found hanged in the grounds of Pembroke Comprehensive School pays tribute to a 'likeable and popular' student.
Family members of Italy's most-wanted Sicilian Mafia suspect, Matteo Messina Denaro, are arrested in a police swoop in western Sicily.
It's the time of year for novelty knitwear, and for many of us donning a Christmas jumper has become as much a festive tradition as turkey with all the trimmings.
A former personal assistant of Nigella Lawson on trial for defrauding the TV cook and her ex-husband Charles Saatchi accuses them of lying in court.
BT has apologised to its customers after what it called its "poor service" during the launch of BT Sport in August.
South Africans are warned not to attempt to go to see Nelson Mandela's body in the capital, Pretoria, unless they are already in the queue.
The Ashmolean Museum announces the acquisition of one of the world's greatest collections of modern Chinese art.
Drug company Novartis is recalling thousands of bottles of Tixylix cough and cold medicines over fears that plastic may have got into the medicines.
BBC Sport updates its app to support larger tablets - the iPad, Android tablets and Kindle Fire 8.9" devices.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murdering a teenage girl who went missing 10 days ago.
A man who was found guilty of murdering his wife in a car crash in Aberdeenshire loses his appeal against conviction.
Steve Smith saves Australia, and Geoffrey Boycott switches sides - catch up on day one of the third Ashes Test in Perth
A report commissioned by the Scottish government says that denominational schools are not the cause of sectarianism.
Steve Smith's unbeaten century helps Australia recover from 143-5 to 326-6 in the third Ashes Test against England in Perth.
The NHS in England has missed its four-hour A&E waiting time for the first time this winter, figures show.