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The impact of climate change is being felt across all continents and oceans and it is affecting food security, glaciers and the spread of disease, according to a new report.
England collapse to a shock 45-run defeat against the Netherlands in their final match of the World Twenty20.
About 125 jobs could be cut as the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, west London, faces a £5m shortfall in revenue in the coming financial year.
An ex-Labour health minister suggests people in England pay a £10 monthly membership charge to use NHS services.
Jurors are selected at inquests into the deaths of 96 men, women and children in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
Reshoring is the buzz word for for companies heading back to Britain and bringing jobs with them.
Injuries to Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, plus the poor form of others, mean some big names are struggling ahead of Augusta
The man in charge of a light aircraft which crashed in Essex was an experienced British Airways pilot, it is confirmed.
A court in Pakistan charges former military ruler Pervez Musharraf with treason, the country's first army chief to face such a prosecution.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma says he did not request a controversial upgrade to his private residence and asks why he should pay for it.
The government has agreed that pubs can stay open for England matches that have a late kick-off.
Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben believes Manchester United are capable of beating the German side in the Champions League.
Israel's former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who resigned from office in 2008 amid a corruption inquiry, has been found guilty in a bribery trial.
The UN's International Court of Justice rules that Japan must temporarily halt its whaling programme in the Antarctic.
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is in the clear following an FA review into spitting claims against the Belgian.
What George Osborne means by 'full employment'
Blank emails are sent to some people waiting to find out whether they have been chosen to carry the Queen's Baton before the Commonwealth Games.
Venezuelan officials say the city of San Cristobal, where the current wave of anti-government protests started, has been cleared of barricades.
Global warming is likely to have a "severe, pervasive and irreversible" impact, a major UN report warns.