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Arsene Wenger rejects claims by ex-Man Utd player Paul Scholes that Arsenal are a "million miles away" from winning the title.
What’s it like to look for a job with a criminal past?
ITV detective series Broadchurch wins three awards, including best drama series, at the Broadcasting Press Guild awards.
More evidence of a two-paced housing market has been revealed in property price figures from the Land Registry, with prices in London up 14%.
More than 70 firefighters are tackling a large blaze involving 2,000 tonnes of waste material at a recycling centre which is expected to burn for days.
What the latest figures say about Britain's debt and economy
Police Scotland says 13 birds of prey have now been found dead in an area of Ross-shire after being poisoned.
Tickets for Kate Bush's live comeback sell out in less than 15 minutes.
The UK's economy grew by 1.7% last year, according to the latest official figures, less than the previous estimate of 1.8%.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie says controversial welfare changes aimed at cutting under-occupancy in social housing "should go quickly".
Ukraine's interim president condemns the ultra-nationalist Right Sector, saying the group is bent on "destabilisation".
Research finds younger children look forward to spending time with older siblings at school, but their approaches are often rebuffed
Figures from the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime show the number of birds of prey illegally poisoned in Scotland doubled last year.
The defence in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius is postponed because one of the assessors assisting the judge has been taken ill.
Why the future of a banner expressing support for David Moyes could prove key to his fate as Manchester United manager
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone admits he was too critical of the sound produced by the new engines introduced this year.
The search for the missing Malaysian plane moves to a new part of the Indian Ocean as experts believe it ran out of fuel earlier than thought.
One of only 10 Stradivarius violas believed to have survived, the MacDonald Stradivarius, will be sold at auction in June, it has been announced.
Italy's new government is selling off more than a thousand executive cars, in an auction on eBay.
Police investigating the disappearance of Nida Naseer from Newport say they believe a body found near the city is the missing woman.