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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair gave advice to News International boss Rebekah Brooks on handling the developing phone-hacking scandal days before her arrest, a court hears.
French police investigating the killings of a British family in the Alps say they have nothing at the moment to link a man they arrested with the crime.
Swedish official Jonas Eriksson "has proved himself at top level", says Fifa chief following Manuel Pellegrini criticism.
Labour has only committed to fund its flagship "jobs guarantee" for the long-term unemployed for a single year, it has emerged.
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Women over the age of 60 are the most likely to be admitted to hospital for anxiety, says a report.
World champions Red Bull are dogged by troubles on the first day of the second 2014 pre-season test in Bahrain.
Homeowners could face annual increases of up to £5,200 in an independent Scotland, the chief secretary to the Treasury says.
Experts criticise a hospital doctor who 'apparently failed' to spot child abuse injuries on a baby after his death.
Further damage to the railway line in Dawlish means it will not be repaired until mid April, Network Rail announces.
Simon Diaz, one of Venezuela's most famous llanero songwriters and singers, has died at the age of 85, his daughter says.
A popular slang word, 'tweaa', is banned in Ghana's parliament after politicians use it in the chamber.
Giving overseas aid brings significant strategic advantages to donor governments, says an international study.
Prince Charles has been showing off his dancing and sword skills during a culture festival in Saudi Arabia.
Large high-definition screens showing a live stream of the outside world will replace windows on a new supersonic jet.
Britain's female curlers fail to reach the final at Sochi 2014 after a dominant performance by Canada and Jennifer Jones.
Ahead of the Brit Awards, we have taken a backstage tour of the O2 Arena in London where the ceremony will be taking place.
Thirty-seven suspects have been identified in an inquiry into allegations of historical child abuse in north Wales care homes, say detectives.
Greece posts its first current account surplus since records began in 1948, fuelled by a 15% growth in tourist spending.
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