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Britain needs more Captain Mainwaring-style bank managers to bring back the personal touch, says Chancellor George Osborne.
Following Russia's annexation of the Crimea, the West is trying to work out what the Kremlin's next move will be as Steve Rosenberg reports.
A tight-knit group of friends who met regularly in Glasgow's Clutha bar speak about the helicopter crash which killed 10 people.
James Smith, 48, denies the murder of two Catholic workmen in north Belfast in May 1994.
A man denies murdering a schoolgirl 27 years ago and puts forward a list of 41 other possible suspects.
About 6% of social housing tenants in Britain affected by changes to benefits partly designed to cut under-occupancy have moved home, BBC research suggests.
The UK's current account deficit was larger than expected in the final quarter of last year, official figures show.
Passengers are evacuated from a number of carriages on a Eurostar service after smoke is seen coming from the train.
Facebook announces plans to use drones, satellites and lasers to connect the two-thirds of the world that doesn't have net access.
Six million Americans have enrolled for health insurance under Obamacare, the president says, as support for the legislation hits a new low in a poll.
Who were the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster?
Ed Miliband tells small businesses he will protect them from "unacceptable" treatment by energy firms, should Labour win power.
What diseases can we catch from our pets?
Ex-Welsh Rugby Union chief executive David Moffett unveils his plans for election to the WRU board.
Guinea's health authorities have for the first time confirmed cases of the deadly Ebola virus in the capital Conakry.
Once upon a time there was a little rabbit who lived in the ear of a statue - the statue of a man called Nelson Mandela. Not any more.
Google says the number of government requests for user data has gone up by 120% in the past four years - and calls for more transparency.
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?