Labour makes "no sense whatsoever" on Europe, David Cameron says, after Ed Miliband casts doubt on whether his party would hold an EU referendum.
Two women die and 20 others are injured as a gas leak sparks an explosion which levels two buildings in East Harlem, New York City.
A second alleged victim tells the Max Clifford trial that she wanted to kill herself following repeated sexual abuse by the publicist.
The G7 group of industrial nations calls on Russia to stop moves to "annex" Crimea, as Ukraine warns of a Russian military build-up at the border.
Oscar Pistorius was not wearing prosthetic legs when he broke down a door to reach his girlfriend, his murder trial hears from a forensic expert.
Malaysia says the last message from a Malaysia Airlines plane suggests everything was normal on board before it vanished over the South China Sea.
A former Conservative councillor tells a court he saw a man "thrashing around" trying to free himself from MP Nigel Evans on a night out in Blackpool.
The attorney general's decision to block publication of letters written by the Prince of Wales to government ministers is ruled unlawful.
A survivor of a serious motorbike accident has pioneering surgery to reconstruct his face using a series of 3D printed parts.
David Cameron says his belief in Israel is "unbreakable" as he urges the country's MPs to pursue a deal with Palestinians to end all conflict.
Troubled security firm G4S pays the UK government £108.9m for the tagging scandal, and admits that 2013 was "an extremely challenging year".
Broadcaster Chris Tarrant had a "mini-stroke" while flying from Bangkok to London earlier this month from which he is now recovering in hospital, his manager confirms.
Reclusive British street artist Banksy reworks one of his most celebrated pieces to mark the third anniversary of the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Peacocks make fake sex sounds to attract females’ attention, say scientists.
Sire De Grugy wins a Cheltenham race for the first time as he cruises to the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
England coach Ashley Giles insists sacking Kevin Pietersen was correct despite the T20 series defeat in West Indies.
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As the great Brian O'Driscoll prepares for his final Test, which other centres make up Jeremy Guscott's own top 10?
Torquay's Joss Labadie is banned for 10 games by the FA after being found guilty of biting a Chesterfield player.
The national minimum wage will increase by 19p an hour to £6.50, the government has announced.
Chinese teachers would help English students become more confident with maths, a CBI executive has claimed.
The Home Office says border checks are still a priority after an official reveals its key e-Borders programme has been "terminated".
Some MPs make the headlines at Prime Minister's Questions for their behaviour, and not just what they say.
Cuts to mental health services in England will put lives at risk, as funds are reduced for schemes aimed at reducing suicides, ministers are warned.
A long-running court case set to be heard in the Court of Appeal has reignited the debate over drinking while pregnant.
Up to 60 Chinese maths teachers are to be brought to England raise standards in schools - as a campaign is launched to improve numeracy levels.
A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
Google has bought up much of Green Throttle Games, a firm that created gaming peripherals, for an undisclosed sum.
Inventors at the South by Southwest festival show how to print smartphone photos onto old Polaroid film.
Light pollution is having an impact on the regeneration of tropical rainforests because it disrupts the behaviour of seed dispersing bats, a study suggests.