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The Russian Olympic team corrupted the London 2012 Games on an "unprecedented scale", an independent investigation has found.
Britain's trade deficit with the rest of the world narrowed to a better-than-expected £9.7bn in October - aided by a record monthly high for exports.
Amazon has given a clear hint that it intends to expand its cashier-free grocery store into the UK, as the threat to jobs from technology gathers pace.
Families bereaved by the bin lorry crash in Glasgow that killed six people have been denied the right to launch a private prosecution against the driver.
The UK's food and drink industry has fired a warning shot over Brexit, arguing prices will rise and choice will fall without access to EU workers.
The Brexit vote was part of a wider "movement of unhappiness" in the West that demands a "course correction" by political leaders, David Cameron has warned.
More than 80 potential suspects have been identified in connection with allegations of historical child sex abuse in football.
The shop workers' union has accused Marks and Spencer of further damaging relations with its staff over a bonus incentive scheme for top bosses.
Police are investigating a double murder after a teenager and a man died from suspected stab wounds in Ipswich.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is facing a testing tour of the Middle East after he accused UK ally Saudi Arabia of "puppeteering" proxy wars in the region.
Drug dealer who posted cash with selfies jailed
A drug dealer who posted selfie pictures online with wads of cash has been jailed for six years.
Two brothers who tortured boys in South Yorkshire granted indefinite anonymity
Two brothers who were 10 and 11 when they tortured two young boys in South Yorkshire have been granted lifelong anonymity.