A poster campaign on hundreds of London taxis is intended to highlight the problems black-cab drivers have with rival Uber.
The European Commission open a formal antitrust investigation into Amazon's e-book business amid concern the online retailer stifles competition.
A fatal SAS selection exercise had no medics or instructors for "over an hour" at one of the checkpoints, an inquest hears.
The young unemployed should repay their benefit money when they get a job, says an influential group of Tory MPs in a plan to shrink the welfare state.
Wales captain Ashley Williams says Belgium will not miss midfielder Marouane Fellaini in Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier.
Three Austrian synchronised swimmers are hurt in a collision with a bus at the European Games, with one said to be "severely injured".
Confectionery giant Nestle's attempt to trademark the shape of its four-finger KitKat bar in the UK does not comply with European law, a senior European Court lawyer has said.
Is Fifa's Copa America is at the heart of even more bribery?
The police chief leading the investigation into a mother who has vanished with her three-year-old son to avoid a custody ruling appeals to her to get in contact.
Have French attitudes to privacy and the sex lives of their politicians changed in light of “l’affaire DSK”?
China's former security chief Zhou Yongkang is sentenced to life in prison, Chinese media report.
Actor Ron Moody, who played Fagin in the hit film version of Oliver!, has died aged 91, his family says
Planning approval for an underground extension to an open-cast mining operation in County Tyrone is granted.
A union says the site of a former nuclear power station is going to be handed over "lock, stock and barrel" to China's national nuclear corporation.
Four Western tourists accused of being part of a group who posed nude at the top of Malaysia's Mount Kinabalu remain in custody after an earlier court appearance.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls for a new government "as soon as possible", after his AK party lost its majority in elections.
At least 20 Druze villagers have been shot dead by the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front in north-western Syria, activists say.
A court in Kenya bars the government from declaring two prominent Muslim rights groups terrorists but fails to unfreeze their bank accounts.
A vet fits part of a toy car to a tortoise to help it get around after losing a leg in an accident in Bristol.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior, who helped England win three Ashes series, announces his retirement from cricket.