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A leading accountancy firm is to remove all academic and education details from its trainee application process.
A beach in the south of France that was closed for the Saudi king's holiday reopens after he cut his holiday short.
Out-of-form England captain Eoin Morgan will miss four Middlesex matches ahead of the upcoming one-day series against Australia.
Blind Date's first married couple remember Cilla (and her hat)
Former Scotland and Blackburn Rovers captain Colin Hendry pleads guilty to harassing his ex-girlfriend.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is visiting Qatar to try to reassure Gulf allies over the nuclear deal with Iran.
The last remaining Red Road flats in Glasgow will be blown up in a one-off demolition later this year.
The driver of a bin lorry which crashed in Glasgow, killing six people, did not disclose his medical history on a form in 2011, an inquiry hears.
National security concerns have led China to restrict exports of high-performance drones and supercomputers.
The henchmen of a mafia boss on the run since 1993 used a code based around sheep to communicate, Italian police say.
There were 1,700 "intrusions" by migrants who managed to break into the Channel Tunnel's freight terminal overnight, a French police union says.
Hundreds of people sign a petition asking ITV to withdraw an Emmerdale storyline about a helicopter crash following the Clutha disaster.
Amnesty International says that military police in the Brazilian city of Rio have killed more than 1,500 people in the last five years.
Pop star and TV presenter Cilla Black was ailing and "willed herself to die", according to a long-time friend who was her first manager.
German vehicle manufacturers Audi, BMW and Daimler are buying Nokia's Here digital mapping business for 2.8bn euros (£2bn).
The US Food and Drug Administration is 'strongly encouraging' hospitals not to use a drug pump system made by a leading medical supplier.
Two men are arrested after a double stabbing incident in Portrush, County Antrim.
As £3m is earmarked to help tackle child sexual abuse in Rotherham, sexual abuse survivor Sarah Wilson, who has waived her right to anonymity, says it is vital that the funding helps families and survivors rebuild their lives.
Caledonian MacBrayne and Serco are invited to make their final bids for the new contract to run Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services.
Everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements to counter the lack of sunshine in England, government experts are proposing.