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An exam board has apologised after it accidently gave the answer to a chemistry exam question in a following question in the same paper.
Graduates in England have seen a fall in their median salary of more than £1,000 in the past five years, according to official statistics.
A lab in the UK may have accidentally received a sample of live anthrax from the Pentagon in 2007, say US officials.
A judge lifts reporting restrictions in an effort to find a three-year-old boy and his mother, who disappeared after a court ruled he should live with his father.
Radio 1 boss says he is 'not scared' of Apple's new radio station Beats 1, and other industry reaction to the launch.
Lawyers acting for senior republican Freddie Scappaticci have failed in an attempt to prevent the BBC from running part of a Spotlight film on Tuesday.
Eritrea's government dismisses as a "vile slander" a UN report accusing it of human rights violations on a scale "seldom witnessed elsewhere".
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls comes under fire for using a government Falcon jet to fly to the Uefa Champions League final in Berlin at the weekend.
Mosul's people reveal how militants overran their home city
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is rewarded for winning a treble in his debut season by having his contract extended until 2017.
A US storm chaser has captured footage of a large anti-cyclonic tornado swirling over fields in Colorado.
The building of a £1bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay is given the go-ahead by the UK government.
Argentine sports marketing executive Alejandro Burzaco, sought by police in connection with the Fifa bribery sandal, hands himself in to police in Italy.
MPs take part in debates in Westminster Hall on subjects including air pollution.
Cities that actively promote physical activities enjoy increased economic activity and reduced healthcare and crime costs, research suggests.
A fossilised skeleton of a meat-eating Jurassic dinosaur found on a south Wales beach is put on show for the first time.
An "entire generation" has been denied a say on the UK's place in Europe, Philip Hammond says as he outlined plans for a referendum by 2017.
Newcastle caretaker manager John Carver is sacked by the club along with coach Steve Stone.
The oldest person living in Scotland, Twickenham-born Rene Chapman, marks her 109th birthday at a care home in Fort Augustus.
A paramedic with 23 years experience said a heat-stricken Army reservist who collapsed on an SAS test march had the highest temperature he had seen, an inquest hears.