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New West Brom boss Tony Pulis says his record of never being relegated does not guarantee the club's Premier League survival.
Two private planes owned by Elvis Presley - the Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II - are going up for auction.
More bodies are recovered from the Java Sea after the AirAsia flight QZ8501 crash, bringing the total found so far to 30, rescue officials say.
"Suggestion of impropriety with minors untrue," says Buckingham Palace after Prince Andrew named in US sex lawsuit
The Conservatives say they are "firing the starting gun" for May's general election after launching their first campaign poster, as Labour claims it is in the "centre ground" of politics.
Andy Murray coasts to a 6-2 6-0 victory over world number three Rafael Nadal in the Mubadala World Tennis Championship.
Metal detector enthusiasts in Buckinghamshire have uncovered what is thought to be one of biggest hoards of ancient coins ever found in Britain.
Comedian Paddy McGuinness keeps his Twitter promise to clean Emile Heskey's boots.
Fathers could be offered men-only relationship classes to encourage them to stay involved with their children under a government pilot scheme.
Seven members of a family, aged between 18 and 53, are left shaken after a gun attack at a house in Omagh, County Tyrone.
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Comedian Paddy McGuinness keeps his promise to clean Emile Heskey's boots after the striker scored during his first game for Bolton Wanderers.
The value of the euro has fallen to its lowest level since the middle of 2010, following comments from Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank.
The funeral of Christiane Lecocq, one of the founder members of the world's naturism or nudism movement, takes place in Paris.
The Italian coastguard has taken control of a merchant ship carrying more than 400 migrants that is adrift in the Mediterranean without any crew on board.
It is only the second day of the new year but already the starting gun has already been fired in the campaign to woo voters ahead of the general election.
One of the main roads leading into Port Talbot is closed while crews deal with a "significant fire" in a Chinese takeaway.
The BBC's Carrie Gracie visits China's Xinjiang province, home to China's predominantly Muslim Uighurs, viewed by authorities as a "terrorist" threat.
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