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Northern Ireland's finance minister proposes cuts of more than £700m to Stormont departments in a budget plan circulated to his executive colleagues.
A nurse quarantined in New Jersey after treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone is to be discharged after being symptom-free for 24 hours.
More could be done to punish traders who try to manipulate financial markets, the deputy governor of the Bank of England has said.
The Scottish Football Association writes to Rangers and Mike Ashley to clarify his intentions for the Championship club.
A 6ft leatherback turtle drowned off the east coast of Scotland after being caught in fishermen's creel ropes, experts discover.
The Pet Shop Boys' 1987 hit Always On My Mind is voted the top cover version of all time in a BBC Music vote.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has ruled himself out of the Scottish Labour leadership contest, the BBC understands.
Immigration must not be seen as a "deep menace", but must be managed "prudently and carefully", Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says.
Meet the NHS volunteers heading to West Africa
The former owner of a painting that was auctioned for £42,000 sues Sotheby's because he now believes it is by Italian master Caravaggio and worth £11m.
Two men, one of whom is a convicted murderer, are on the run from HMP Leyhill in South Gloucestershire, police say.
David Cameron tells MPs the UK will not pay the extra £1.7bn demanded by the EU, promising to challenge it "in every way possible".
Strict regulations will need to be introduced before large drones are allowed to appear in the UK's skies, pilots association Balpa has said.
Holidays for pupils in term-time should only be granted if the circumstances are "rare, unavoidable, significant and short", say head teachers
Prime Minister David Cameron has been shoved by a member of the public on a visit to Leeds. after he attended a news conference about the proposed high speed rail link.
Poet's praise as centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas is marked
Marussia and Caterham "may not be the last" teams to suffer from the cost of Formula 1, says former FIA president Max Mosley.
Royal Wootton Bassett reflects on its enduring symbolic role in honouring the war dead.
Haitians protest in the capital Port-au-Prince as a new postponement of long-delayed legislative and municipal elections is announced.
Newsnight's Stephen Smith reports from Westminster Abbey's triforium, which is to be converted to create gallery space in what will be the first major addition to the building since 1745.