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More than 30 members of staff at a Kent prison have stopped work for heath and safety reasons, the Prison Officers Association (POA) has said.
The findings of Fifa's inquiry into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process are questioned by the man who investigated corruption claims.
UK drone experts are being sought by Amazon to help with its fledgling drone-based delivery service.
A pilot pleads guilty to being three times over the alcohol limit while flying a passenger plane from Spain.
Alan Cumming says writing about his childhood physical abuse was a "cathartic" experience for his family.
Cancer charities say they are "deeply concerned" at moves to restrict medicines available through a special fund set up by the prime minster.
England hooker Josh Hodgson says he will "learn from his mistake" after smashing a door at a student flat in New Zealand.
India's Rohit Sharma hits 264 against Sri Lanka to break the record for the highest individual score in a one-day international.
Support for 43 Mexican students who disappeared
William Sitwell and Bee Wilson discuss the influence of McDonald's in its 40th year in the UK.
A buyer has been found for New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police, the deputy mayor for police and crime confirms.
Police are searching for a missing mother and son from Dundee who have not been seen since 2 November.
The head of Taylor Swift's record label denies Spotify's claims that the singer was "on track" to make $6m a year from the service.
Continued low interest rates and mortgage market competition have led to another fall in the number of homes repossessed in the UK, figures show.
A 10-part drama about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, based on West End play The Audience, is to be screened by on-demand TV service Netflix.
How should rapists be treated when they leave jail?
Roger Federer expects Andy Murray to be boosted by his recent form when they meet in the World Tour Finals on Thursday.
Turkish protesters attack three US sailors in Istanbul, trying to put hoods on them and chanting "Yankees go home".
It is 100 years since the first films were made at the place known as Britain's Hollywood - Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire.