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Sainsbury's will cut 500 jobs at its store support centres as part of its plans to cut costs.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney responds to the inflation rate reduction by saying the figures will be welcomed by consumers.
Seven victims of last week's attacks in Paris are honoured at ceremonies in France and Israel. This video contains an image some may find offensive
Footage shows a the aftermath of snowfall in and around Dundee.
A piece of the original World Cup trophy is discovered in storage at the headquarters of football's world governing body Fifa.
Dulwich Picture Gallery pays a Chinese studio to produce a copy of an Old Master painting, which will be hung in place of the original, challenging visitors to spot the fake.
Two climbers Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell are coming to the end of an attempt to 'free climb' the Dawn Wall of El Capitan, a rock formation in California's Yosemite National Park.
England Lions captain Jonathan Trott hits his first century in international cricket since leaving the 2013-14 Ashes.
A children's doctor at the University Hospital of Wales dies after getting into trouble while kayaking on the River Tawe.
London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith leaves the Premiership club with immediate effect on compassionate grounds.
Rory McIlroy aims to build on his two major wins in 2014 as he looks to complete a career grand slam at April's Masters, writes Iain Carter.
The story behind the notorious 9% beer
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen claims new one-day captain Eoin Morgan would "love" to have him in the side.
It is not easy to find out the truth about attacks by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria, as the BBC's Will Ross explains.
A man is sentenced for an attack on a transgender woman as she made her way home from a support group meeting.
Councillors pass plans for more than 80% of Edinburgh's roads, including the whole of the city centre, to have a 20mph speed limit.
The EU gives states more decision-making powers on genetically modified (GM) crops, which are highly restricted in Europe.
Lilian Lepere - a graphic designer who survived the siege at a printing plant in France by hiding under a sink, has been telling his story.
The trial of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground market, begins today.
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