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London mayor Boris Johnson is set to meet rail bosses later to discuss the days of travel disruption at London Bridge station.
More tenants in Wales are suffering with poverty and debt since welfare reforms came in than in England and Scotland, a financial watchdog warns.
An official review of inflation measures says there is a strong case for switching the way it is measured.
Police are treating the death of a man in his 60s in Randalstown, County Antrim, as murder.
American businessman Robert Sarver increases his offer to buy Rangers to £20m and offers a short-term loan of £6.5m.
Marks and Spencer reports its 14th consecutive quarterly drop in clothing sales blaming unseasonal autumn weather.
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There have been angry protests outside the venue of a performance by Bill Cosby in Ontario, Canada.
Welsh athletes Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton will find out the result of their anti-doping hearings this week.
Two hillwalkers who went missing on the Cairngorm Plateau are found safe by mountain rescuers.
Hundreds of properties owned by Wales' biggest council could be sold off to raise raise millions of pounds.
Political leaders in Northern Ireland are to address a parliamentary inquiry into the future of UK devolution later.
A major announcement on the devolution of corporation tax to Stormont is expected to be made later by Secretary of State Theresa Villiers.
The world's largest container ship has arrived in the UK for the first time at the Port of Felixstowe.
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French police issue a photo of two suspects in the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, as the country mourns the 12 victims.
Astrophysicists studying the unstable "stellar monster" Eta Carinae unveil fresh insights and a 3D model of the destructive maelstrom at its heart.
The government's emergency committee Cobra is to meet later following the attack by gunmen at the Paris office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
A British man is reportedly arrested during a murder inquiry after a woman's body was found under concrete at a house in Portugal.
Silent vigils in Paris and other cities