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An MP wants a ban on "useless" disclaimers at the foot of emails. Here's one to end them all.
Leicester City agree a deal to sign Croatia striker Andrej Kramaric for a club record fee, subject to a work permit.
Tesco have announced it will be closing 43 stores across the UK and it is shelving plans to open a further 49 new "very large" stores.
Former first minister Alex Salmond rules out using the Westminster election to win a second independence referendum.
Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar is expected to be out for four to six weeks with a knee injury, the club confirms.
Bomb disposal officers are called to the Police Service of Northern Ireland's headquarters to examine a suspicious package.
A minute's silence has been held for the 12 people killed at the Paris office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The company denies it has hardened its policy towards VPNs but says it remains opposed to them.
The remaining staff of Charlie Hebdo plan a mammoth print run of the satirical magazine for next week, in defiance of the deadly attack on its headquarters.
Footballer Ched Evans apologises "for the effects" of the actions that led to a rape conviction in 2011.
One of the main suspects in the shooting of 12 people at the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was jailed in 2008 and had long been known to police for militant Islamist activities.
A police officer jailed for running a brothel and laundering money admits three further offences.
Images from around the world: 8 January
Ukraine points the finger at Russia for German hack attack but do they have any evidence for the claims?
The price of unleaded petrol has fallen to its lowest level in five years, bringing cheer for motorists and businesses.
Armed police are called to the office of the Swansea MP Sian James in the city.
Winds gusting to up to 100mph and heavy rain are forecast for parts of Scotland from late Thursday night.
The Green Party is 'deeply disappointed' at its exclusion from the broadcasting regulator's proposed list of major parties.
UK interest rates have been kept on hold for another month by the Bank of England at a record low of 0.5%.
Nigeria's militant Islamists carry out a second attack on the key north-eastern town of Baga, with many bodies littering its streets, an official tells the BBC.