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Alex Salmond accused of lying naked on woman and trying to rape her
Scotland's former first minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court charged with 14 counts of sexual assault against 10 women, including an attempted rape inside his official residence.
General election Labour manifesto pledges to increase public sector pay by 5%
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to increase public sector pay by 5% if Labour wins the election.
Rail strikes over Christmas: Chaos as almost a month of rail strikes to hit commuters and shoppers
Rail commuters are to be hit by almost a month of strikes across the Christmas period after talks to avert them broke down.
'Norovirus' outbreak at Lego brick show being investigated
The organisers of a Lego event in Bristol have said they are "devastated" after a number of people who attended the show reported coming down with a norovirus-like sickness bug.
Grace Millane murdered by man seeking 'total domination', court hears
British backpacker Grace Millane was murdered by a man "seeking total domination and some sort of weird thrill over women who were his sexual partners", a court heard today.
Thousands face delays as BA flights disrupted by 'technical issue'
Thousands of passengers face delays as British Airways experiences disruption to flights caused by a "technical issue".
Thomas Cook stores owner Hays Travel creates 1,500 jobs and apprenticeships
The company that bought the Thomas Cook UK store estate following the tour operator's collapse is to create 1,500 new positions.
Google to ban politically targeted advertisements in UK ahead of general election
Google is going to ban political advertisers from targeting audiences based upon their political preferences, the company announced.
Coldplay 'not touring' new album Everyday Life over climate change fears
Coldplay are due to release their new album this week - but it seems the band will not be touring the new material due to concerns over the environmental impact of putting on gigs across the world.
General election: Chancellor Sajid Javid downgrades Boris Johnson's low-paid workers' savings pledge
Sajid Javid has downgraded how much low-paid workers will save under Boris Johnson's plan to raise the National Insurance threshold.