Controversial plans to end the need for evidence in Scottish criminal trials to come from two sources are put on hold for at least a year.
The mother of the Hillsborough disaster's youngest victim has said he would have been ''very proud'' of his cousin, England Captain Steven Gerrard.
RAF fighter jets were scrambled to investigate two Russian military aircraft spotted approaching UK airspace, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) says.
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The Duchess of Cornwall's brother, Mark Shand, 62, has died as a result of a serious head injury he sustained during a fall in New York on Tuesday night.
Scotland's first minister Alex Salmond insists Scottish independence would be a boon for the north of England because it would rebalance the UK economy.
The Duchess of Cornwall's brother, Mark Shand, dies in a New York hospital after sustaining a serious head injury in a fall.
A naked man who threw his boxer shorts at a police officer during a strip search was unlawfully Tasered, a court hears.
Eighteen men unhappy at being paid less than their female colleagues win an equal pay claim against a university.
The amount private private parking firms pay the DVLA for the names and addresses of drivers increase 28%.
Griff Rhys Jones withdraws from becoming Cardiff University's chancellor just two weeks after an embarrassing debacle in which his appointment was delayed at the last minute.
BBC News hears from a man carrying out a daily random act of kindness or 'RAK Nomination'.
A woman believed to be the mother of three children found dead at a south-west London home has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Manager Jose Mourinho is among three Chelsea staff charged in the aftermath of the club's defeat by Sunderland.
The Tories admit "mistake" after tweeting a picture of Gordon Brown at a memorial service to make a joke.
An emotional Andy Murray is awarded the freedom of Stirling in a visit to the area in which he grew up.
A woman believed to be the mother of three children who were found dead at a south-west London home is arrested on suspicion of murder.
Men who believe in gender equality and look after their children have "most cojones", Miriam Gonzalez Durantez says.
A journalist arrested as part of the police probe into alleged corrupt payments to public officials is told he will face no further action, the Met Police says.
New video evidence has revealed the scale of damage caused by the winter storms to Lyme Bay on south coast of England.
UKIP says it is "extremely unhappy" about the name of another Eurosceptic party contesting the European elections.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson tells the phone-hacking trial he did not "cover anything up" following the arrest of the paper's royal editor Clive Goodman in 2006.
A hate crime in east Belfast in which three people were attacked by a gang armed with golf clubs is being investigated by police.
Senior Lib Dem Danny Alexander rules out suggestions his party could support a minority Labour or Tory government after the next election.
Manchester United reject "unprofessional" claim, insisting they did not want to search for a successor behind David Moyes's back.
A former IRA member makes new allegations about Gerry Adams, claiming the Sinn Féin leader ordered him to transport explosives to Great Britain for a bombing campaign in 1980.
Steven Gerrard's cousin, who was the youngest victim of the Hillsborough disaster, would have been "very proud" of the England captain, an inquest hears.
A fire which killed four members of the same family was a revenge attack on the wrong house, a jury is told.
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Jurors in the indecent assault trial of publicist Max Clifford are told they can return a majority verdict of nine to one.
A benefits cheat with a fear of open spaces is jailed for a year at Merthyr Crown court after being caught working as a tour guide in South America.
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Tennis star Andy Murray has been awarded the freedom of Stirling in a ceremony which made the Wimbledon champion break down in tears.
A teenage blogger with terminal cancer raises more than £1m for charity after posting his final message to followers.
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Dorset Police are to delete photos of an abuse victim from a paedophile's laptop after previously saying it was "unlawful".
A teenage blogger with terminal cancer has raised £1m for charity after posting his final message to followers.
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Eight renewable energy projects, expected to support 8,500 jobs, are given the green light by the government.
The UK government borrowed £107.7bn in the financial year to April 2014, lower than the amount it borrowed the previous year.
UK police investigating Madeleine McCann's disappearance are looking at 18 potentially linked cases involving a lone intruder breaking into holiday villas in the Algarve, Portugal.
Violent crime is continuing to fall in England and Wales, according to an annual project examining injury data gathered from NHS hospitals.
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The executive producer of Top Gear expresses regret over a "light-hearted" remark on its Burma special that led to the BBC show being accused of racism.
Tony Blair warns Western leaders they must put aside their differences with Russia over Ukraine to focus on the threat of Islamic extremism.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge try their hand at DJing during a visit to a music studio on the latest leg of their Australian tour in Adelaide.
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Tea-drinking is becoming ever more popular in France, although history shows that the beverage has long been taken on the continent.
The PM is challenged over his support for Maria Miller following a row over her expenses.
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A first US contingent arrives in Poland for military exercises amid heightened tensions with Russia over Ukraine.
Technology giant Apple plans a share buyback after it reports profits of $10.2bn, selling a more than 43 million iPhones in the second quarter of 2014.
Karim Benzema's goal gives Real Madrid the advantage as holders Bayern Munich lose semi-final first leg in Spain.
NYPD asked followers to tweet a photo of themselves with officers and add the hashtag "myNYPD" as part of a social media campaign.
US actress Jodie Foster marries her girlfriend, Alexandra Hedison, the actress' representative confirms.
Troubled online game-maker Zynga reports a loss of $61m, as founder Mark Pincus steps down as chief product officer.
Sherpa guides in Nepal are meeting climbers at Everest base camp to decide whether to continue ascents after an avalanche on Friday killed 16 of their colleagues.
Four people, two of them police, are killed in the Kenyan capital Nairobi by a car bomb outside a police station.
Facebook reports growing earnings on surging mobile advertising revenue as chief finance officer David Ebersman prepares to leave.
Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas have announced a reconciliation deal, saying they will seek to form a unity government in the coming weeks.
Liverpool plan to redevelop parts of Anfield to increase the ground's capacity to around 59,000.
Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas announce a reconciliation deal, saying they will seek to form a unity government in the coming weeks.
The White House has strongly condemned the massacre of civilians in South Sudan calling it a betrayal of the people by their leaders.
A new study has found that deer on the border between the Czech Republic and old West Germany still stick to their sides despite the barrier having vanished long ago.
An emotional memorial service has taken place to remember the victims of the South Korean ferry disaster.
The BBC's Wyre Davies visits the Pavaozinho complex the day after riots broke out following the death of a young man allegedly beaten by police.
Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan offers condolences for the first time for the mass killings of Armenians under Ottoman rule during WWI.
At least 63 people have been killed after a freight train overloaded with passengers derailed in Katanga in south-eastern DR Congo, officials say.
Hundreds of mourners pay their respects at the funeral of Myanmar pro-democracy veteran Win Tin, who served 19 years in prison for his activism.
The soldier who leaked US government documents to Wikileaks is granted the right to legally change her name from Bradley to Chelsea.
The head of Iran's prison service is replaced following allegations that political prisoners were beaten by guards at Tehran's Evin jail last week.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos reinstates the ousted mayor of Bogota, Gustavo Petro, to his post following a court order to that effect.
Russia's lower house passes a bill banning swearing from films, music and other works of art.
US customers of streaming service Amazon Prime will be able to stream such TV shows as The Sopranos and The Wire thanks to a new deal with subscription channel HBO.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been taught how to DJ, during the latest leg of their royal tour of Australia.
Members of Lebanon's parliament fail to elect a new president at the first attempt before Michel Suleiman's six-year term expires on 25 May.
US President Barack Obama tells Japan that islands it disputes with China are covered by a bilateral defence treaty, as he begins an Asian tour.
The massacre of hundreds of civilians in South Sudan is an "abomination" and a betrayal of the people by their leaders, the White House says.
A senior Egyptian police officer has been killed by a bomb blast in the capital, Cairo, officials say.
Authorities in Australia are looking at material washed ashore to find out if it is related to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
Volunteers in the Ukraine have begun to make defence preparations amid fears the Ukrainian military is unable to match Russian forces.
South Africa's public broadcaster says it refused to broadcast an advert from the controversial politician Julius Malema, saying it incited violence.
Thousands of mourners have gathered to pay their respects to Myanmar pro-democracy veteran Win Tin, who died on Monday.
EU member countries have cut new government borrowing, but total debt continues to rise, European Commission figures show.
Weeks before the World Cup, deadly clashes break out in the Brazilian city of Rio after the body of a young man is found, allegedly beaten by police.
Twitter users bombard the New York Police department with images depicting police aggression in the latest social media campaign to go awry.
Justin Bieber has caused social media upset after posting a picture of a Japanese war shrine on Instagram.
Clothing retailer Primark is to open its first US stores, beginning with a 70,000 sq-ft shop in Boston.
Authorities in South Korea arrest four more crew members from the ferry that sank last week and raid the offices of companies linked to its owners.
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General Motors asks a US court to bar some lawsuits relating to its recall over faulty ignition switches.
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