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Business Secretary Vince Cable says he will tighten the rules to deal with foreign takeovers of UK firms.
Israel warns Palestinians in northern Gaza to evacuate their homes ahead of fresh air strikes as violence between the two sides continues unabated.
The supermoon as seen from around the world
The Queen's Baton Relay travelled across the Glenfinnan Viaduct during the relay in the Highlands.
The World Cup in Brazil is reaching its conclusion as Germany and Argentina play for football's most prestigious trophy.
A couple dubbed the "Panini Cheapskates" rush to complete a World Cup sticker album filled with their drawings of players.
First Minister Carwyn Jones and Arriva Trains Wales clash publicly on social media over the absence of Welsh language announcements at a Cardiff station.
Did the Sinclair C5 really deserve the jokes?
Business Secretary, Vince Cable has said that there is an agreement across government to bring in new laws governing mergers and takeovers.
Carey Mulligan has revealed how her hopes of a career in musical theatre were dashed because she wasn't a good enough singer.
Newsbeat visits Majorcan resort after explicit videos emerge
A student is charged with murdering a 24-year-old man who was stabbed in Essex.
Musicians and fans pay tribute to Tommy Ramone, drummer for seminal US punk band The Ramones, who has died aged 65.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says he is "hopeful" the Church of England's ruling General Synod will allow women to become bishops when it votes on the issue on Monday.
A Presbyterian clergyman from Donemana, County Tyrone, dies after getting into difficulties while diving off the County Donegal coast.
The government is expanding a pilot scheme to help people with mental health problems get treatment earlier, as it tries to increase the numbers in work and reduce the benefits bill.
Ministers are piloting ways to get more people with mental health problems into work with earlier treatment and employment support.
Former 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan is released from hospital, five weeks after being seriously injured in a car crash that left a fellow comedian dead.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a woman in Liverpool.
Scotland's senior prosecutor warns tough action will be taken against anyone trying to make "a fast buck" out of Glasgow 2014.