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Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield accepts his failure to shut a tunnel to football terraces "was direct cause" of 96 deaths.
A report into how Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall carried out abuse while at the BBC is due to be published in May, the review's author has said
UKIP leader Nigel Farage said his party's Scottish MEP should not have compared a Scottish government minister with a convicted terrorist.
Police and intelligence officers who give evidence about an alleged Westminster paedophile ring must be protected from prosecution, two Labour MPs say.
Taking pictures of Friday's solar eclipse on a smartphone could put people at risk of blindness, eye experts warn.
The Duchess of Cambridge presents shamrocks to soldiers from the Irish Guards to mark St Patrick's Day.
Cycling boss Brian Cookson says Lance Armstrong's plan to join a charity ride at this year's Tour de France is "disrespectful".
Archive recalls how Nigel Farage was not always UKIP's leader and the party was founded by Alan Sked in 1993.
Lancaster University's AuroraWatch UK issues its second highest alert for sightings of the aurora borealis.
Why has it taken so long to tackle poor mental health provision for the nation's children?
The search for remaining bodies from a December AirAsia plane crash in the Java Sea ends on Tuesday night, Indonesia's rescue agency confirms.
A schoolgirl who was groomed and abducted by her maths teacher has been offered the chance to meet the man who abused her, her mother says.
A recovery truck that hit a wall, killing a toddler, was driven by his father, a family friend says.
At least 11 activists are arrested in DR Congo for protesting against the detention of pro-democracy activists, officials say.
Bhutan, the world's lowest ranked side, upset Sri Lanka to progress to the next round of the Asian World Cup qualifiers.
Egypt's state prosecutor says a policeman must stand trial on charges of killing activist Shaimaa al-Sabbagh at a protest in Cairo in January.
Television regulator Ofcom launches investigation after TV station Made in Cardiff broadcast offensive language before the watershed.
Local media reports say that passengers had to tackle the man as he charged the cockpit, claiming to have a bomb.
A new method of 3D printing that uses light and oxygen to 'grow' solid objects was inspired by the Terminator 2 film.
The decision to reject a request to film scenes for a James Bond movie in the Senedd chamber is defended by the assembly's presiding officer.