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- UK's terror threat level raisedThe UK's terror threat level is raised from "substantial" to "severe" in response to conflicts in Iraq and Syria, the government announces.
- Missing boy's 'life is in danger'The health of a five-year-old boy taken from hospital by his parents against medical advice will deteriorate rapidly as the battery on his feeding system is likely to have run out, police...
- Abuse force failings 'laid bare'The police force at the centre of the Rotherham child abuse scandal admits a report has laid bare its failings over a number of years.
- More defectors to UKIP 'odds on'Further Conservative MPs are "more likely than not" to defect to UKIP, says the party's treasurer Stuart Wheeler.
- Tesco shares drop on profit warningShares in the struggling supermarket Tesco fall to an 11-year low after the group cut its profit forecast and dividend.
- Victoria Station passenger uses brute strength to wrench open gates The man was caught on CCTV as he pulled the gates out of the ground and bent them before creeping inside London Victoria station after he was told it was closed for cleaning.
- Burning Man festival's 70-foot heads are set ablaze in spectacular pyrotechnic displayIt was a project almost 12 months in the making - a 72-foot wooden sculpture of two people lovingly looking into each other, built to make people 'consider why death is so challenging and...
- Adolf Hitler photographs of him as a young man discovered in a box of World War II souvenirsThe images, brought over from Europe by late Staff Sgt. Paul T. Lipari, depict Hitler petting a fawn, celebrating his birthday with friends and shaking hands with workers.
- Father's outrage after his estranged wife's father douses his 10-month-old daughter during Ice Bucket ChallengeReggie Stiller, from Texas, posted a video online as part of the viral charity stunt where he doused himself - and his 10-month-old granddaughter Aria - with the freezing bucket of water....
- Dogs EATING corpses of Ebola victims in Liberia after health teams pile bodies into shallow graveVillagers in Johnsonville Township, outside capital Monrovia, say packs of wild dogs are dragging corpses from a specially-designated 'Ebola graveyard' into the open and feeding on their ...
- Axed Tory Cabinet Minister treated to lunch by City fatcat who bankrolls UKIPOwen Paterson – who lost his post as Environment Secretary in July – dined with hedge fund boss Crispin Odey, who later launched a savage attack on David Cameron
- ISIS fighters could launch a deadly attack on Britain at any time warns David CameronWith at least 250 UK jihadists now back home from the battlefields of Syria and Iraq thought to be plotting bloodshed here, the PM put the country on high alert
- Mother of murdered soldier begs for help in tracking her son's killerLynn Morrison’s son, Robbie, was attacked at around 4:30pm last Friday in the Wester Hailes area of Edinburgh by two men
- George Galloway 'badly bruised' after being punched by a man shouting about the HolocaustThe Respect MP was attacked after talking to residents on a street in Notting Hill, London, and a man has been arrested
- Westminster officials charge £518,635 of taxpayers’ money to corporate credit cardsSpending in the year to April by staff including the famous “men in tights” clerks jumped by more than £80,000 from the £437,317 they charged in 2012/13
- Bill Kerr - obituaryDistinguished Australian character actor who made his name on radio in Hancock's Half Hour
- Klaus Zapf - obituaryMulti-millionaire businessman who idolised Lenin, did his shopping at Aldi and said he lived on £60 a week
- Raymond Berthillon - obituaryBaker who founded a famous Parisian ice cream parlour, offering flavours such as lavender and foie gras
- Young actress hit by train while trying to retrieve dogYasmin Jones, a member of street theatre company in Liverpool, was hit by a train at a level crossing that is scheduled to be replaced with a footbridge
- Paul Gascoigne phones 999 for escort to TescoDorset Police had to remind its officers that citizens should all be treated the same way after giving the football legend a lift to the shops
- Mariupol digs in and waits for RussiansFew dozen Ukrainian soldiers armed with machine guns and backed by a handful of armoured personnel carriers seemed a paltry force to withstand the expected attack
- Nato states create new multilateral forceBritain and six other states are to create a joint force of at least 10,000 personnel to bolster Nato in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine
- Miliband considers health tax for manifestoMiliband believes NHS is rising up list of voter concerns but wants to offer a single big policy to prove Labour will be a better custodian than the Tories
- Britain raises terror threat level to ‘severe’Level is highest in 3 years, as government says groups in Syria and Iraq are planning attacks, though there is no intelligence suggesting one is imminent
- Banks told to reopen 2.5m PPI claimsFCA’s order to investigate old mis-selling cases could be a fresh blow to smaller lenders, who may not have made sufficient provisions
- Farage on Friday: Clacton by-election will see the tides of change break on British shoresAFTER a rather gloomy couple of days the sun burst through the clouds for my day at the seaside.
- Policeman who spoke to dying Princess Diana blasts 'DIY' security who failed to stop crashA POLICEMAN who spoke to Princess Diana on her deathbed has blasted the "DIY" security team who failed to prevent the road traffic accident in which she died.
- Iceland volcano: Alert lowered from red to orange despite eruption as NO ASH is foundFEARS of another Icelandic volcanic eruption were laid to rest for a time as scientists downgraded their earlier high level red warning to orange.
- Police fear missing Ashya King's feeding system 'likely to have expired'POLICE fear that 'time is running out' for the health of a five-year-old boy who was snatched from hospital by his parents without consent.
- TORY SHOCK: Ukip defection piles pressure on David CameronDAVID Cameron was last night battling to stop a new Tory rift opening up over Europe after one of his MPs defected to the UK Independence Party.
- Lost chapter of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory publishedChapter with more characters and Quentin Blake illustration deemed 'too wild' for British children appears for first time A lost chapter of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, deemed too w...
- Joan Rivers remains in 'serious condition' after surgery, family saysComedian was admitted to New York hospital suffering cardiac arrest when her breathing stopped during a vocal cord procedure Comedian Joan Rivers was in serious condition on Friday at a ...
- Sticky fingers: Yotam Ottolenghi's blackberry and blueberry recipesFor savoury or sweet, it's time to reach for the dark berries I got my first fountain pen at the age of 13. I didn't need my new pen, but it felt terribly grown up to own one, and it made...
- Cor for courgettes: Mary-Ellen McTague's recipes for how to make the most of courgettesIf your harvest is a good one, here are some great ideas I've been feeling a bit ambivalent towards courgettes of late. I don't think I'm alone in this, but in my case it isn't because of...
- Time Warner ends talks to buy major stake in Vice MediaDeal, that could have handed Vice control of Time Warners cable channel HLN, collapses over dispute about Vices value Time Warner has ended talks with Vice Media, the fast-growing bad bo...
- RSS Feed Moving (scotsman.com)We are about to release our new site with a new look, feel and structure. Part of this release will involve the creation of new RSS feeds and the decommissioning of the current ones. Plea...
- The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossipIn today's Rumour Mill: All the build-up to tonight's big match in Spain; Craig Brown linked with Northern Ireland vacancy; Rangers finance boss quits; plus the rest o
- Scottish Business Briefing - Tuesday 11 October, 2011WELCOME to scotsman.com's Scottish Business Briefing. Every morning we bring you a comprehensive round-up of all news affecting business in Scotland today.
- 'My views unwelcome north of the border', says PGA chief Sandy JonesSANDY Jones, the chief executive of the PGA, has said he feels his opinions on Scottish golf are unwelcome in certain quarters and claimed the skills within his organisation a
- Interview: Lee McConnell, athleteWITH the Olympic Games now almost within touching distance, the next year is mapped out for Lee McConnell, as it is for every other athlete who hopes to be in the Great Britai
- Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria: A tale of two Manchester United No 7sThe choreography preceding the introduction of Britain’s most expensive footballer was less than ideal. Security staff in front of Old Trafford hastily moved on the owners of a van used ...
- Miliband urges West to unite to confront Isis threat at home and abroadEd Miliband, writing in The Independent , has warned that Isis will not be defeated by military means alone.
- Ed Miliband urges West to unite to confront Isis threat at home and abroadEd Miliband, writing in The Independent , has warned that Isis will not be defeated by military means alone.
- MP: Scottish independence supporters are 'bullying mobs'A prominent Scottish MP accused supporters of independence of bully-boy tactics yesterday as he suspended his 100-date speaking tour of the country.
- Stuart Wheeler: The ace in Farage’s pack“A very able man with time on his hands. That’s a dangerous combination.”
- Can’t afford a night out? Are you game for the Metro cracker challenge?AD_143128912.jpgmatthewpayton89(Picture: Matt Payton)(Picture: Matt Payton)(Picture: Matt Payton)(Picture: Matt Payton)(Picture: Matt Payton)MattPOliverWHarryRJamieS Who needs jägerbombs, Calvin Harris and dirty kebabs to have a good night when you can have all this fun with some crackers, tap water and a stopwatch. photo 3photo 2photo 1RITZ BOXMattPJ...
- This dancing roofer will make you happy, pure and simplesamba roofermatthewpayton89(Picture: YouTube/Andrew Wilcox) So Bert you've been upstaged by this 21st century rooftop dancer and he did not even have chimneys and brooms to help him.
- ‘Rude and dishonest’ Burmese beauty queen ‘vanishes with £60,000 tiara’May Myat Noe, winner of Miss Asia Pacific World 2014.harryacrMay Myat Noe was told she should have breast enhancement surgery (Picture: AP Photo)Miss Myanmar (centre) is accused of lying to event organisers (Picture: YouTube) The problems all started when organisers suggested beauty queen May Myat Noe have breast enhancement surgery. 1
- Bingo fan with Tourette’s ‘kicked out of hall because of his swearing tics’AD_144278690.jpgjimmynsubugaukmetroLouis Bunn, Tourette’s syndromeThe Leo Leisure Bingo Hall, Tourette’s syndrome Did this bingo fan with Tourette’s syndrome get kicked out of his local hall because of his unintentional swearing?
- Loom bands with ‘high content of banned cancer-causing chemicals’ found in toy storeLoom bands are all the rage as gifts for teacher, apparently - but wouldn't they prefer a nice bottle of wine? Just saying (Picture: Alamy)jimmynsubugaukmetroThe Entertainer, loom bandsLoom bands, Brandon Lambert Loom bands with a ‘high content of banned cancer-causing chemicals’ have been found on sale at a leading toy retailer. Loom bands
- Respect MP George Galloway left badly bruised after being attacked in the street in LondonSCOTS politician's spokesman claims the alleged attacker shouted about the Holocaust before he punched the 60-year-old.
- Recap: Search for boy with brain tumour 'taken' from hospital by parentsPolice say that if they do not find five-year-old Ashya King within 24 hours there are 'serious concerns for his life'
- CC Says beauty review: Getting the most from coloured hair and why Scots women have the best skin in the UKIN this week's CC Says, I bring you the results of shampoo for coloured hair, and reveal why low stress and little sunshine in Scotland can benefit our skin.
- East Kilbride Pirates aim to blitz their way to the BritbowlTHE Scottish American Football team is in action in Hamilton this Sunday and are going for glory against an old rival.
- McLaren 650s thrills over The Bonnie Banks o' Loch LomondMaggy Barry is lucky enough to enjoy the thrills of McLaren's 650S Spider as supercar marque appoint Scottish dealers
- Be afraid! Expert warns of 'explosive effects' due to the super full moonAS stargazers prepare for the "supermoon" due to light up the night sky tonight a leading astrologer has warned of the "explosive effects" it could have on the viewing public.
- David Cameron suffers double blow in fight to remain Prime MinisterDAVID Cameron was yesterday hit with a double whammy from within his own party.
- 'I was rubbish as Harry Potter', Daniel Radcliffe blasts his acting skillsACTOR Daniel Radcliffe last night blasted his own performance as Harry Potter.
- British Isis 'martyr' dies in militant fightingA BRITISH Muslim who once worked for Primark has died fighting with militants in war-ravaged Syria.
- Kensington Palace labelled a 'rip-off' by touristsPRINCE William and Princess Kate’s home has been blasted as dull and expensive by tourists.
- Ten-man Swansea defeat LaticsGylfi Sigurdsson struck either side of the interval to secure a deserved 2-0 victory for 10-man Swansea at the Premier League basement boys Wigan.
- Dunn snatches point for RoversDavid Dunn earned Blackburn a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a headed equaliser five minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at Ewood Park.
- City stretch leadMario Balotelli again took centre stage as Manchester City saw off Bolton 2-0 to move five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
- Baggies pile pressure on AVBWest Brom defender Gareth McAuley increased the pressure on Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas with a late winner in the 1-0 Barclays Premier League clash at the Hawthorns.
- Van Persie bags brace at LiverpoolLiverpool paid for missing a penalty and hitting the post twice as Arsenal's Robin van Persie scored twice to snatch a late 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.
- Shop raid gang members jailed for total of 22 yearsMasked thugs brandished weapons including an axe, hammers and crowbars in robberies across Midlands
- WARNING - SWEARING AND RACIST ABUSE: Watch moment shocking brawl breaks out on Birmingham busTravel bosses investigating clash on number 94 bus from Chelmsley Wood to Brum captured on passenger's phone
- Replay: Friday's breaking news, weather, sport and traffic for Birmingham and the West MidlandsNews, sport, traffic and weather from around Birmingham and the West Midlands as it happened on August 29
- Good Hope Hospital defends food standards after new ratingSutton Coldfield hospital rated at 73.8 per cent in scores arising from patient-led inspections
- Motorist who defied driving ban spared jail as he has ADHDBirmingham Crown Court judge said prison term would cause teenager 'harm'
- Civil liberties: Speak loudly but carry no stickTHE murder of James Foley, an American journalist kidnapped by jihadists in Syria, was always likely to fill newspapers. His killer’s British accent has started a storm (see Bagehot ). S...
- Architecture: Nasty, brutish and tallPRESTON bus station was earmarked for demolition in 1999. Instead, last year, English Heritage added it to a list of protected buildings. The structure—a hulking piece of 1960s brutalism...
- Buses: Up to speedFEW Britons feel passionate about buses. Unlike the railways, they spur few protests or angry letters in local newspapers. On August 26th IPPR, a left-leaning think-tank influential in L...
- High streets: Strange townCould be anywhere, but it’s Kentish Town KENTISH TOWN ROAD is a humdrum high street in north London. It contains pawnbrokers, pound shops, hairdressers and some long-in-the-tooth hardwar...
- Sexual exploitation: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evilOVER the past few years it has sometimes seemed as though no news bulletin goes by without an awful account of child sex abuse. Celebrities and children’s entertainers, including Rolf Ha...
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- Putin Lashes Out at KievRussian President Vladimir Putin accused Ukraine and its allies of backing peace talks only as a smoke-screen, sidestepping accusations that Russian troops are fighting alongside separati...
- Israelis Frustrated With Gaza OutcomePrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces frustration over how the conflict with Hamas is winding down, both from the Israeli public and from parties that wanted harsher action against Gaza...
- Why Doctors Are Sick of Their ProfessionAmerican physicians are increasingly sick of their once-vaunted profession, and that malaise is bad for their patients. But physicians can still save themselves—and us too.image
- Euro Zone Consumer Prices Weaken to Five-Year LowEurope's struggle to prevent ultralow inflation from derailing an already fragile economic recovery grew even more challenging as consumer prices weakened to a five-year low in August.
- Tesco Warns on ProfitBritish retailer Tesco issued its third profit warning in as many years and said it would slash its interim dividend and reduce capital expenditures, underscoring the challenge facing its...
- Murray to face Kuznetsov in US OpenAndy Murray will return to the Louis Armstrong Stadium for Saturday's match against Andrey Kuznetsov at the US Open.
- Van Gaal unhappy over Shaw commentsLouis van Gaal wants England boss Roy Hodgson to clarify comments made about left-back Luke Shaw's fitness.
- Leeds Rhinos 12-13 St HelensLouie McCarthy-Scarsbrook and James Roby claim the tries as Super League Leaders' Shield favourites St Helens beat Leeds.
- FC Augsburg 2-3 Borussia DortmundMarco Reus turns in an impressive display as Borussia Dortmund earn their first win of the Bundesliga season at Augsburg.
- Torres joins Milan on two-year loanChelsea striker Fernando Torres is to join AC Milan on a two-year loan deal, subject to agreeing personal terms.
- England seek limited-overs rebootEngland's composition has been under fire in ODIs but they have an opportunity to address against India, who have rarely been in advantageous positions in away series in the recent past
- Ferrer handed walkover into third roundDavid Ferrer progressed into the third round of the US Open on Friday after Bernard Tomic withdrew from their match because of a left hip injury
- Errani battles past Venus for last-16 spotSara Errani moved into the last 16 of the US Open after battling her way past Venus Williams in a thrilling encounter on Friday afternoon
- Spurs agree fee for Montpellier's StambouliMontpellier have confirmed that they have accepted an offer from Tottenham for defensive midfielder Benjamin Stambouli
- Froome crashes but gains time on rivalsChris Froome suffered a heavy crash but also gained time on his Vuelta a Espana rivals after a seventh stage of mixed fortunes
- Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Former league boss Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Pienaar ruled outInjury has forced Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar to withdrawn from South Africa's squad due to play international friendlies this week.
- Partizan win marred by crowd troubleSerbian champions Partizan Belgrade came from behind to beat city rivals OFK 3-1 on Sunday, but their success was marred by serious crowd trouble among groups of their own fans.
- Slew set for spell on sidelinesOn-loan Oldham striker Jordan Slew suffered another injury setback during the 1-0 win over Portsmouth. Slew was hurt against Walsall and missed the Stevenage game, returning to parent cl...
- Game of Thrones tour of Dubrovnik is more than just fantasyGet to the heart of the Seven Kingdoms and discover the real King's Landing on this cruise ship excursion with a difference
- Gamescom 2013: Live updates on the news, gameplay footage, trailers and announcements from day threeIt's day three of gamescom 2013 and we have live news and updates coming direct from Cologne, Germany.
- Transfer news LIVE: All of Thursday's gossip, rumours and done deals as they happenWho? What? When? Where? How? Which? All those questions and more (possibly) answered in Thursday's transfer live blog
- Edinburgh TV festival LIVE: Follow GEITF news and live updates, as they happenLet us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below or tweeting us at @MirrorTVNews
- Ricky Gervais plans David Brent film based around hit YouTube series Learn To Play GuitarComedian is planning a David Brent film, album and world tour as he resurrects his most famous small screen character
- Little Mix join forces with Caroline Flack and tell cancer to jog onWHAT a bunch a beauties.
- Myleene Klass does the school run in animal print and heels comboNOT bad for a Monday morning.
- Peaches Geldof plays proud mummy in intimate family picturesTHEY look so content.
- Judge rules in favour of Emma Thompson in Effie court caseEMMA THOMPSON has been given the go-ahead to proceed with a movie about the lives of 19th century poet JOHN RUSKIN, his wife EFFIE GRAY and her lover, painter JOHN EVERETT MILLIAS, after...
- Eva Mendes organised special 'mothers' day' for film researchActress EVA MENDES gathered up all the mums in her life for an intensive 'mothers' day' so she could get a feel for what it's like to be a woman with a kid for her new film THE PLACE AMO...
- Chrome extension adds bookmarks to right-click menuThe Context Bookmarks extension lets you keep your bookmarks bar hidden but its contents readily available.
- Google tests drone delivery, iPhone 6 may have NFCLook up in the sky for a special delivery from Google's Project Wing, keep waiting for that "iWatch," and expect the iPhone 6 to include mobile payments with NFC.
- With Mac Chrome beta, Google emphasizes speed, simplicityGoogle released its 64-bit Chrome Windows first, but it's moving Mac users to the new version faster. The promise: a memory, security, and performance boost.
- Space whiskey returning to Earth soon (hurry, please)Vials of whiskey were sent to space in 2011 as part of an experiment aboard the ISS. Now the sweet spirits are coming home, and Crave's Eric Mack says they can't get back fast enough.
- Relive your childhood with streaming site Nick RebootYou can go home again! Nick Reboot streams classic Nickelodeon shows all day, every day.
- Ukraine seeks to join NATO; defiant Putin compares Kiev to NazisLAKE SELIGER Russia/KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine called on Friday for full membership in NATO, its strongest plea yet for Western military help, after accusing Russia of sending in armoured c...
- Pakistan PM tries to distance himself from army as crisis drags onISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's prime minister, weakened by weeks of opposition protests calling for him to resign, distanced himself from an army move to intervene in the crisis on Frid...
- U.N. tries to locate Fijian peacekeepers seized on Golan HeightsQUNEITRA Golan Heights (Reuters) - U.N. officials shuttled along the rocky frontier between Syria and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Friday, trying to establish the whereabouts of ...
- Syrian refugees top 3 million, half of all Syrians displaced - U.N.GENEVA (Reuters) - Three million Syrian refugees will have registered in neighbouring countries as of Friday, but many remain trapped by the advance of Islamist militants or are having di...
- Britain raises its terrorism threat level over Syria, IraqLONDON (Reuters) - Britain raised its terrorism alert on Friday to the second-highest level with Prime Minister David Cameron saying the Islamic State (IS) group operating in Syria and Ir...
- Two women in hospital after car hits bus stopTWO women have been taken to hospital after a car crashed into a bus stop in Glasgow.
- George Galloway attacked by man in London streetControversial Respect MP George Galloway was badly bruised after he was attacked in the street tonight.
- Fans call for heads to roll after Rangers board's £3.6m shares sell-offFANS have called for heads to roll after the Rangers board admitted the club's financial future will be uncertain if a bid to raise £3.6 million ends in failure.
- Boy who addressed letter to 'Ross Murdoch, Commonwealth Games champion' finally meets his heroA five-year-old boy has met his Commonwealth Games hero Ross Murdoch after his fan letter sparked an online appeal.
- Tensions rise during Darling visit to Glasgow mosqueBetter Together leader Alistair Darling was accused of having "blood on his hands" over Iraq during a bad-tempered campaign visit to a mosque.
- Grounds maintenance teams will cut back by not cutting backThe upkeep of private ground by Perth and Kinross Council was this week described as ''ludicrous''.
- Thousands brave cold for Dundee Christmas Light Night 2011The festive season officially arrived in Dundee on Friday as around 25,000 people braved the cold for the switching-on of the Christmas lights.
- 'New' name for Dundee street would be link to medieval pastA long-abandoned medieval street name could soon return to Dundee.
- Lingerie boss Michelle Mone's Carnoustie kitchen all part of her great support for Erskine charityAn Angus couple this week told how Scottish lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone cooked for them in their home — and then did the washing up!
- VIDEO: Gordon Brown contributes to student's football-themed documentaryA Fife university student enrolled the help of the former Prime Minister to make a moving documentary about the Blue Brazil.
- Review: It's back to the classroom in BBC's Big SchoolIt's a new term at Greybridge School, but the staff room shenanigans and student drama will leave you questioning your education
- Wales breaking news, Friday August 29, 2014The latest live news, sport, traffic, weather comment and showbiz from Wales
- Leicester 21-17 Cardiff Blues: Sam Warburton and Adam Jones help to give Tigers a scare at Welford RoadSam Warburton and Adam Jones both started for Mark Hammett's men as they came agonisingly close to recording a famous win at Welford Road.
- Dragons 27-25 Northampton Saints: Aviva Premiership champions leave Ebbw Vale stunned by Tom Prydie showNewport Gwent Dragons lit up a gloomy night in Ebbw Vale with a stunning double salvo in the closing minutes to snatch the match from Avivia Premiership champions Northampton Saints
- Fire crews tackle blaze at Cardiff coffee shopCrews were called to Coffee #1 in Pontcanna
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- Tablet sales slow as PCs find footingStudents use tablets at a school in Paris on December 3, 2012
- Obama faces a tough sell in Congress for Islamic State strategyPresident Barack Obama has pledged to consult Congress about any expanded military action against Islamic State militants operating in Iraq and Syria, but support from the divided legisl...
- BB boot for Will And Grace's JordanLeslie Jordan has become the second housemate to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.
- Appeals court ups stakes in Oracle-SAP copyright fightThe Oracle headquarters on June 19, 2014 in Redwood Shores, California
- Exclusive - Intel hires senior Qualcomm exec to boost mobile businessBy Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Chipmaker Intel Corp has hired Amir Faintuch, a senior executive at rival Qualcomm Inc, to step up efforts in mobile and Internet-connected ga...
- UK Terror Threat Level Raised To SevereThe threat from militant groups in Iraq and Syria is behind the move, which means an attack is considered "highly likely".Terror threat level raised
- 'Poisonous Ideology' Behind Terror ThreatThe PM announces new laws aimed at terror suspects and warns that extremism in Iraq and Syria poses a greater threat than ever.David Cameron on terror threat
- Missing Ashya: Fears Feeding Tube Has Run OutInterpol joins the hunt for a boy taken from hospital whose health, it is warned, will "deteriorate rapidly" in the coming hours.Interpol yellow notice alert for missing boy Ashya King
- Missing Ashya: Videos Reveal Fight For LifePoignant YouTube videos reveal missing Ashya King's battle for survival after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.Pics: Naveed King
- French Media Support Hunt For Missing AshyaTV channels and newspaper websites in France urge motorists to look out for the right-hand drive English car carrying Ashya.Screengrab of the TF1 website
- Betts 'can smell eighth spot'Widnes boss Denis Betts believes his side are now very close to securing a Super League playoff spot after ending Wigan's hopes of the League Leaders shield with a shock 24-10 victory.
- Chester blasts pathetic defeatChris Chester lamented an "embarrassing" and "pathetic" performance after he saw his hopes of leading Hull KR into the play-offs suffered a major dent in a one-sided derby against Hull FC.
- Santo off the mark at ValenciaValencia coach Nuno Espirito Santo's first home game in charge at the Mestalla was a happy occasion for the hosts, who romped to a comfortable 3-0 win over Malaga.
- Chelsea reward BakerChelsea youngster Lewis Baker has signed a new five-year contract with the club.
- Irvine backing for IdeyeWest Brom head coach Alan Irvine has called for patience over striker Brown Ideye, who is yet to score for the Baggies.