Belfast bomb set off by wire, police say
A bomb thought to have been thrown at a police patrol in west Belfast on Friday night was in fact detonated by a command wire, the PSNI has said.
Helicopter's flight recorder found
The flight voice recorder of the crashed helicopter that killed four people in Norfolk, including Northern Ireland peer Lord Ballyedmond, is recovered for analysis.
'No-one needs £1m a year' - Cable
Business Secretary Vince Cable says he does not understand why people need to earn £1m per year, in an interview with a national newspaper.
Tories criticise corroboration move
Proposals to scrap the need for two sources of evidence in Scottish criminal trials are criticised at the Scottish Tory Party conference.
UK winner claims £108m lottery prize
A UK ticket-holder comes forward to claim the £107.9m Euromillions jackpot - the UK's fourth biggest win ever, lottery operator Camelot says.
Thousands at breastfeeding demos
Thousands of people attend breastfeeding protests in support of a Staffordshire mother who was labelled a "tramp" for feeding her baby in public.
Woman sought over missing daughter
A mother who took her one-year-old daughter from a foster family is being sought by police, who are concerned about the pair's safety.
Controlled landslip at Dawlish
Fire crews are pumping sea water onto the cliff at Dawlish to bring down 350,000 tonnes of unstable rock and soil in a controlled landslip.
Councils urge lone person tax change
Wealthy people living alone in large homes should lose their council tax discount to fund more help for poorer families, local authorities say.
'Moronic' pub hoaxer admits guilt
A man who describes himself as "a rising star of the right-wing community" admits being behind an internet hoax about a pub banning British military personnel.
Severed penis victim to be quizzed
A man who had his penis severed two days ago in Middlesbrough is well enough to be questioned by police investigating the attack.
Olympic boxer charged with assault
Olympic boxing silver medallist Fred Evans has been arrested and charged with two counts of assault in Birmingham.
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