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The pound falls after Bank of England policy makers find "insufficient evidence" of inflationary pressure to justify a rate rise.
Canada raises its terrorism threat level to medium - but stresses there is no specific threat - after two soldiers were attacked in Quebec.
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read requests a song he wrote in support of UKIP be withdrawn from sale following complaints it was racist.
A reburial service has been taking place in northern France for 15 British World War One soldiers, exactly one hundred years after they were killed in battle.
The World Health Organisation is to hold emergency talks in Geneva on travel restrictions and screening measures after the Ebola outbreak.
A snowplough driver at a Moscow airport says he lost his bearings before a collision with a plane that killed Total boss Christophe de Margerie.
A cover-up led to Ofsted escaping blame for its part in the Baby P scandal, according to a BBC documentary.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has publicly contradicted the head of Ofsted over whether the watchdog has the right to inspect academy chains.
New research suggests that what's known as the "knowledge economy" is growing faster in the north-east of England and Northern Ireland than anywhere else.
Michael Nichols wins Wildlife photographer of the year for his photograph of a pride of snoozing lions
Supporters of a leading anti-government cleric in Pakistan end a two-month protest in the capital which failed to unseat Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Pop group S Club 7 are to reunite for the first time in more than a decade for the BBC's Children in Need next month.
Australian playwright on media baron's rise to power
A woman is arrested in Bedfordshire on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts related to Syria, Scotland Yard says.
'Things I wish I’d known on day one'
Django Unchained's Daniele Watts, who alleged she was held by police because of racial profiling, is charged with committing a lewd act in public.
US rules requiring air passengers from the three West African countries worst hit by Ebola to travel via one of five airports come into effect.
The head of the public inquiry into historical sex abuse should step down, a lawyer representing victims tells the BBC.
Home Retail Group says that store closures at Homebase will be accelerated, with the number of outlets cut by 25% by 2019.
South Korea takes down a "Christmas tree" tower on the border with North Korea, but says it was for safety reasons not to appease the North.