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Clegg: no change on economy plans

The Government will "absolutely not change course" in its plans to tackle the deficit, Nick Clegg says.Read

EU vote 'not in national interest'

David Cameron's EU referendum promise is "not in the national interest" and risks derailing the fragile UK economy, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has warned.Read

Flood alerts as the snow melts

More than 200 flood alerts are in place across the UK as heavy rain mixed with melting snow marks the latest weather battle.Read

Murdered officer to be remembered

Prayers will be said at masses across the Irish Republic for murdered police officer Adrian Donohoe.Read

'Worrying signs' of delays to HS2

There are "worrying signs" the Government's controversial HS2 high-speed rail project will suffer delays, Labour has said.Read

Armed robber's gun may be fake

An armed robber who collapsed and died after being disarmed and pinned down by customers in a bookies may have been wielding an imitation gun, police have said.Read

'No consensus' on safe drink limits

Little agreement exists between countries on what is considered safe or sensible alcohol consumption, a comparison of drinking guidelines by British researchers has found.Read

French forces 'retake' Mali airport

French and Malian troops have regained control of the airport and bridge of the northern city of Gao.Read

Murray looks to claim second slam

Andy Murray will look to claim his second grand slam title on Sunday morning when he faces Novak Djokovic in the final of the men's singles event at the Australian Open tennis championship.Read

Tory MP 'backed' to be next leader

MP Adam Afriyie has emerged as a surprise contender to be the next Conservative Party leader if David Cameron fails to deliver a majority at the 2015 general election.Read

MP apologises for Israel criticism

A Liberal Democrat MP facing disciplinary action after accusing "the Jews" of atrocities against Palestinians has issued a public apology for causing "unintended offence".Read

Suu Kyi 'fond' of Burmese army

Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has said she is still "fond" of the country's army despite it putting her under house arrest for 15 years.Read

Relative of Guy Fawkes joins Ukip

The UK Independence Party has hailed the recruitment of a man with family connections to Guy Fawkes - with leader Nigel Farage saying it shows "the blood of rebellion still runs in his veins".Read

EU vote pledge boosts Conservatives

David Cameron's pledge of an in/out referendum on EU membership if the Tories win the next general election appears to have secured the party a significant boost in the polls.Read

Harry played tea boy in Afghan base

He may be third-in-line to the throne, an army captain and responsible for attack helicopters worth £45 million, but Prince Harry was not exempt from making the tea in Afghanistan.Read

Man held over flag demonstrations

Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a 42-year-old man after a protest linked to the Union flag controversy.Read

EU vote pledge wins poll support

David Cameron's pledge of an in/out referendum on EU membership if the Tories win the next general election appears to have secured the party a significant boost in the polls.Read

MP apologises for Palestine comment

A Liberal Democrat MP facing disciplinary action after accusing "the Jews" of atrocities against Palestinians has issued a public apology for causing "unintended offence".Read

Flood alerts as snow starts to melt

The blanket of snow covering much of Britain is finally giving way to a rapid thaw, bringing the risk of flooding for parts of the country, forecasters said.Read

Britain condemns violence in Egypt

Britain has called for "maximum restraint" and strongly condemned violence in Egypt after two days of clashes left 38 people dead.Read

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