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The Charity Commission is putting public faith in good causes at risk by failing to investigate abuses properly, a public spending watchdog warned.Read
The Government has shown its support for BP in a legal dispute over a ban on the oil giant winning federal contracts in the US following the Deepwater Horizon disaster.Read
Facebook and Twitter users have been warned they could be inadvertently breaking the law by commenting on court cases online.Read
There was a surprise double eviction for the I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! campmates - as dancer Vincent Simone and television presenter Matthew Wright were given the boot.Read
David Cameron has signalled he is planning further action to reward marriage through the tax system, on the eve of the expected introduction of an allowance for some married couples.Read
England's poorest teenagers have seen "stealth" cuts to grants aimed at helping them stay in education, charities have claimed.Read
Britain is seeking a formal process of dialogue with China on cyber-security, to address concerns over issues like hacking, industrial espionage, disruption of services and invasion of privacy.Read
An IRA mole in the Irish Republic's police tipped off a terrorist hit squad who murdered two of the most senior RUC men to die in the Troubles, a damning collusion report has found.Read
The NHS must do "much better" at preventing flu outbreaks, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said as he insisted badly insulated homes were only one factor behind the "disgrace" of high winter deaths.Read
Two of the most senior RUC officers murdered by the IRA in the Troubles were ambushed following a leak from a Garda station in the Irish Republic, a damning report has found.Read
Business leaders have been urged by the Home Secretary to take immediate action to tackle the "evil" of modern-day slavery.Read
An armed police officer thought one of Lee Rigby's alleged murderers was going to kill her as he ran towards marksmen waving his hands in a chopping motion, a jury has heard.Read
The bodies of the nine people who died when a police helicopter crashed into a pub are being released to their families.Read
The editor of The Guardian has told MPs his newspaper will not be intimidated by critics of his decision to publish information contained in top secret documents leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden.Read
Only 1% of intelligence files leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden have been published by The Guardian newspaper, its editor told MPs today.Read
The UK's performance in major international education rankings has stagnated, leaving the nation's teenagers lagging far behind their peers in East Asian countries such as Singapore and Japan.Read
The rise in the number of people who need food banks or who cannot afford a weekly shop "has all the signs of a public health emergency", experts have warned.Read
The Deputy Prime Minister and Scotland's First Minister have praised the solidarity and community spirit shown by Glasgow in the days following the helicopter crash which killed nine people.Read
Patients are significantly more likely to be admitted to hospital in the 10 minutes before a key target could be breached than at any other time, figures show.Read
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