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Sunday Times acting editor Martin Ivens apologises to the Jewish community for a Gerald Scarfe cartoon which prompted complaints of anti-Semitism.
Bottom club Queens Park Rangers hold champions Manchester City to a draw, thanks to a fantastic display from Julio Cesar.
Images from 2013's Up Helly Aa fire festival in Shetland
A man is charged with causing the deaths of a couple who were knocked off their tandem bicycle in Bristol.
A car driver dies and 15 people are injured after a crash involving a coach and a car in Carmarthenshire.
A footballer who took photos of himself and team-mates exposing themselves next to a teenager tells a court it was "boy banter".
A man from Chatham in Kent is arrested in the French town of Nimes in connection with the murder of a female jogger.
Government plans to redraw constituency boundaries before 2015, which split Tories and Lib Dems, are defeated in the House of Commons.
A veteran protester from Brighton who wants records of his political activities removed from a police database takes his case to the Court of Appeal.
A 21-year-old man is charged with the manslaughter of County Monaghan teenager Jason McGovern.
The police watchdog absolves officers of any blame after an armed robber died at a Plymouth betting shop.
Model and TV personality Alicia Douvall, who has had many cosmetic procedures, said she was encouraged to have more operations.
Nurseries and childminders in England are to be allowed to look after more children, in a package ministers say will improve quality and cut costs.
A father killed the man he blamed for causing his son's drugs overdose death before hanging himself, an inquest rules.
An investigation is launched after a soldier dies on a mountain in the Brecon Beacons.
A funfair worker who raped a 14-year-old girl after forcing her to drink alcohol has won damages at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The UK's exam system faces greater fragmentation, as qualifications in Wales will not follow changes planned for England.
Sir Alex Ferguson is charged by the Football Association over comments he made about an official after Manchester United's game at Tottenham.
The UK is to deploy about 330 military personnel to Mali and West Africa to support French forces there, Downing Street says.
The country blanketed in snow as seen from space