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Band Aid 30 Single At Number One In Charts

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Band Aid 30's single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" has gone straight to number one in the UK charts.

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MI5 Spared Major Criticism Over Rigby Killing

The murder of soldier Lee Rigby was random and largely unpreventable, a major year-long investigation is set to reveal.

Taxi Apps Price War Sees Fares Slashed

A price war has broken out among taxi booking apps, forcing firms to slash fares in half in the run-up to Christmas.

Nicole Kidman 'Always Happy To Play Bad Girl'

Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, who stars as a villain in the new Paddington Bear film, has said she is happy to play "the bad girl".

Charing Cross Station Evacuated After Fire

London's Charing Cross was evacuated this morning while firefighters dealt with a fire on a train.

Police To Get New Internet Data Powers

Police are to get extra powers to force internet firms to hand over details that could help identify terrorists and paedophiles.

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Private Schools 'Charge Too Much' For Rich Brits

The headteacher of a top private school has said some are pricing out wealthy British families - and have become little more than "finishing schools for the children of oligarchs".

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Lily Allen Rejected Band Aid 'Success Club'

Lily Allen has said she rejected an offer to appear on the new Band Aid 30 record because she thinks the project is "a bit smug".

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Emotional Abuse To Be Made A Criminal Offence

Home Secretary Theresa May is expected to announce new powers which will put psychological abuse on a par with physical violence.

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Families Lash Out At 'Rude' Consular Staff

Bereaved families of Britons who have died abroad have criticised Foreign Office staff for their lack of sensitivity, compassion and competence.

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MI5 Spared Major Criticism Over Rigby Killing

The murder of soldier Lee Rigby was random and largely unpreventable, a major year-long investigation is set to reveal.

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Taxi Apps Price War Sees Fares Slashed

A price war has broken out among taxi booking apps, forcing firms to slash fares in half in the run-up to Christmas.

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