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British Hostage's Friends 'In Absolute Disbelief'
Friends of the British volunteer aid worker being held by Islamic State extremists have described him as a "taxi driver with a heart of gold".
TOTP Woman Defends 'Gentleman' DJ Travis
A member of the Top Of The Pops audience has come forward to give evidence on behalf of Dave Lee Travis because she disagreed with how he had been portrayed.
Retailer Phones 4u 'Forced Into Administration'
Phones 4u stores are closed with thousands of jobs at risk after the retailer said it was being forced into administration by network operator EE's decision to join Vodafone in cutting ties with the firm.
Radicalisation Threat To All: Victim's Brother
The brother of murdered hostage David Haines has said radicalisation poses a threat to "the wholesale safety of every person in the world".
Mergers Watchdog Paves Way For 'Cable Fines'
The City's merger watchdog will on Monday pave the way for a crackdown on companies which break pledges on jobs and investment made during major corporate takeover deals.
Cameron Hardens With Pledge To 'Destroy' IS
The message from Downing Street today was one of resolve.
Queen Breaks Her Silence On Scotland's Future
The Queen has broken her silence on the Scottish referendum in a conversation with a well-wisher, Sky News understands.
Devo-Manc? Northern Cities Eye Greater Powers
In the North, the UK is stirring. The locals are fed up with Westminster control. The cry is for more powers, more freedom, more independence.
Scotland Warned Armies Don't 'Grow Overnight'
A former head of the British Army has said an independent Scotland will struggle to build a "meaningful defence capability".
PM: We Will 'Hunt Down' David Haines' Killers
David Cameron has vowed that Britain will "hunt down" those responsible for the murder of British aid worker David Haines and bring them to justice.
Widespread Revulsion Over Briton's Beheading
Politicians and community leaders have joined together to condemn the murder of British aid worker David Haines.
The Race To Swing Scotland's Undecided Club
Depending on which poll you look at there are between 7% and 23% of Scottish voters who are yet to make up their minds on independence.