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Met Police 'investigating second Kevin Spacey sex assault claim'
Police in the UK are reportedly investigating a second alleged sexual assault by actor Kevin Spacey, dating back to 2005.
Ratko Mladic: 'Evil Butcher of Bosnia' guilty of genocide
A former Bosnian Serb general has been called the "epitome of evil" after he was convicted of a string of crimes including genocide by a UN tribunal.
Meet Daeshgram: The Iraqi hackers using Islamic State's propaganda against them
Islamic State pioneered modern online propaganda but their own techniques are now being turned against them to cause mistrust.
The Autumn Budget 2017: All the key points at a glance
The key announcements from Chancellor Philip Hammond:
Budget 2017: Chancellor's stamp duty giveaway 'will push up house prices'
The Chancellor has given first-time buyers a boost by abolishing stamp duty on homes up to £300,000 in his Autumn Budget.
Indie Spirit Awards are now the best Oscar predictors
With awards season in full force, Oscar predictions have grown increasingly dependent on a previously inconspicuous gong.
Budget 2017: Jeremy Corbyn says Britain 'let down' by Government
Jeremy Corbyn has branded the Government "no longer fit for office" as he attacked a lack of action in the Budget.
Defecting North Korean soldier shot five times as he runs towards South
Footage has been released of a North Korean defector coming under fire as he makes a break to cross the heavily fortified border into the South.
David Cassidy, 1970s teen idol and The Partridge Family star, dies
David Cassidy, whose role in the 1970s show The Partridge Family earned him teen heart-throb status, has died aged 67.
Joe Root says England are coping well with Australia's 'external noise' ahead of first Ashes Test
Joe Root is proud of how his players are dealing with the "external noise" in Australia and feels relaxed ahead of his first Ashes series as England captain.
Primodos report 'questionable' and 'irresponsible,' says expert
A leading expert in embryo development has challenged the findings of a Government commissioned report into the pregnancy test drug Primodos.
David Haye can battle back to fitness one more time after latest injury blow, says Johnny Nelson
Johnny Nelson trained alongside David Haye, just days before his latest injury setback, and the Sky Sports expert is hopeful the rematch with Tony Bellew can still happen.
Silvio Berlusconi goes to European court to reverse ban on holding public office
Disgraced former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is attempting to persuade a European court to allow him to run again for office.
Energy bills dealt 'bad hand' by Hinkley nuclear deal - MPs' report
The Government has been accused of "blinkered determination" to secure the country's first new nuclear power station in a generation at any price.
Thomas Cook shares take a dive as UK profits fall 40%
Thomas Cook shares plunged 13% on opening after the holiday firm reported a series of costs had taken a toll on UK earnings.