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General election: Labour manifesto pledges to increase public sector pay by 5%
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to increase public sector pay by 5% if Labour wins the election.
Alex Salmond accused of lying naked on woman and trying to rape her
Scotland's former first minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court charged with 14 counts of sexual assault against 10 women, including an attempted rape inside his official residence.
Another annus horribilis? Why 2019 has been a bad year for the Queen
It's been a bad year for the monarchy.
16 people discovered in sealed lorry trailer on Cherbourg-Rosslare ferry
Sixteen people have been found alive in a sealed trailer attached to a lorry on a ferry sailing from Cherbourg in France to Rosslare in Ireland.
Rail strikes over Christmas: Chaos as almost a month of rail strikes to hit commuters and shoppers
Rail commuters are to be hit by almost a month of strikes across the Christmas period after talks to avert them broke down.
'Norovirus' outbreak at Lego brick show being investigated
The organisers of a Lego event in Bristol have said they are "devastated" after a number of people who attended the show reported coming down with a norovirus-like sickness bug.
White House: Unauthorised vehicle tried to enter complex - US secret service
A suspect has been detained after an unauthorised vehicle tried to enter the White House complex, the US secret service said.
Jesus He Knows Me: Huge church statue in Mexico is Phil Collins lookalike
Could Phil Collins actually be the incarnation of God on earth?
'Hyper-realistic' masks fool a fifth of people, say researchers
Modern "hyper realistic" masks can be so convincing that people often can't distinguish them from a real face, say researchers.
Al Pacino says he has 'perverse' habit of starring in bad films
Al Pacino says he is getting "a little perverse" and developing "a bad habit" of staring in bad films.