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The General Medical Council launches guidelines on assisted suicide to help it decide if doctors should face a disciplinary panel on the issue.
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Chris Huhne's resignation as Energy Secretary will be a loss to the cabinet and the Lib Dems, his former parliamentary private secretary tells BBC News.
Since the introduction of the iPad almost two years ago, the education world has changed. Everyone seems to want an iPad. Administrators have them; teachers have or want them; students have or wa...
Actors should be given more prominence in TV credits that are shown at the end of programmes, according to a survey carried out by the acting union Equity.
Scottish lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone threatens to move to England if Scotland votes for independence.
Snow could cause problems on roads in Wales overnight and into Monday with up to 4in falling in some areas, the Met Office warns.
There would have been "chaos" if ministers had overruled the board of RBS over a £963,000 share bonus for its chief executive, says Cabinet Minister Iain Duncan Smith.
THE Hairy Bikers tucked into Morecambe’s meatiest pies on daytime TV last week.
Eating fried food is not bad for the heart, as long as you use olive or sunflower oil to make it, experts suspect.
A committee of MPs will investigate how to ensure Big Ben can be prevented from tilting further, after surveyors found it was leaning.
Members of the public are being invited to tweet their questions for the Education Secretary, Michael Gove.
Carmel McConnell, of charity Magic Breakfast, and Jill Kirby, a commentator on social issues for the Conservative Home discuss the growing trend of breakfast clubs in schools and explore whether they are a necessity.
Chris Fountain says that Tommy and Tina's relationship should have a big impact.
Prince William starts work as an RAF search and rescue pilot in the Falkland Islands, having arrived in the territory on a six-week routine deployment.
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Comedian Billy Connolly is criticised for ending two of his stand-up shows early in the past week due to hecklers.
Chris Huhne vows to clear his name as he resigns as energy secretary to fight a charge of perverting the course of justice relating to a 2003 speeding case.
North West ambulance crews are to share their "day-to-day working life" via Twitter.
Brokers are telling new borrowers to expect mortgage rates to see-saw in the coming months, owing to economic uncertainty.
World number one Novak Djokovic beats second seed Rafael Nadal in a five-set epic to retain his Australian Open title.
The BGT judge is said to be in a stable condition after giving birth.
Elderly people are finding it harder to make ends meet as prices rise, says a report from Age UK.
More English voters think devolution has made the way the UK is governed worse and the Welsh assembly has a negative impact, research finds.
A report for a children's charity suggests teachers are having sleepless nights worrying about victims of child neglect.
The government is defeated in the Lords in a vote on its plans for a £26,000-a-year household benefit cap for working age families.