Premier League footballer Ravel Morrison has been charged with assaulting two women in Manchester.
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Agent Provocateur, the upmarket lingerie chain, is being dressed up for a sale that could value it at more than £200m.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is "digging the country into a hole", argues Sol Nadia Romero.
Facebook is offering $200 (£118) to people willing to test out its new photo-messaging app Slingshot.
Border, customs and immigration staff feel unprepared to deal with people arriving in Britain who may be carrying the deadly ebola virus, a union leader has warned.
The parent company of British Gas has reported a large fall in half-year operating profit, which has been blamed on mild weather and the furore over energy bills.
Lloyds Banking Group has revealed it has set aside another £600m provision for mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).
Israel is calling up thousands more reservists to the conflict in Gaza and says it is a "few days" away from destroying Hamas's network of attack tunnels.
One of the London stock market's most prominent oil exploration companies has been rocked by a boardroom probe into unauthorised payments.
People who consistently break the law while drunk are to be forced to wear tags that can detect whether they are drinking.
The failure of negotiations between Argentina and two hedge funds has seen the country default on its debts for the second time in 13 years.
Nato is badly prepared for a potential attack by Russia on a member state, a parliamentary report has warned.
Two American volunteers have been placed in isolation amid fears they could have contracted the virus in West Africa.
Fire investigators were due to return to Eastbourne Pier this morning in a bid to find out what started a blaze that ripped through the historic landmark.
The Government has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the growing problem of modern day slavery in Britain.
NHS hospitals are so short staffed on public holidays they are paying almost £150 an hour for nurses to work, a Sky News investigation has found.
A man charged with robbing a Las Vegas casino has been wheeled into court in a restraint chair with his mouth covered by a spit mask after becoming combative.
The European Commission has published the names of eight Russians - including some of President Vladimir Putin's associates - whose assets will be frozen as part of tougher sanctions against Russia
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