A top Google executive has told MPs that he understand public anger over the search giant's tax affairs, but says it pays the same tax rate as any other UK company.
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NATO is sending three warships to the sea between Turkey and Greece to crack down on those smuggling desperate people into Europe.
The publisher of The Scotsman has said it is in "late stage discussions" to buy the i - the low cost national title - from its Russian owner.
At least six children have been killed after part of a truck carrying rubble swung open and raked through their school bus.
A wild elephant which went on the rampage in a village in India has been captured.
The government's so-called snoopers' charter is necessary but needs more clarification, according to a parliamentary committee.
British Gas claims it is leading the way on cutting energy bills among the 'big six firms', announcing a 5.1% reduction on all of its gas tariffs from 16 March.
European stock markets, including the FTSE 100, have taken a fresh dive with financial and mining stocks leading the way.
North Korea has released TV footage of the launch of a rocket it says put a satellite into space.
Women are being warned to stay alert as police say they are linking three violent attacks in south London in the past few months.
The man accused of murdering a former EastEnders actress and her two sons is to be extradited from Ghana tonight.
Criminals who agree to plead guilty to their offences - even when they have little or no prospect of being acquitted - may have their sentences slashed by up to a third.
The world's second-largest mining firm, Rio Tinto, has reported an annual loss of $866m (£597m) for 2015 having posted huge profits of $6.5bn (£4.5bn) in the previous year.
Detectives investigating historical sex crimes should keep an "open mind" and not assume the claims are true, the head of the Metropolitan Police has said.
Lord Coe has declared that athletics' world governing body will not accept Nestle's move to pull out of a sponsorship deal over corruption allegations.
The head of NHS England Simon Stevens has said that his organisation is "right" to force a change in contracts on junior doctors.
A former Auschwitz guard has gone on trial in Germany accused of being implicated in the deaths of 170,000 Jews.
Pocket money should be earned, not expected, according to Dragon's Den star Sarah Willingham.
Here's a weird idea: 320 million people is quite a lot of people. Bear with me.
Cancer patients are being treated on radiotherapy machines that are well past their sell-by date, putting them at risk of serious side effects, according to research by Sky News.
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