The Football Association is to increase the scope of its investigation into child sex abuse allegations - as another club reveals it is looking into claims about a former employee.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced a crackdown on the spread betting market amid worries of "unexpected" losses among punters and "poor conduct" by providers.
French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve has been appointed the new prime minister after Manuel Valls stepped down to focus on running for president.
Human evolution is being shaped by the number of women giving birth by caesarean section, a study has found.
Joe Biden has hinted he may run for the presidency at the next US election in 2020.
Major technology companies are joining forces to spot terrorist propaganda and prevent it spreading online.
Co-op Travel stores will soon come under the Thomas Cook brand after the mutual decided to end the joint travel shop venture.
Nigel Farage is on the shortlist for Time magazine's prestigious person of the year award.
Security is being enhanced at metro stations in Los Angeles after a "specific" threat of a terror attack close to a major Hollywood theme park.
Network Rail is to be stripped of its complete control of England's railway tracks under Government plans.
Representatives from all of the "big six" energy companies will meet face-to-face today to discuss how to tackle fuel poverty.
The Brazilian team that lost most of its players in a plane crash have been awarded the trophy they were travelling to contest when the tragedy occurred.
Theresa May is in Bahrain to "turbo-charge" the UK’s trade relationship with the Gulf region as Brexit looms.
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The White House has warned that a phone conversation between Donald Trump and Taiwan's leader could "undermine" relations between Washington and Beijing.
An executive who left BG Group months before a takeover approach from Royal Dutch Shell is being lined up to take the helm of Genel Energy, the oil company founded by former BP boss Tony Hay
Theresa May is facing a damaging Tory rebellion on Brexit in a Commons debate on Labour demands for the Government to reveal its plan for leaving the EU.
A Russian ship sailing through British waters is being shadowed by a Royal Navy frigate.
The UK financial services sector contributed £71.4bn in tax last year, according to a report by the City of London and accountants PWC.
A number of former players linked to “several” professional football clubs have claimed they were paid to keep quiet about allegations of child abuse, according to a lawyer representing
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