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GP failings exposed by inspectors
Inspectors reveal a catalogue of failings at some GP practices in England with drugs stored incorrectly and rooms so dirty they had maggots.
Review of 'legal highs' launched
A new review of "legal highs" could lead to sweeping changes to UK drug legislation, the Home Office says.
Enormous earthquakes 'unrecorded’
The Earth could have been struck by many more huge earthquakes in its recent history than was previously thought, scientists say.
Rent arrears fastest-growing problem
Rent arrears are becoming the fastest-growing debt problem in the UK, according to the Money Advice Trust.
Australia court bans gay marriage
Australia's High Court has overturned legislation allowing gay marriage in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Mental health trusts face funding cut
Mental health trusts In England have had their funding cut by more than 2% in real terms over the past two years, figures show.
US considers sanctions against Ukraine
The US state department says it is considering all options, including sanctions, towards Ukraine after riot police moved in on protesters.
Government 'loses £13bn to fraud'
Figures suggesting £13.2bn was written off by the government in 2011 due to fraud, errors and legal claims are "staggering", says a committee of MPs.
Pair charged over '£1m cyber theft'
Two people from London are charged over the suspected theft of £1m from two banks.
Doctors given new coma guidelines
All patients in a coma or vegetative state should have access to specialist care, according to new guidelines.
Senate aide arrested for child porn
A top Republican senator's chief of staff is arrested on suspicion of possession and distribution of child pornography, the US authorities say.
Mandela to be remembered in London
Politicians, musicians and artists are to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela at a special event in Westminster.
Cave holds stunning tsunami clues
A cave on the northwestern coast of Sumatra holds a remarkable record of big tsunamis in the Indian Ocean stretching back thousands of years.
'Danger at the GP's' - front pages
Suggestions one in three GP surgeries fails basic standards lead many papers, while the Daily Star calls John Terry "Scrooge" for visiting a pound shop.
'Father Christmas' votes in Commons
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls rushes from a children's Christmas party to vote in the House of Commons, dressed as Father Christmas, according to MPs.
Grades 'more nature than nurture'
Genetic influence explains almost 60% of the variation in GCSE exam results, twin studies suggest.
Napoli 2-0 Arsenal
Arsenal qualify for the Champions League knockout stages as Group F runners-up despite losing 2-0 at Napoli.
Australia under pressure - Gilchrist
Australia's lack of Ashes-winning experience may affect the third Test, according to former wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist.
Chelsea 1-0 Steaua Bucharest
Chelsea top Champions League Group E as Demba Ba scores the only goal in a comfortable win over Steaua Bucharest.
Barcelona 6-1 Celtic
Celtic equal their heaviest European defeat in their Group H loss to Barcelona as forward Neymar hits a hat-trick.
Butler appeals against five-year ban
Trainer Gerard Butler lodges an appeal against a five-year ban for injecting racehorses with banned drugs.
RBS fined $100m by US regulators
The Royal Bank of Scotland is fined $100m by US regulators for violating US sanctions against Iran, Sudan, Burma, and Cuba.
AUDIO: Royal Mail 'shoo-in' to FTSE 100
Richard Morley, an investment manager at Brewin Dolphin, discusses Royal Mail's promotion to the FTSE 100.
PM warns MPs' pay body on 11% hike
David Cameron has warned the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority not to press ahead with its proposals to increase MPs' pay by 11%.
VIDEO: Bongo drums on MEP Christmas card
While some politicians play it safe with their Christmas cards, Godfrey Bloom nods to his notorious 'slut' comment about women cleaning behind the fridge for his festive greeting.
G8 pledges to beat dementia scourge
Leading nations have committed to developing a cure or treatment for dementia by 2025 at the G8 dementia summit.
VIDEO: 'He's not going to know who I am'
Viv Galley, whose husband Bill has advanced Alzheimer's disease, had told the BBC her story.
'Bring back tests at seven and 14'
National curriculum tests for 14-year-old in England's school should be reintroduced, says the chief inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw.
VIDEO: Union critical of free school spending
As the National Audit Office reports on the cost of the free schools programme, Natalie Evans and Avis Gilmour debate the value of the free schools project.
Online spending up by 16%
There has been a rise of 16% in the amount we spend online, according to the latest data from Ofcom.
VIDEO: Spotify 'not worried' by competition
As Spotify announces plans to let mobile and tablet users stream music for free, co-founder Daniel Ek says he is not worried about competition.
Satellite detects Antarctic ice loss
West Antarctica continues to lose ice to the ocean and this loss appears to be accelerating, according to new data from Europe's Cryosat spacecraft.
AUDIO: Supervolcano eruption 'would affect the world'
Dr James Farrell from the University of Utah discusses the supervolcano that lies beneath Yellowstone National Park in the US.
Sam Smith wins Brits Critics' Choice
Singer-songwriter Sam Smith wins the Brits Critics' Choice award, which will be presented during next year's nominations.
VIDEO: Oscar hopes for American Hustle
Amy Adams, Christian Bale and Bradley Cooper star in the black comedy American Hustle.
Marcus Brigstocke's New Year resolutions
Actor and comedian Marcus Brigstocke asks why we need to wait until January to "get up off our lazy bums" and change our ways.
10 dangerous things in Victorian/Edwardian homes
The late Victorians and the Edwardians lived through a bold age of innovation which altered life at home in profound ways - sometimes not for the best.
Killer Cregan 'given police help'
Double police-killer Dale Cregan was assisted to stay on the run by a police call handler and his mother, a court hears.
'Missed chance' over toddler's death
A serious case review into the death of an Oxfordshire toddler reveals a "missed chance" to address his circumstances.
Class sizes on increase in P1-3
The average class size for Scottish pupils in primary years one to three increases to more than 23, according to official figures.
Funeral for police helicopter victim
A requiem mass is held for PC Kirsty Nelis, who died in the police helicopter crash at the Clutha bar in Glasgow.
Abuse inquiries' powers questioned
Assembly members question how effective two child sexual exploitation inquiries can be without statutory powers.
NI society work in progress: Major
Former prime minister John Major says the task of building a normal society in Northern Ireland "is a work in progress".
Liver care deaths referred to police
The deaths of patients following liver surgery at a Cardiff hospital have been referred to South Wales Police.
Two-week industrial unit fire out
A huge blaze at a Vale of Glamorgan industrial estate is out after burning for over two weeks.
Thousands file past Mandela's body
South Africans queue in their thousands to view the body of former President Nelson Mandela, which is lying in state for three days.
Brotherhood trial halted in Egypt
Egyptian judges for the second time halt the trial of several leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, after they refuse to stop disrupting proceedings.
Australia PM holds Toyota talks
Australia's government is holding talks with Toyota as it looks to convince the firm to continue manufacturing cars there.
Unicef: 230m children 'do not exist'
The UN children's charity, Unicef, says 230m children worldwide have not had their births registered, making them vulnerable to neglect or abuse.
EU 'must stop paying Gaza officials'
European auditors say the EU should stop paying the salaries of thousands of Palestinian civil servants in the Gaza Strip who are not going to work.
Pope named Time's Person of the Year
Time Magazine names Pope Francis as its Person of the Year, saying he has pulled "the papacy out the palace and into the streets".
UN: Uruguay marijuana move 'illegal'
Uruguay's decision to legalise the production, sale and consumption of marijuana violates international law, the UN drugs watchdog says.
Mexico moves to open oil resources
Mexico's Senate approves a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years.
US and UK suspend Syria rebel aid
The US and UK suspend "non-lethal assistance" to rebels in northern Syria - but not humanitarian aid - after an Islamist alliance seizes FSA bases.
Syrian refugees hit by Lebanon storm
The UN is "extremely concerned" for Syrian refugees in Lebanon as a winter storm brings snow, high winds and freezing temperatures to the country.
US healthcare enrolment 'triples'
Healthcare websites established under President Obama's health law enrolled twice as many people in November as the month before, the US says.
Dead US marine's 'heart missing'
The parents of a dead US marine whose body was returned from Greece missing its heart sue the US Department of Defense and the Greek government.
In pictures: Kiribati, Cook Is. & Tonga
The journey in the Pacific Islands
Day in pictures: 11 December 2013
24 hours of news photos: 11 December
In pictures: Kashmir's 'half-widows'
Women whose husbands disappeared in Kashmir
In pictures: Tidal surge aerial view
An aerial view of Norfolk coast
In pictures: The Art of Building 2013
Shortlisted entries for this year's competition
Day in pictures: 10 December 2014
24 hours of news photos: 10 December
Week in pictures: 30 November - 6 December 2013
Photos from around the world
In pictures: Prayers for Mandela
Mandela is remembered in church services
VIDEO: House of Commons
David Cameron and Ed Miliband condemn plans to award MPs an 11% pay increase.
VIDEO: Drugs, death and DIY hip hop in Houston
Houston Rap chronicles the rise of a unique hip hop sound and the troubled but proud inner city communities the rappers come from.
VIDEO: Judges allow Scientology wedding
A woman who wants to marry in a Church of Scientology chapel wins her Supreme Court challenge.
VIDEO: Pop-up health clinic on a motorbike
A motorbike ambulance and pop-up clinic that can be used to reach remote villages in developing countries have been on show at the World Innovation Summit for Health.
VIDEO: Protesters fortify barricades in Kiev
Police in Ukraine have abandoned attempts to clear anti-government protesters from the capital Kiev.
VIDEO: Georgian MPs brawl in parliament
A session of the Georgian parliament has descended into a brawl over a "gesture" allegedly made by one member.
VIDEO: PM on selfie: Only polite to say yes
David Cameron explained his role in a "selfie" photograph at Tuesday's memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa, which has caused newspaper headlines.
VIDEO: 'Lost' Sellers films get screening
Two rare films starring Peter Sellers just before he became an international star will be publically screened in 2014, for the first time in more than 50 years.
VIDEO: Scotland's killer avalanches explained
A documentary explains why avalanches caused so many deaths and accidents in the Scottish mountains last winter.
10 ways people spent their money last year
Which part of the UK blows the most on gambling?
A tale of three murderers
Three murderers, three different sentences. Why?
Bank fines go to good causes after rule change
Where does the money from bank fines go?
Dementia: Five priorities
What research areas could help transform dementia treatment?
The 12 cyber-scams of Christmas
How to thwart those trying to catch you out over Christmas
Child 'training' book triggers backlash
Why a US book on child discipline has provoked a storm
VIDEO: Eerie world of a mannequin factory
Inside the weird world of a mannequin factory
A world named after Mandela
The roads, parks, bus stops and bars named after the late leader
MPs duck out of The Duck House
MPs give wide berth to West End expenses satire
Why India's gay community is in shock
Why India's gay community is in shock
Will China expel foreign journalists?
Is Beijing poised to expel major US news outlets?
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