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Alex Salmond concedes defeat as Scotland rejects independence by 55 per cent to 45 per cent
Despite a new study linking them to diabetes, scientists still can't agree on artificial sweeteners
Chief counting officer will announce the Scottish independence referendum result to the world
Justin Welby admits he sometimes doubts the existence of God, but he is certain about Jesus
New operating system for iPhones and iPads wins plaudits, but some users report 'teething problems'
Doctors say Ford has a malignant tumour and will begin chemotherapy in the next 48 hours
DNA from crime scene fails to match two British men or Burmese migrants questioned by police
Award-winning photos that 'take your breath away' will go on show at London Zoo
Xi and Indian PM Narendra Modi face three days of talks and banquets. What will they discuss?
Dawn raids lead to 15 arrests after police receive information about 'public beheadings' in Sydney
Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal all had tough nights in the Champions League this week
Largest bounty in history offered as investigators insist 'everyone can be bought'
Minecraft developer was proud of its independence – but the tiny company couldn't take it any further
Uruguayan star said to favour 'big money' move to London ahead of Liverpool or Real Madrid
Syrian Kurds continue to flow towards the Turkish border after shelling by Islamic State militants. The US and its allies launched their first attack against IS targets inside Syria today, using fighter jets as well as long-range Tomahawk missiles.
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