Palestinians accused of adopting 'Israeli tactics' by offering homes in Hebron rent-free
2015 has been a big year for Android phones – but which one is the leader of the pack?
Check any contact you are unsure of and ensure your passwords and system access are secure
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Amazon and Sky are looking to steal Netflix's crown, but how do the streaming services match up?
Bank admits costs related to the PPI misspelling scandal may spiral further
World leaders faced with mammoth task of securing a legally binding climate agreement for the first time
Sales are rising and shop closures are down, but challenges remain
The eight best video games, blasters, models and lightsabers released ahead of Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens
53 years ago today, a nuclear war between the US and USSR was narrowly averted after Khrushchev 'blinked'
Tax laws that classify tampons as 'non-essential luxury items' are illogical, sexist and outdated, say campaigners
Recent concessions on transfers from retail banks and cross-selling have been welcomed by the sector
Former KGB major claims Williams was murdered after refusing to become a double agent
From Halloween's pagan roots to modern traditions around the world
Long awaited report calls for a tax on sugary drinks and foods, but David Cameron remains opposed
The Battle of Agincourt has long been celebrated, but the French have a different perspective on its 600th anniversary
Chinese president joins royal family for Balmoral venison at a Buckingham Palace state banquet
Discovered less than two weeks ago, the Great Pumpkin will make a 'close pass' on Halloween
Humanitarian watchdog exposes multiple violations including inmates being deployed as guards.
Luxembourg and Netherlands will have to collect more tax, but could lose overseas investment