Peter Robinson's decision to stand down could trigger the reimposition of direct rule from Westminster
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Thousands of people, most of them first-time buyers, have used the government's Help to Buy scheme
Scientists discover that the disease may have the potential to spread – but there is no cause for alarm
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Italy's top criminal court explains why Knox was acquitted for the murder of Meredith Kercher
Shane Warne says his biggest advantage at the poker table is that people assume he's stupid
Deadly Hilton explosion was just one of the attacks that scarred London during the 1970s, 80s and 90s
The world is an even stranger place than it seems if these conspiracy theories are to be believed
Eight months of deadly air raids put civilians on the front line of war
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Scopolamine 'can turn people into willing zombies' and was rumoured to have been the first 'truth serum'
David Cameron deflects calls to accept more refugees by pointing to large aid donations sent to Syria
Debunking the myths that Britain is a refugee magnet and asylum seekers are a burden on the state
Norway's move out of coal is a powerful symbol of the growing strength of movement
Company says rebrand is designed to ensure logo works across 'different screens and experiences'