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Reliability now key as British driver reclaims lead in the drivers championship after Rosberg retires
Thousands of demonstrators hold anti-war rallies in Moscow and other cities across Russia
Former PM joins calls for UK to consider deploying the army to fight Islamic State
Kim Kardashian, Avril Lavigne and Mary-Kate Olsen all targeted in second batch of private images
Comedy legend Joan Rivers praises Apple devices on day of iPhone 6 sale, two weeks after her death
Chilcot Inquiry into Britain’s role in Iraq War is to publish its report. Can PM make it work for him?
Scotland Yard took four days to ask Latvia for help in search for convicted murderer Arnis Zalkalns
Arsenal and Man City provide the spine of the team with help from West Brom and West Ham
United's failings exposed by Leicester as Van Gaal's side are humiliated by newly-promoted Foxes
Authorities say three-day lockdown was a success and helped prevent spread of disease
With Marine Le Pen threatening to beat Hollande, John Gaffney gives a cautious welcome to Sarkozy
After promising Scotland more powers, PM needs to reach a fair constitutional settlement for UK
A bloody incident with a journalist on the football pitch sets the tone for Ed Balls’s conference address
Protesters including politicians and celebrities warn climate change is 'biggest threat humanity has faced'
With the UN summit on climate change set to begin in New York this week, thousands of people took to the streets around the world over the weekend, calling on world leaders to commit to major political and economic measures to tackle climate change.
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