Concerns over whether Britain can power itself as second plant in a month announces it will close down
Mum asked social media for help with son's question and was floored by response
Burmese men have retracted confessions and deny murder of backpackers David Miller and Hannah Witheridge
Only nine of 2013 title-winning squad now remain at Old Trafford as Louis van Gaal targets 'world class' signings
President Xi Jinping announces army to be cut by 300,000 and says China has no expansionist aims
Interactive map aims to give users a new perspective on the port city of Onomichi
The Serbian tennis star gets down with a fan at the US Open, but it's not the first time he's danced for a crowd
Supermarket follows vow to use only British milk in yoghurts with premium price pledge on cheese
Standard & Poor's downgrades stock outlook to negative amid commodities slump
Two children are paralysed after contracting polio because vaccination rates are dangerously low
BBC 2 controller Kim Shillinglaw says new show will be 'really different' without Jeremy Clarkson
Health Secretary wants one in four smartphone users to be able to link up directly with the NHS by 2017
Carbuncle Cup winner described as 'gratuitous gargoyle' and a 'literal diagram of greed'
Years of economic blockades and military assaults have left 'most of the population destitute'
Former Spurs boss says Reds will not finish in the top five and are lucky to have any points so far this season
Biggest menu change in years is aimed at helping turn around a sales slump
Leaked files reportedly reveal Ecuadorians' unusual ideas to get WikiLeaks founder out of embassy
Could the rapid growth in Artificial Intelligence put skilled jobs in jeopardy?
Two 24-hour London Underground strikes due to take place next week have been called off