Cuts will be so severe that Nato could classify our reduced forces not as an army, but a gendarmerie
Nuisance calls 'out of control', with one billion unwanted calls a year, says government taskforce
Cold weather expected to spread as far south as London and could last for several days
Government told to do more to achieve a hunger-free Britain by church-backed parliamentary report
Not all Christmas cards limit themselves to conventional images of the festive season
Rail fares rising by 2.2%, despite some tickets already costing the price of a family holiday
Giggles in court as barrister explains urban terminology to judge and jury during trial
The legal limit for drink-driving has been cut in Scotland, bringing it into line with other EU countries
Campaigners argue the 'sexist' rules amount to censorship and will mean woman can't be shown enjoying sex
Woman's body discovered in Avon Gorge but four-day old baby girl still missing
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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