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The outgoing governor of the Bank of England has warned that George Osborne's plan to boost the housing market is "too close for comfort" to the US mortgage guarantee schemes that triggered the financial crisis.
A tearful David Beckham has received a standing ovation as he left the pitch in what appeared to be his final game as a professional footballer.
The co-chairman of the Conservative Party has denied calling grassroots activists "mad swivel-eyed loons".
The grandmother of a British girl who drowned in a swimming pool in Egypt has questioned why lifeguards were not on hand to save her life.
A way to stop smoking, or an encouragement to start?
Michael Gove faced a hostile reception from headteachers hours after they passed a landmark vote of no confidence in the Government's school reforms.
To have a chance of winning this year's Eurovision Song Contest, British hope Bonnie Tyler will have to outperfom the hot favourites from Denmark.
Stoke City FC have launched an investigation into a bizarre incident involving a pig's head in a player's locker.
Sir Roger Carr, the President of the CBI, has emerged as the leading candidate to chair defence contractor BAE Systems.
Police have identified a number of suspects in the case of missing Madeleine McCann, Scotland Yard has disclosed.