Nigella Lawson has admitted in court to using cocaine and spoke of the "intimate terrorism" she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband Charles Saatchi.
David Cameron has admitted finding the process for infrastructure development in the UK "frustrating", as the Government said the value of projects in the pipeline was now worth £375 billion.
There would be no economic recovery without the Liberal Democrats, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg claimed today.
Journalists from the BBC told a witness who described the shooting of Mark Duggan as an "execution" that police would "really want to talk" to him, an inquest into the death of the 29-year-old has heard.
Lawyer of accused woman says she will tell trial that glasses were not activated while she was driving.
Carol Vorderman is one step closer to realising her dream of flying solo around the world - after winning her pilot's licence today.
The police officer at the centre of the Plebgate row is to sue former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
Ailing former South African President Nelson Mandela is not "doing well" but is continuing to put up a courageous fight from his "deathbed," his family have said.
Hezbollah says one of its commanders has been killed outside his home in Beirut.
A post-mortem shows Fast & Furious star Paul Walker was killed in a car crash by the combined effects of the impact and subsequent fire.
Argentina's second largest city has been rocked by waves of looting and robberies after police went on strike for higher pay .
A solution to Ukraine's political turmoil is remaining elusive with thousands of people continuing to gather on Kiev's Independence Square and besiege key government buildings.
The driver whose speeding commuter train derailed along a curve, killing four people, nodded off at the controls before the crash, it has emerged.
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