14 February 2010: 6:42pm
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A seven-year-old boy raised more than £60,000 to help survivors of the Haitian earthquake after seeing images of children being pulled alive from the rubble.Read
Billy Bragg will step up his bid to stop "excessive" bonuses at the Royal Bank of Scotland with a speech in Hyde Park, he has said.Read
A British soldier has been killed by an explosion while on foot patrol in Afghanistan.Read
A seven-year-old boy raised more than £50,000 to help survivors of the Haitian earthquake after seeing images of children being pulled alive from the rubble.Read
The parents of one of the boys who was sadistically tortured by two young brothers have said they are considering legal action after hearing about how various agencies failed to stop their son's tormentors earlier.Read
Politicians and campaigners have broadly welcomed proposals to widen the 'Sarah's Law' sex offender alert scheme across England and Wales.Read
Bookies have suspended betting on the date of the general election after a Cabinet minister appeared to let slip that it would be May 6.Read
Ilford is Britain's "luckiest town" with more lottery winners per person than any other postcode, figures have shown.Read
David Miliband has made clear that accusations of "class war" will not force Labour to give up its portrayal of David Cameron's Conservatives as the party of privilege.Read
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to meet his Irish counterpart Brian Cowen at 10 Downing Street for talks on the situation in Northern Ireland, it was announced.Read
Foreign Secretary David Miliband has warned that the danger of a terrorist attack "remains very real" and Britain should be "extremely vigilant".Read
Cash-strapped Afghanistan has postponed parliamentary elections planned for May 22 until the autumn.Read
Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden has issued a new audio message claiming responsibility for the Christmas day bombing attempt in Detroit and vowed further attacks.Read
A man has been rescued alive from the rubble of a hotel 11 days after the Haitian earthquake - despite the country's government declaring the search for survivors over.Read
A seven-year-old boy has raised more than £7,000 to help survivors of the Haitian earthquake.Read
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to insist that "active government" can help Britain weather the recession, keep unemployment down and provide a fair and prosperous society for the future.Read
Seventeen people have been arrested and at least four police officers injured during a demonstration by the English Defence League, police said.Read
The last words of the teenage soldier who was the 250th member of the British armed forces to be killed during the Afghanistan conflict were to tell his mother he loved her.Read
The Home Office said the country's increased terror threat level would not cause "any discernible difference" for the public amid speculation the move was linked to a suicide bomb plot.Read
Explosive evidence showing the Government was "clearly advised" the Iraq war was illegal will be disclosed at the Chilcot inquiry just days before Tony Blair gives evidence, it has been reported.Read
Chancellor Alistair Darling has signalled that generous pay and bonus packages for top public sector posts will have to be reduced to preserve jobs.Read
The Conservatives have stepped up pressure on Children's Secretary Ed Balls to publish a report into the Edlington torture case.Read
Evidence relating to the death of Government weapons inspector David Kelly is to be kept secret for 70 years, it has been reported.Read
The parents of the teenage soldier who was the 250th member of the British armed forces to die during the Afghanistan conflict have paid tribute to their "hero" son.Read
The Home Office has been unable to confirm reports that Islamic terrorists had trained female suicide bombers to attack Western targets.Read
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