3 April 2010: 1:04am
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Some of Europe's best known landmarks fell dark as cities worldwide switched off their lights for the global Earth Hour climate change protest.Read
The News of the World has announced it is backing the Tories in the general election - after supporting Labour in 1997, 2001 and 2005.Read
A British soldier killed in Afghanistan after a grenade was thrown from behind a wall has been named by the Ministry of Defence as Lance Corporal of Horse Jonathan Woodgate.Read
Police are investigating the death of a man in prison.Read
Friends have paid tribute to a youth killed in a stabbing incident amid fears he had been caught up in a "turf war".Read
A British soldier from 3rd Battalion The Rifles has been killed in a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said.Read
A 15-year-old boy murdered in one of Britain's busiest railway stations during rush hour was has been named by Scotland Yard as Sofyen Belamouadden.Read
The Tories have extended their lead over Labour in the aftermath of the Budget, the latest opinion poll has indicated.Read
Gordon Brown has promised to fire ministers who fail to deliver on Labour's election pledges if voters keep him in Number 10.Read
Leaders of British Airways cabin crew have warned of further strikes after Easter unless there is a breakthrough in a bitter row over cuts which sparked more industrial action this weekend.Read
Lewis Hamilton stressed he was not distracted by his recent brush with the law as he produced a lacklustre qualifying performance for the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.Read
A youth was killed and two others injured in an early morning stabbing incident, Scotland Yard said.Read
David Cameron told Tory activists they had "40 days and 40 nights" to convince the public to ditch Labour at the general election.Read
Joanna Lumley has hit out at what she claimed was a Government smear campaign that saw her accused of "deathly silence" over Gurkhas' rights.Read
Military divers plunged into the waters near South Korea's tense maritime border with North Korea to search for 46 missing marines from a naval ship that sank, but were hampered by fierce waves and high winds, officials said.Read
A 49-year-old pub landlord has appeared in court charged with murdering his 29-year-old partner.Read
Gordon Brown has promised to make his government properly accountable to voters as he set out Labour's five key election pledges.Read
The vote winner in Iraq's parliamentary elections said he wanted to negotiate with all parties to form a government that can restore Iraq's place in the Arab and Muslim world.Read
Hopes are fading for 46 sailors missing 12 hours after a South Korean navy ship sank in rough seas and bad weather following an explosion.Read
British Airways cabin crew have mounted picket lines outside airports for the second weekend in a row as another wave of industrial action began in a bitter row over jobs and cost cutting.Read
Tributes have been paid to a 15-year-old boy murdered in a suspected gang fight in one of Britain's busiest railway stations during rush hour.Read
Talks aimed at averting a crippling strike by thousands of rail workers will resume early next week as the Prime Minister voiced optimism that a row over jobs could be resolved.Read
Gordon Brown is to unveil Labour's five key election pledges as the general election campaign moves up a gear.Read
Air passengers faced four days of travel disruption after British Airways cabin crew began another strike in a bitter dispute over jobs and cost cutting.Read
Almost half of business leaders think this week's Budget will harm the economy, according to a survey by the Institute of Directors (IOD).Read
Tens of thousands of NHS workers could be sacked and thousands of hospital beds lost under plans outlined by strategic health authorities, it was reported.Read
A UK ticket holder scooped a £39.7 million jackpot in the EuroMillions draw, the National Lottery said.Read
Gordon Brown will keep Alistair Darling on as Chancellor if Labour wins the general election, the Prime Minister said.Read
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