11 October 2010: 4:55am
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The mother of three children found dead in their home has been charged with their murdersRead
Hewlett Packard chief executive officer (CEO) Mark Hurd is stepping down following a sexual harassment probe that found other violations of company standards.Read
More than 30 school building projects at risk of cancellation have been given the go-ahead.Read
Dutch police have arrested a young woman on suspicion of killing three of her newborn babies shortly after their births over an eight-year period.Read
Stormy weather grounded helicopters carrying emergency supplies to Pakistan's flood-ravaged north-west on Friday as authorities said 12 million people had been affected and 650,000 houses destroyed in the disaster.Read
The daughter of the man murdered by gunman Raoul Moat has paid a poignant tribute to him.Read
Two men have been jailed after nearly derailing a 95mph train by piling concrete posts and pallets on the line, British Transport Police said.Read
A gunman who terrified staff as he carried out the UK's biggest jewellery robbery has been jailed for 23 years.Read
A joiner who was forced to give up work 15 years ago when he injured his knee has said that he can now afford an operation - after winning more than £11 million on the lottery.Read
Jack Straw is to step down from frontbench politics after 30 years, he has announced.Read
Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland has fuelled recovery hopes for the sector as it steadied the ship with a return to profit for the first half of 2010.Read
A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his girlfriend while on holiday in the Canary Islands, police have said.Read
A charity official given alleged blood diamonds by model Naomi Campbell has said he passed them on to police.Read
Masked David Cameron 'clones' have gathered at a London landmark as part of a stunt by campaigners against the cloning of animals for food production.Read
A married couple who won more than £11 million on the lottery have said they are "both in shock" after scooping the jackpot.Read
David Cameron and President Asif Ali Zardari have insisted that the relationship between Britain and Pakistan is "unbreakable" after holding talks at Chequers.Read
The number of people declared insolvent in England and Wales fell by 2.6% during the second quarter of the year, figures have shown.Read
Kate and Gerry McCann have held talks with Home Secretary Theresa May to discuss the search for their missing daughter Madeleine.Read
Pioneering surgery to rebuild an 11-year-old boy's windpipe using his own stem cells has been hailed a success as he prepares to leave hospital.Read
The family of a patient killed by an out-of-hours German locum has accused the medic of trying to silence them through a Europe-wide injunction.Read
A £224 million government database holding the records of all 11 million children in England has been scrapped.Read
Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland has scraped into the black with profits of £9 million for the first half of 2010.Read
Mass killer Jeremy Bamber has spoken of his confidence that his conviction for murdering five relatives will be overturned thanks to new evidence against his sister.Read
Motorists could be driving themselves towards "iPod oblivion", according to the AA.Read
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money meant for tackling violent extremism went to "dubious" projects, including a £200,000 grant for the BBC, campaigners have said.Read
David Cameron and Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari are set to meet for formal talks as the two leaders attempt to smooth relations following a diplomatic spat between Britain and Pakistan.Read
The search was resuming for a fisherman missing after his boat collided with a passenger ferry.Read
Post-mortem examinations are to be carried out on three children found dead in their home.Read
GPs are failing to spot dementia early enough, leaving patients without access to treatments which could help them, experts have warned.Read
The Government should consider banning strikes by workers in essential services as unions shape up to take action against spending cuts, an employers' group has suggested.Read
Patients hoping to access a new £50 million cancer drugs fund could face a postcode lottery, experts have warned.Read
Testing kits to catch motorists high on drugs could be available to police within the year, the Government has announced.Read
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