22 March 2011: 10:34pm
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Nick Clegg has said he wanted to "wring the necks" of bankers who threw Britain's economy into turmoil and forced the coalition to bring in austerity measures.Read
Hundreds of people have died after a tsunami triggered by one of the largest earthquakes on record smashed into Japan's eastern coast.Read
EU leaders have demanded that Muammar Gaddafi give up power immediately, and warned that "all necessary options" were being considered to protect Libya's civilian population.Read
Japanese authorities will release slightly radioactive vapour to ease pressure at a nuclear reactor after its cooling system failed following the massive earthquake that has hit the country.Read
Europe must be "ready to act" if the situation in Libya deteriorates, Prime Minister David Cameron has warned.Read
Two men are facing jail after they were convicted of being gunman Raoul Moat's henchmen during his murderous rampage.Read
Japan has ordered thousands of residents near a nuclear power plant in the country's north east to evacuate following a massive earthquake that caused a problem in the plant's cooling system.Read
MI5 has rejected calls from families of 7/7 bombing victims for a wide-reaching review of its working practices in the light of the attacks.Read
The Queen has sent a message of sympathy to the people of Japan following the massive earthquake which shook the country.Read
An "evil" sex cult leader who preyed on children and forced women into prostitution has been jailed, with a warning that he could be behind bars for life.Read
The family of private detective Daniel Morgan said they are devastated after his multimillion-pound murder case collapsed on the 24th anniversary of his death.Read
Europe's foreign policy chief Baroness Ashton has warned EU leaders against backing a no-fly zone over Libya.Read
A father accused of driving his car into a freezing river in an attempt to murder his two children told a jury: "They were my world."Read
A paedophile whose partner is accused of murdering their two children in a Spanish hotel has been jailed for 16 years.Read
Japan has issued a state of emergency at a nuclear power plant after its cooling system failed following the huge earthquake, the country's top government spokesman said.Read
The younger brother of a British soldier killed in a landmine blast in southern Afghanistan was one of the first on the scene after the explosion.Read
The Japanese earthquake is a "terrible reminder of the destructive power of nature", David Cameron said.Read
An earthquake measuring 8.9 on the Richter scale has rocked Japan's eastern coast, unleashing a 13ft tsunami which swept boats, cars, buildings and tons of debris miles inland.Read
A multi-millionaire fraudster is facing up to 20 years in a US jail after admitting ripping off thousands of investors in Britain's biggest "boiler room" scam.Read
Fraud, including "staged accidents", is driving up the cost of motor insurance, a report by MPs has said.Read
A British soldier from 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment who was killed in an explosion in southern Afghanistan has been named by the Ministry of Defence as Lance Corporal Stephen McKee.Read
Japan has been struck by a magnitude-8.8 earthquake off its north-east coast, triggering a four-metre tsunami that washed away cars and buildings along the coast.Read
Samantha Cameron is to join the charity Save the Children as an ambassador to support its campaign No Child Born to Die, it was announced.Read
Airline giant Virgin Atlantic has announced the creation of 450 jobs under plans to expand its fleet this year.Read
A ceremony marking the decommissioning of axed aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal is due to take place.Read
An "evil" sex cult leader who preyed on children and forced women into prostitution could be jailed for life.Read
Bereaved parents are to urge Downing Street and health bosses to improve maternity care and help stop thousands of babies dying every year.Read
EU leaders are set to demand that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi gives up power in Libya with immediate effect - just as his regime regains ground from rebel forces trying to overthrow him.Read
A massive £68 million jackpot is up for grabs in Friday night's EuroMillions draw.Read
Drivers lost almost £60 million last year by failing to appeal against unfair parking tickets, according to a survey.Read
A Government-funded helpline to support troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan is being officially launched.Read
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