5 March 2012: 4:55am
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The Sun on Sunday has launched with a pledge of "trust" and "decency".Read
Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin, who was killed in Syria, died trying to retrieve her shoes so she could escape an army bombardment, her newspaper has reported.Read
Ed Miliband is appealing to Liberal Democrat peers to join with Labour to wreck the Government's controversial NHS reforms.Read
Store chain Spar has recalled a batch of chicken chunks after the bacteria listeria was found in the products.Read
Britain is withdrawing all civilian advisers from institutions in the Afghan capital Kabul after two American officers were shot dead in the Interior Ministry.Read
More than 100,000 doctors are to be balloted on industrial action over pensions in a dramatic escalation of the bitter dispute over the Government's controversial public sector reforms.Read
The head of Britain's biggest drugs company has accused the Government of systematically delaying the introduction of new cancer drugs in order to save money.Read
The commander of Nato and US forces says that all Nato personnel are being recalled from Afghan ministries following an attack at the Interior Ministry in Kabul.Read
More than 240 people have been arrested in a huge crackdown on people flouting licensing laws, police said.Read
A lucky UK ticket-holder who won £46.4 million on the EuroMillions draw may have been identified, Camelot said.Read
An altercation at the Afghan Interior Ministry has led to the deaths of two US advisers, officials say.Read
Gunfire has erupted inside the Interior Ministry in the Afghan capital, Kabul, a police official said.Read
A car bomb outside the gate of a presidential compound in a southern Yemeni city has killed at least 25 people, a health official said, hours after the country's new president was formally inaugurated and vowed to fight al Qaida.Read
The Friends of Syria conference in Tunisia will encourage "terrorists" to shed more blood, a Syrian state-run newspaper has said.Read
At least 21 people have been killed by a car bomb outside the gate of a presidential compound in southern Yemen, a health official said.Read
Two men arrested as part of Scotland Yard's investigation into computer hacking have been bailed.Read
The head of Britain biggest drugs company has accused the Government of systematically delaying the introduction of new cancer drugs in order to save money.Read
Former South African president Nelson Mandela has been admitted to hospital with a stomach ailment.Read
Burger King has announced it has pulled out of the Government's controversial work experience scheme.Read
William Hague has said he is confident the European Union will agree further sanctions to tighten the "diplomatic and economic stranglehold" on the Syrian regime.Read
The Prime Minister's former "family champion" Emma Harrison has stepped down as the chairman of the welfare-to-work firm, A4e, which is at the centre of a police fraud investigation.Read
Double-Oscar winner Meryl Streep will be hoping to make it third time lucky this weekend as the great and the good of Hollywood gather for the Oscars.Read
Doctors' leaders are meeting to consider their next move in the bitter row over the Government's controversial pension reforms, including the possibility of a ballot for industrial action.Read
A retired British businessman extradited to the United States for alleged arms dealing is spending his first day in US custody after arriving in Texas.Read
More than £5.6 billion in cash is stashed away in the UK's homes, with one in 10 people believing their money is safer there than in a bank, the savings safety net has found.Read
Most residents are opposed to takeaways, bookies and sex shops operating in the same street, believing they can "blight" town centres, according to a new report.Read
Lights on thousands of miles of A-roads in England could be dimmed in a bid to save money and reduce carbon emissions.Read
The Church does not have the exclusive right to say who can marry, a Government minister has said, as she promised to press ahead with plans for same-sex marriages.Read
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