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Michael Gove has told Sky News it "was a mistake" for him to run for Prime Minister after dropping his backing for Boris Johnson.
The heartbroken parents of a teenager left in a critical condition after being stabbed have released a photo of him in intensive care to show the "devastating" impact of knife crime.
Barclays has set aside another £600m to meet compensation claims for the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) in its third quarter.
The UK economy grew by 0.5% in the three months after the Brexit vote, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.
A relative of former England football star Steven Gerrard, who was on a "Most Wanted" list, has given himself up.
Third quarter GDP figures due out later are expected to show the UK has managed to avoid a major economic slowdown following the Brexit vote.
There is a strong link between increased benefits sanctions and a rise in food bank use, according to a new report.
The CBI has published a wish-list of actions it hopes the Chancellor will follow as he makes his first Autumn Statement next month.
UKIP's Mike Hookem has again denied claims that he punched fellow MEP Steven Woolfe in the face and pushed him to the floor.
Labour attempted to exploit Tory divisions over leaving the EU by accusing Theresa May of plotting a "bankers' Brexit".
Candice Brown declared winner of BBC's final Bake Off series
Candice Brown has been crowned champion of the Great British Bake Off, which aired for the last time on the BBC tonight.
Dad faces jail over child's force-feeding death
A man is facing jail for killing his three-year-old son by force-feeding him a mixture of bread and cereal.