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Fan booked wedding to Schofield

This Morning host Phillip Schofield has revealed that he was once saddled with the bill for a wedding arranged by an eccentric fan who wanted to tie ...

28 Nov 2014 1.08am

Vinyl sales soar past million mark

Annual sales of vinyl albums have soared past the million mark for the first time in 18 years - buoyed by veteran rock act Pink Floyd.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Singing gets on my nerves: Sykes

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! contender Jake Quickenden certainly does not have the X Factor as far as his camp mate Melanie Sykes is ...

27 Nov 2014 10.49pm

Kay answers call for Comic Relief

Comic Peter Kay has confirmed he is to bring back his hugely successful creation Phoenix Nights for a pair of live shows for Comic Relief.

27 Nov 2014 6.06pm

Actress Linda Henry to stand trial

EastEnders actress Linda Henry is to stand trial accused of racially aggravated harassment outside a Jamie Oliver restaurant.

27 Nov 2014 6.06pm

Clutha report expected by mid-2015

The final report into the Clutha helicopter crash is expected to be published by the middle of next year, air accident investigators have said.

28 Nov 2014 1.18pm

The National to become permanent

A new Scottish newspaper supporting independence is to become a permanent fixture after a successful trial.

28 Nov 2014 10.04am

Man faces waiter killing retrial

A man cleared of the murder of a waiter more than 15 years ago can be tried again under double jeopardy legislation, judges have ruled.

28 Nov 2014 1.18pm

2017 completion for Aberdeen bypass

A controversial city bypass will be completed ahead of schedule, transport bosses confirmed as they said construction on the £745 million project was ...

28 Nov 2014 12.03pm

Police manage Black Friday crowds

Police had to be called to manage crowds in supermarkets as hundreds of customers flocked to midnight sales on Black Friday.

28 Nov 2014 10.04am

Two children being tested for Ebola

Two children are being tested for Ebola after arriving in the UK from Africa, Public Health England has said.

28 Nov 2014 6.48am

London 'world leader in FinTech'

London is leading the world in developing financial technology just as it did in financial services, Boris Johnson has said on a tour in the Far ...

28 Nov 2014 6.48am

Sex abuse gang face sentence

Seven Somali men who were part of an inner city sex ring that involved the abuse, rape and prostitution of teenage British girls will be sentenced ...

28 Nov 2014 6.48am

Nine die in attacks around Baghdad

Two bombings and a shooting have killed nine people around the Iraqi capital, authorities said.

28 Nov 2014 1.21pm

Team given time to mourn Hughes

As tributes were springing up around the country to commemorate Phillip Hughes, the Australian cricketers were being given time to mourn a team-mate ...

28 Nov 2014 8.06am

Gunman dead after Texas shootings

A gunman suspected of opening fire on several city centre buildings and a police headquarters in Texas has died after being shot, authorities said.

28 Nov 2014 1.21pm

Russian warships in English Channel

The Russian defence ministry says its warships have entered the English Channel to wait out a storm following a week of manoeuvres in the North Sea.

28 Nov 2014 11.24am

Warnings as Japanese volcano erupts

A volcano in southern Japan is blasting out chunks of magma in the first such eruption in 22 years, causing flight cancellations and prompting ...

28 Nov 2014 8.06am