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How Harry Potter star grew horns

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe revealed how he listened to Radiohead to help him find his dark side for his new film Horns.

20 Oct 2014 10.05pm

Radio 1 rebuked over swearing

Radio 1 has been rebuked by watchdog Ofcom for breaching the broadcasting code with swearing during its Big Weekend.

20 Oct 2014 2.05pm

East 17 star Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and demands meeting with Prime Minister

FORMER East 17 frontman Brian Harvey was spoken to by police officers today after turning up at Downing Street and demanding to speak to the Prime ...

Mike Read defends Ukip Calypso

Former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read has defended his Ukip Calypso as "simply a bit of fun" after some listeners took offence at his mock Caribbean accent.

20 Oct 2014 3.04pm

Mike Read defends Ukip Calypso

Former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read has defended his Ukip Calypso as "simply a bit of fun" after some listeners took offence at his mock Caribbean accent.

20 Oct 2014 2.05pm

Uni staff support industrial action

University staff at a number of Scottish institutions have backed industrial action in a row over pensions.

20 Oct 2014 7.03pm

Two injured in street attack

Two men were seriously injured when they were attacked by a group of seven men, some of whom were in fancy dress.

20 Oct 2014 5.03pm

75mph winds and heavy rain forecast

Winds up to 75mph are expected to hit Scotland tomorrow as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo pass over the country.

20 Oct 2014 6.03pm

NHS workers 'concerned at staffing'

NHS employees have raised concerns about staffing levels on more than 2,500 occasions in the past year, according to figures obtained by Labour.

20 Oct 2014 6.03pm

Child poverty action 'stalls'

Scotland has lost its place as the country with the lowest levels of child poverty in the UK, a major report has found.

20 Oct 2014 5.03pm

McFadden is shadow Europe minister

Ed Miliband has moved to sharpen up Labour's message on the EU by appointing former minister Pat McFadden to his frontbench team.

20 Oct 2014 10.05pm

Victims await revenge porn ban vote

Banning revenge porn will give victims more confidence of getting justice, campaigners have said ahead of a crucial vote to make the cruel craze ...

20 Oct 2014 7.05pm

Greens lead Lib Dems in new poll

The Greens have overtaken the Liberal Democrats in the latest poll.

20 Oct 2014 10.05pm

EU imposes more sanctions on Syria

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has hailed fresh EU sanctions against the Syrian regime, describing Bashar Assad as the "cause of instability and ...

20 Oct 2014 10.05pm

Family vows to stand by Pistorius

The family of Oscar Pistorius say they will stand by the decorated Paralympian as he prepares to learn whether he will be jailed over the death of ...

20 Oct 2014 10.05pm

Photographer Burri dies aged 81

Rene Burri, the Swiss photographer who captured iconic black and white images of Communist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and artist Pablo ...

20 Oct 2014 9.05pm

Sweden continues submarine hunt

Sweden's biggest submarine hunt since the dying days of the Soviet Union has put countries around the Baltic Sea on edge.

20 Oct 2014 7.06pm

Benghazi suspect pleads not guilty

A Libyan militant has pleaded not guilty to charges arising from the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans, including US ambassador Chris ...

20 Oct 2014 7.06pm

Suspect hints at more victims

Police investigating the murder of seven women whose bodies were found in Indiana say the suspect has told them that he may have killed people going ...

20 Oct 2014 7.06pm

Report shows battle death toll

A report by Ukraine's parliament has revealed that more than 300 soldiers were killed during a weeks-long battle that marked a crushing setback in ...

20 Oct 2014 7.06pm