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I appeal to the uncool kids says Ed

Chart-topping star Ed Sheeran believes the secret to his success is that he appeals to young fans who feel they do not fit in.

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Band Aid 30 storms to top spot

Band Aid 30's Do They Know It's Christmas? - which features a host of stars - stormed to the top of the singles chart today.

23 Nov 2014 7.49pm

Sting boosts ailing Broadway show

Sting is hoping his star power can plug up a leaky ship on Broadway.

24 Nov 2014 3.05pm

Five acts remain as Ritchie departs

Call centre worker Stevi Ritchie has become the latest contestant to leave The X Factor, leaving just five acts to battle it out to be champion.

24 Nov 2014 1.05am

Backshall battered by Strictly

Steve Backshall said Strictly Come Dancing has taken its toll upon his physique.

24 Nov 2014 1.05am

Submarines to be based at Faslane

Two of the Royal Navy's Trafalgar Class submarines are being moved to the Clyde naval base from their current site in Plymouth, the Defence ...

24 Nov 2014 6.03pm

Body found in search for teenager

Police searching for a missing teenager have found a body in a stretch of water.

24 Nov 2014 1.03pm

Tributes to 'exceptional' Marine

The funeral of an "outstanding" and "exceptional" Royal Marine who died while out running in the hills has taken place.

24 Nov 2014 6.03pm

Shot banker's family in new appeal

The family of a father-of-two shot dead on his own doorstep 10 years ago has urged anyone with information to contact police as a £5,000 reward is ...

24 Nov 2014 4.03pm

C.diff deaths report sparks apology

Scotland's new Health Secretary and bosses of the country's largest health board have both apologised after an inquiry into a deadly Clostridium ...

24 Nov 2014 3.03pm

Inquiry call over obesity death

Mental health charities have called for an independent inquiry following the death of a "beautiful young woman and daughter" who reached 26st in ...

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Clegg rules out coalition with Ukip

Nick Clegg has ruled out ever joining a coalition government alongside Ukip, saying it had been "difficult enough" finding common ground with the ...

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

MPs 'need to get out on doorsteps'

Labour needs to get outside the "Westminster bubble" and start reconnecting with day-to-day concerns of voters on the doorstep, a senior backbencher ...

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Report finds exploitation victims

A report has found that at least 132 children in Birmingham have been victims of sexual exploitation or are "vulnerable" to it.

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Teacher, assistant 'bullied girl'

A teacher and a classroom assistant carried out a five-month campaign of bullying against a seven-year-old pupil in which they taped her to a chair ...

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Jury decides on Ferguson shooting

A grand jury has reached a decision about whether to charge a white police officer in the shooting dead of Michael Brown, an unarmed black ...

24 Nov 2014 11.49pm

Police shooting of youngster probed

A 12-year-old boy has been shot dead by US police after brandishing what turned out to be a BB gun.

24 Nov 2014 6.06pm

Women not equal to men - Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has set off a new controversy by declaring that women are not equal to men and accusing feminists of not ...

24 Nov 2014 10.05pm

Jailed reporter looks to new law

Lawyers for a jailed Egyptian-Canadian Al-Jazeera journalist have urged his release, saying he should benefit from a recently passed law in Egypt ...

24 Nov 2014 7.06pm

Erdogan: women not equal to men

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared that women are not equal to men and accused feminists of not understanding the special status ...

24 Nov 2014 6.06pm