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Killers judged 'most weird lyrics'

Chart act The Killers have triumphed in the baffle of the bands - after their hit Human was judged to have the most bewildering song lyric.

1 Aug 2014 10.03am

Radio 2's Evans hits audience peak

Radio 2 breakfast host Chris Evans has hit another audience high, with a new record number of listeners to his show.

31 Jul 2014 1.04am

One Direction lead UK global sales

Chart-toppers One Direction led the UK's global sales charge last year which ensured home-grown acts accounted for one in every eight artist albums ...

1 Aug 2014 1.02am

Benidorm star Kenny Ireland dies after cancer battle

BENIDORM actor Kenny Ireland has died aged 68, following a battle with cancer.

Video: Bieber taunts Bloom after Ibiza row

Justin Bieber has seemingly taunted British actor Orlando Bloom after their reported altercation in Ibiza, posting a picture on his Instagram account ...

31 Jul 2014 8.01am

Flat body death suspicious: Police

The death of a person whose body was found in a flat is being treated as suspicious, police said.

1 Aug 2014 4.03pm

Group 'to sell off three airports'

The UK airport empire of the former BAA company could be reduced to just one airport - Heathrow - by the end of the year.

1 Aug 2014 11.06am

Airport runway crash investigated

An investigation has been launched after an airport runway had to be closed following a collision between two vehicles.

1 Aug 2014 3.07pm

Clyde designer, 14, proud of impact

The schoolgirl who designed the best-selling Clyde mascot for the Commonwealth Games has said it is "amazing" to see how successful it has been.

1 Aug 2014 1.04pm

Games spark Scots food sales boost

Demand for Scottish food such as haggis and shortbread has soared as customers' curiosity is sparked by the Commonwealth Games, a leading supermarket ...

1 Aug 2014 12.04pm

Baby death man found not guilty

A man who shook his newborn son, causing catastrophic brain injuries that were said to have led to the child's death more than a decade later, has ...

1 Aug 2014 4.07pm

Two face jail for bomb detector con

A couple face jail after being found guilty of making bogus bomb detectors in their garden shed which they said could find missing Madeleine McCann.

1 Aug 2014 3.09pm

Video: Police plea to trace yob who swung dog around head by lead

A man captured on video swinging a dog around his head by its lead is being hunted police.

Miliband warns over rail fares rise

Some rail commuters could face inflation-busting fare rises of 5.6% in the new year, Labour leader Ed Miliband has warned.

1 Aug 2014 3.09pm

Warning over porn stored on phones

A judge has warned members of the public about the dangers of storing pornography on their phones after two men were convicted of possessing "truly ...

1 Aug 2014 3.09pm

Uganda court axes anti-gay law

A Ugandan court has invalidated an anti-gay bill signed into law earlier this year, saying it was illegally passed and is therefore unconstitutional.

1 Aug 2014 1.06pm

Calls for global action over Facebook privacy rights

A lawyer has called on Facebook’s one billion users worldwide to join a class action fight against the social network over privacy rights.

63 dead following India landslide

At least 63 people are dead after a landslide in India engulfed a village.

1 Aug 2014 12.06pm