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The governor of the Bank of England tells MPs it is "a distinct possibility" that RBS would have to relocate to England if Scotland votes for independence.
General secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union Bob Crow dies aged 52 of a suspected heart attack.
Libya's parliament dismisses Prime Minister Ali Zeidan after a tanker laden with oil from a rebel-held port reportedly breaks through a naval blockade.
The Ministry of Defence will lose powers for environmental regulation on radioactivity in Scotland, under Scottish government plans.
Why loss and anxiety pose more risk than radiation
Jezki wins the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham, but the race is overshadowed by the death of Our Conor after a heavy fall.
Ugandan rights activists and politicians file a legal challenge to overturn a tough anti-gay law condemned by Western donors.
Michelle Bachelet - Chile's first woman president in 2006 - is sworn in for a second time after her election victory in December.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is handed a record seven-game ban by the FA for his headbutt on Hull's David Meyler.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says it will restructure after claims some of its officials knew about alleged foreign exchange rate fixing.
Military radar suggests the missing Malaysian airliner turned west, away from its planned route, before disappearing, Malaysia's air force says.
The BBC revisits the 'dead zone' around Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, three years after its catastrophic meltdown.
The moment the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared from air traffic maps is captured on a flight tracking website.
Plans to open The London Post Office Railway - known to many as Mail Rail - as a tourist ride are approved.
The head of the US Senate intelligence committee accuses the CIA of improperly accessing computers used by congressional staff amid an investigation.
Lady Justice Hallett is appointed to conduct the independent review of the administrative scheme for dealing with On the Runs.
Quevega makes Cheltenham history by winning a record sixth Mares' Hurdle to give Ruby Walsh a second meeting win.
France's top court rules that investigators can retain the seized diaries of ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy, who is battling corruption allegations.
A rescue kitten has taken up residence at Sir Winston Churchill's former home to honour a request made by the wartime leader.
The Co-operative Group has accepted the resignation of chief executive Euan Sutherland, and named his replacement as chief financial officer Richard Pennycook.