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Plans for the £200m expansion of film company Pinewood Studios, seen as vital for the British movie industry, are turned down.
US Attorney General Eric Holder faces hostile questioning at a fractious congressional hearing on two scandals rattling the Obama administration.
Are smart glasses cool or creepy, asks Rory Cellan-Jones
Branislav Ivanovic scores a late winner to secure the Europa League trophy for Chelsea at the expense of Benfica.
Rory Cellan-Jones tries out Google's new smart headset.
A man is led away in handcuffs by police following an incident at a pharmacy shop on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson praises the hard work and integrity of his successor David Moyes.
Nigeria declares a "massive" campaign to combat militants in the country's border territories, amid a flourishing Islamist insurgency.
Theresa May urges 'arrest anonymity'
About 400 contractor jobs in Wales are safeguarded following the collapse of a civil engineering firm.
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he is suffering from a chest infection after finishing in the pack on stage 11 of the Giro d'Italia.
The head of Saudi Arabia's religious police warns Saudis against using Twitter, amid fears it is being used to challenge political taboos.
Google unveils a streaming music service and details plans to upgrade its other existing services at its developers conference in San Francisco.
The man accused of killing April Jones in a sexually motivated attack had pictures of the five-year-old on his computer, a jury is told.
Chancellor George Osborne tells business leaders at the CBI that he will not deviate from the government's economic road to reducing the deficit.
Google's Maps revamp adds new advertising icons and aims to tailor the results to each user's interests.
Donors pledge more than $4bn (£2.6bn) to help rebuild Mali, where French-led forces have been fighting Islamist militants in the north.
A clean-up operation starts in a village hit by a landslide which blocked a road and affected homes after heavy rain.
A total of 130 MPs have backed an amendment to the Queen's Speech "expressing regret" that plans for an EU referendum were not included in the government's plans for the year ahead.
Education Secretary Michael Gove stands by his criticism of a teacher who suggested students could create a Mr Men character based on Adolf Hitler.