Hostage's brother 'haunted' by face

30 January 2015 9.37pm.

The brother of murdered aid worker David Haines said he is haunted by the look on his face in video released by Islamic State (IS) militants.

Chindits return as cyber-commandos

A new Army unit which will use psychology and social media to help Britain "fight in the information age" will be created.

Call to probe rendition claims

Terror suspects were interrogated on the British territory of Diego Garcia for weeks at a time, a senior aide in the Bush administration has said.

Business chiefs urge taxes shake-up

Business leaders have called for big changes to taxes raising less than £5 billion, saying they should be merged or scrapped.

Clegg: I've wanted to slap Cameron

Nick Clegg has admitted he wanted to slap David Cameron on more than 20 occasions during their time in coalition.

Hardship fund to be cut by 25%

A hardship fund to help welfare claimants struggling financially following housing benefit reforms is being cut by nearly a quarter.

First Milk reassurance over crisis

The UK's largest diary firm reassured farmers today that the financial crisis which led to it delaying a £10 million payment earlier this month is ...

Ex-Bank chief tells of 'scary time'

A former deputy governor of the Bank of England has described the global financial crisis that brought economies to the brink of collapse as a "very ...

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Ebola monitoring of military worker

A British military healthcare worker has been brought back to England for Ebola monitoring after suffering a needle-stick injury while treating a ...

Son criticised over care decision

A man who arranged for his sick elderly mother to be taken to Saudi Arabia in spite of a declaration that she should stay in a care home in England ...

Sawalha shown the Big Brother door

Actress Nadia Sawalha branded her time in the Big Brother House "hell" as she became the fourth celebrity to be voted out.

Screening call as liver deaths soar

Deaths from liver disease have risen 400% in the last 40 years, according to a health charity which is calling for early screening.

Chindits return as cyber-commandos

A new Army unit which will use psychology and social media to help Britain "fight in the information age" will be created.

Front-line cops 'must have Tasers'

All rank-and-file police officers should be armed with a Taser because of the heightened security threat, the head of the Police Federation has said.

Voice hopeful 'didn't tell Wallace'

Jessie Wallace's boyfriend was so worried about his audition on The Voice he did not tell the EastEnders star he had tried out for the BBC singing ...