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  1. Paris climate deal 'more likely'

    Global leaders are to gather for a UN global warming summit in Paris, with the shadow cast by the recent attacks expected to boost chances of a deal.
  2. Fallon warns of Paris-style attack risk

    A Paris-style attack could "easily" happen in UK cities, says Defence Secretary Michael Fallon as he steps up efforts to win MPs' backing for air strikes against Islamic State fighters in Syria.
  3. Fury stuns Klitschko for world title

    Britain's Tyson Fury is world heavyweight boxing champion as he beats Wladimir Klitschko on a unanimous points decision.
  4. Gun suspect said 'no more baby parts'

    The suspect in a deadly gun attack on a Colorado family planning clinic said "no more baby parts" during his arrest, US media report.
  5. Council tax 'to cost £200 more by 2020'

    The Local Government Association estimates council tax rises in England up until 2020, but says local authorities will still face a combined shortfall of £6.8bn.
  6. Solar cuts 'threat to hundreds of jobs'

    Hundreds of solar power jobs have been lost owing to planned cuts to subsidies, according to a survey that suggests thousands more jobs could be at risk industry-wide.
  7. Turkish PM vows to find lawyer's killers

    Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu pledges to bring to justice the killers of pro-Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci, as unrest breaks out in Istanbul.
  8. Davis Cup far from over - Murray

    British number one Andy Murray expects a serious challenge from Belgium's David Goffin in Sunday's Davis Cup final finale.
  9. Russia announces Turkey sanctions

    Russia announces a package of economic sanctions against Turkey over the shooting down of a Russian jet on the Syrian border on Tuesday.
  10. Stranded migrants battle riot police

    Clashes between riot police and migrants angry at being prevented by a new fence from entering Macedonia from Greece leave up to 40 people injured.
  11. Clutha tribute on crash anniversary

    The Glasgow pub where 10 people died after a police helicopter crashed through its roof is to pay tribute two years on from the tragedy.
  12. Prince Harry tumbles from polo pony

    Prince Harry has a dramatic fall from his polo pony during a match in South Africa in aid of his charity Sentebale.
  13. VIDEO: Canadian PM makes Queen 'feel old'

    The Queen has joked that she was made to feel old by the new Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, after he spoke of her historic visits to Canada.
  14. VIDEO: 'I'm glad that Grant Shapps resigned'

    Ray Johnson, father of Elliott Johnson, has welcomed the resignation of Grant Shapps amid claims he failed to act on allegations of bullying.
  15. VIDEO: Dashboard camera catches near miss

    Three people in Connecticut have a narrow escape after a car careens out of control and smashes into the vehicle next to them.
  16. VIDEO: Is there a 'hidden chamber' in King Tut's tomb?

    The BBC's Orla Guerin reports from King Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor in Egypt as speculation mounts about a hidden chamber inside.
  17. VIDEO: Caught on camera: Battle where lawyer is killed

    A leading pro-Kurdish lawyer has been shot dead in south-eastern Turkey during a gun battle between police and unidentified gunmen.
  18. VIDEO: Half a million lights set Christmas tree record

    An Australian man has set a new world record for the most lights on an artificial Christmas tree.
  19. VIDEO: Crowds gather for Stop The War demo

    Actor Mark Rylance joins Stop The War protesters in London and explains his opposition to air strikes in Syria.
  20. VIDEO: Amina Sboui on her topless photo

    Tunisian feminist Amina Sboui looks back on the topless photo that made her famous and explains why she decided to publish an such an incendiary image.
  21. Pressure over 'Tatler Tory' scandal

    The resignation of International Development Minister Grant Shapps amid claims he failed to act on allegations of bullying leads some Sunday newspapers.
  22. Is there an economic case for tackling climate change?

    On the eve of the UN's climate conference in Paris, the BBC's Andrew Walker unpicks the economic arguments for addressing the issue of climate change.
  23. Syria war: Attacks fuel search for solution

    BBC Middle East correspondent Jim Muir says a rash of attacks by militants has intensified the impetus by outside players to find a way to end the war in Syria.
  24. Child sexual abuse inquiry faces huge task

    The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse will get down to work next year - but don't expect quick results, says Tom Symonds.
  25. From postie to Serjeant at Arms

    Former postman Lawrence Ward reflects on his time as Parliament's security chief - the tights, the mace, the snobbery and dealing with unruly MPs like John McDonnell.
  26. Players are not coping - McClaren

    Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren says his players are "not coping" following the Magpies' 5-1 loss at Crystal Palace.
  27. DeGale beats Bute to retain title

    British boxer James DeGale outpoints former champion Lucian Bute to retain his IBF super-middleweight title.
  28. Alonso could take 2016 break from F1

    Fernando Alonso could take a sabbatical from Formula 1 next year, McLaren boss Ron Dennis says.
  29. Can 'boring' Man Utd win the title?

    Unhappy fans, sniping old boys, boring football - are Van Gaal's Man Utd betraying the team's attacking traditions?
  30. Hundreds more jobs saved at Caparo

    A further 333 jobs are saved at steel company Caparo, administrators PwC announce.
  31. Deals unveiled for new Help to Buy Isa

    Interest of up to 4% will be paid on new Help to Buy Isas - accounts aimed at helping potential property buyers save for a deposit.
  32. Shapps quits amid Tory bullying claims

    Grant Shapps quits as a minister amid claims he failed to act on allegations of bullying in the Tory youth wing, saying the "buck should stop with me".
  33. Tories lobby Labour MPs on Syria

    Senior ministers phone opposition MPs to build support for possible air strikes in Syria, as Stop the War protests are held in London.
  34. A&E waiting times 'getting worse'

    Waiting times in A&E departments across the UK are worsening as pressures grow in hospitals, figures suggest.
  35. Multiple-birth care 'postcode lottery'

    Women expecting twins or triplets are experiencing poor antenatal care in some areas of England, a report suggests.
  36. MPs and councils in abuse inquiry

    The Anglican and Catholic churches, three councils, and both current and former MPs are to be investigated by the inquiry into child sexual abuse, its chair says.
  37. Religious education 'needs overhaul'

    Religious education in England's schools needs a total overhaul to bring the subject into the 21st Century, argues a report.
  38. Children's toy maker Vtech hacked

    Vtech, a company which specialises in electronic toys and educational material for children, confirmed that it has been hacked.
  39. 'Li-fi 100 times faster than wi-fi'

    Li-fi, a faster way to deliver internet access, has been tested in a real-life, working office in Tallinn, Estonia.
  40. Tarantulas 'turned blue eight times'

    A study finds that tarantulas evolved almost exactly the same shade of vibrant blue at least eight separate times.
  41. Japan to resume whaling in Antarctic

    Japan decides to resume hunting whales in the Antarctic after a break of more than a year despite a ruling by the International Court of Justice.
  42. Adele makes history with 800,000 sales

    Adele's new album 25 sells more than 800,000 copies in its first week of release - the highest ever figure for a single UK chart week.
  43. Mervyn Peake collection for sale

    A collection of works by Gormenghast author Mervyn Peake is put up for sale by collector Michael Kemp.
  44. 'I went blind and feel partly to blame'

    Leonie Watson lost her sight in her 20s after years ignoring doctors' advice about her diabetes. She charts her journey into blindness.
  45. What is the Little Red Book?

    Shadow chancellor John McDonnell threw a copy of Mao's Little Red Book at George Osborne. What exactly is this tome?
  46. Your pictures: Windows

    Readers' photographs on the theme of windows.
  47. Week in pictures

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
  48. A legacy of fry-ups and red postboxes

    The country attached to fry-ups and red postboxes
  49. Can Pope tackle religious divide in Central African Republic?

    Can Pope ease religious divides in Central Africa?
  50. The twists and turns of naming diseases

    The twists and turns of naming diseases
  51. The all-American drive to legalise marijuana

    Does legalising marijuana fulfil the American Dream?
  52. VIDEO: Sins the Pope should pray for... and other trends of the week

    'Things the Pope should pray for' - and other trends of the week
  53. Six graphics that explain climate change

    Find out how and why the Earth’s climate is changing as world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a deal to tackle global warming.
  54. Weekend Edition: The week's best reads

    The week's best reads
  55. Eyesores or sights for sore eyes?

    Should power station cooling towers be protected?
  56. The Soviet spy who grew up in England

    The English-born KGB agent whose story inspired a movie
  57. Amina: Return of a topless rebel

    The return of a topless rebel to Muslim Tunisia

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