5 December 2011
Last updated at 11:51 ET
HSBC is fined a record £10.5m by the City watchdog and will pay £29.3m compensation for mis-selling investment bonds to elderly people in care.
The driver of a car damaged by a granite block thrown from a bridge in Essex, describes her shock as the windscreen was shattered.
The government doubles the budget for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic ceremonies to more than £80m after David Cameron is shown the original plans.
There is "extremely persuasive evidence" linking the wearer of a jacket to the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, a scientist tells the Old Bailey.
Downing Street says none of the proposed changes being discussed to the future shape of the European Union would trigger a referendum in the UK.
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