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Cameron defends EU veto decision
David Cameron says he negotiated "in good faith" at the EU summit as he explains his actions in a statement to MPs - although Deputy PM Nick Clegg decides not take his seat alongside the PM.
Cameron statement on EU treaty
Cameron heckled over Clegg absence
Sarkozy: There are two Europes
Hewitt: Opportunity for UK
Man jailed for children's murders
A father who murdered his two children in their beds in south London to spite is wife, is jailed for life at the Old Bailey.
Father admits murdering children
Questions over Dowler voicemails
Milly Dowler's voicemails were "most likely" deleted automatically and not by journalists, the Metropolitan Police tells the Leveson Inquiry.
Murder inquiry after bodies found
A murder investigation starts after the discovery of the bodies of two adults and two children at a house in Leeds.
Tabloid journalists defend paper
Two of the News of the World's most high profile former journalists mount strong defences of their work at the Leveson Inquiry into press ethics.
UK set 'to face bigger downturn'
The UK and eurozone economies will contract sharply in 2012, economists at Standard Chartered bank forecast.
Lawrence accused: 'I'm no racist'
Pair 'attempted Rooney blackmail'
Pupil premium set to rise to £600
Men jailed for X Factor assault
PM urges king to reform Bahrain
RBS woes caused by poor decisions
Duggan family concern over IPCC
Fog sign advice before M5 crash
Facebook 'riot' teens locked up
BBC denies misleading Planet fans
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Reporter defends Beckham affair story
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Direct selling defies recession
Royal Mail's busiest day of the year
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