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Police are called to supermarkets across the UK amid crowd surges as people hunt for "Black Friday" offers.
Beer is less likely to slosh than coffee, and more nuggets.
A paedophile doctor who abused young cancer patients had more than 170,000 images of patients on a spy pen, a court hears.
Carlos Sainz Jr, the son of the two-time former world rally champion of the same name, joins Toro Rosso for the 2015 F1 season.
The teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has just been released and is already being dissected by fans and trending on social media.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is released on bail following a court appearance over an alleged fraudulent takeover of the Ibrox club.
Two people are banned from Twickenham for the homophobic abuse of referee Nigel Owens during England v New Zealand.
Dozens are killed and many more hurt in a bomb and gun attack during Friday prayers at one of the biggest mosques in Nigeria's city of Kano.
A mother-of-six who flew to Australia after telling her son she was going to the supermarket is given a suspended jail sentence.
The three-point turn could be dropped from the UK driving test as part of biggest update to the exam in 20 years.
Smokers in China's capital are to be banned from lighting up in all indoor public spaces under plans being introduced by the Beijing government.
A dog is stabbed to death by a police officer during a drugs search in south-east London.
Saira Grant from the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants says she welcomes the language used by David Cameron in his speech on immigration but the curbs will not stop migrants.
David Cameron urges EU leaders to back his "reasonable" plans to curb welfare benefits for migrants, saying he will "rule nothing out" if they fail.
Footage of shoppers scrambling to get their hand on discounted merchandise that has been emerging from across the UK.
A police officer says he is disappointed Tesco did not have proper security in place to cope with Black Friday sales crowds.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he is "favourite for the sack" after the Reds' poor run of form.
Gordon Ramsay is asking a judge to declare a rental agreement not binding, saying his father-in-law, Christopher Hutcheson, forged his signature in a £640,000 rental guarantee.
A British soldier said to be obsessed with far-right politics is jailed for two years for making nail bomb at his family's home.
The first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is unveiled online and in US cinemas