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An athlete competing for Sierra Leone at the Commonwealth Games has revealed he spent four days in isolation over fears he had brought the deadly ebola disease into the UK.
UK scientists are to map 100,000 complete DNA code sequences in a "landmark" project that aims to revolutionise medicine, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.
Ofsted has been accused of putting pre-school children at risk and of not being fit for purpose over a backlog of nursery and childminder inspections.
Eastbourne is to get £2m in government cash to deal with the devastating damage caused by a fire that ravaged the town's historic Victorian pier.
One of Rolf Harris' victims has told Sky News his request to appeal his conviction is "an insult".
An appeal has been launched to trace two teenagers from South Wales who were last seen more than a week ago.
Whistleblowers in the public services who expose wrongdoing have often been "shockingly treated", MPs have warned.
Firefighters have been battling a blaze at a coal-fired power station in West Yorkshire.
Chart-toppers One Direction had the biggest selling album in the world last year - the sixth year in the last seven a British act has topped the global sales chart, according to new figures.
A plane had to be diverted to Gatwick Airport after a woman threw her prosthetic leg at cabin crew and shouted abuse at them.