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Royal Bank of Scotland confirms it has contingency plans to move its headquarters from Scotland to London if there is a Yes vote in the referendum.
A council receives more than £562,000 through the Proceeds of Crime Act following the successful prosecution of a fraudster in a junk mail scam.
The Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women have been opened by Prince Harry at the Olympic Park in London.
President Barack Obama is due to lay out the US strategy to defeat Islamic State militants, reported to include air strikes in Syria.
Transformers star Shia LaBeouf pleads guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct over his disruption of a Broadway performance of Cabaret.
Octopizzo, the Nairobi hi-hop artist, speaks to the BBC about his inspiration and giving young people living in the ghetto "something to be proud of."
Spaceships from the new Star Wars film have been spotted by a man taking photos for a flying school.
Former Labour minister Jack Straw is to chair a committee to examine the future governance of the House of Commons amid a row over its new Clerk.
The Badger Trust wins permission to appeal against a ruling over the legality of the latest badger culls, which started on Monday.
Rotherham Council is to face an independent inspection following the report that revealed 1,400 children were sexually abused in the town.
Manchester United are on the brink of "something special," despite the club's profit loss, says chief Ed Woodward.
The Opening Ceremony for the Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women begins at the Olympic Park in London.
Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California thanks to the perks it offers.
Rory McIlroy says a European Ryder Cup win would mean more to him than winning the PGA Tour's £6m FedEx Cup bonus.
A court in Egypt sentences the head of a Cairo orphanage to three years in prison for assaulting children in his care and endangering their lives.
Sacked NFL star Ray Rice says he and his wife are in "good spirits" after a video of him knocking her unconscious was leaked online.
Can Scottish independence cost the UK its UN status?
New software presented at the British Science Festival aims to give music producers the power to manipulate sounds more intuitively.
How serious is the NFL on violence against women?
A former Metropolitan Police firearms officer accused of the murder of Azelle Rodney is granted bail by a judge at the Old Bailey.