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Thousands of HSBC customers have not received credits in their accounts on Friday following an IT failure.
IndyCar stars pay tribute to UK's Justin Wilson who died in a crash at the weekend, by driving over San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.
The badger cull is to be extended into Dorset following pilots in Gloucestershire and Somerset last year, the government announces.
The number of homes being sold in England and Wales has fallen significantly, according to figures from the Land Registry.
Conservative peer, Lord Norton, and Crossbench peer, Lady Deech, call for the House of Lords to be made smaller and more efficient.
Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry hits out at misogynistic abuse from "cavemen" online, after being widely trolled for wearing a short dress in the band's recent video.
Jozef Wesolowski, a former archbishop and Vatican envoy to the Dominican Republic, dies before he can be tried for child sex offences.
A man with an immune system disorder has spread polio for nearly 30 years, despite having been vaccinated, British scientists have found.
UK economic growth for the second quarter of the year was unrevised at 0.7%, official figures have shown.
BBC One is named channel of the year at the Edinburgh Television Festival's annual awards, while drama Happy Valley is named best new programme.
London's leading shares edge up in early trading, consolidating Thursday's rebound, as the Chinese stock market extends its recovery.
Stacey Elder, a self-identifying goth who has dealt with depression, says it is "not all dark and gloomy".
Austrian officials now say more than 70 bodies, thought to be migrants, were in an abandoned lorry found on a road near the Hungarian border.
New rules are being introduced to protect the authenticity of Irish Whiskey and support the increasing number of distilleries across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The app says it's focusing more on music with new services that will also make it easier to loop audio.
England batsman Ian Bell, 33, says he still has has the "hunger and desire" to play international cricket.
One woman describes being physically and sexually abused by nuns throughout her childhood in a Catholic-run orphanage in Dublin.
Paul Royle, one of the last survivors of World War Two's most famous prison break, The Great Escape, had died at the age of 101.
Chinese shares extend their recovery on the last day of a volatile week which started with shock losses that spread fear to global markets.
Scientists say they can now explain what happened to Knut, the famous polar bear that drowned at Berlin Zoo in 2011.