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Man survives heart stopping 17 times

Man survives heart stopping 17 times - A man whose heart stopped multiple times within minutes is "incredibly unusual" to have made a full recovery, say doctors. [BBC Health]

VIDEO: RBS allegations 'serious', says boss

VIDEO: RBS allegations 'serious', says boss - The Chairman of RBS says he takes claims that the bank forced some small firms to close so that it could make a profit "extremely seriously". [BBC Business]

UK 'still wind power world leader'

UK 'still wind power world leader' - The UK is still the world leader in offshore wind power, despite an energy firm shelving plans to build a wind farm in the Bristol Channel, Prime Minister David Cameron says. [BBC Politics]

Boots recalls cough and cold remedies

Boots recalls cough and cold remedies - Pharmacy giant Boots recalls tens of thousands of bottles of cough and cold medicines over fears that plastic might have got into the liquid. [BBC Health]

Prem baby steroids 'may risk ADHD'

Prem baby steroids 'may risk ADHD' - Steroids given to help premature babies develop may also be increasing the risk of mental health disorders, say researchers. [BBC Health]

Local policing 'must be saved'

Local policing 'must be saved' - Neighbourhood policing is under threat in England and Wales as police "retreat to a discredited reactive approach", a report is to say. [BBC Politics]

How statistics can help cure cancer

How statistics can help cure cancer - How can a number cruncher help cure cancer? [BBC Health]

Comparison sites to be investigated

Comparison sites to be investigated - Price comparison websites (PCWs) are to be investigated by the financial services regulator to see if customers are being misled. [BBC Business]

Cameron 'should start liberal party'

Cameron 'should start liberal party' - David Cameron should set up a liberal party allied to the Conservatives, one of his ministers suggests. [BBC Politics]

Warning over 'rights clash' with EU

Warning over 'rights clash' with EU - A Conservative MP urges ministers to "reaffirm Parliament's supremacy" over the application of EU human rights laws in the UK. [BBC Politics]

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