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Dave Lee takes a ride in Google's driverless car but is less than impressed with the experience.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering a deadline for claims over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
'I worked all day and all night'
Ponies on Dartmoor are to have reflective paint put on them in a scheme that aims to cut the number being killed by vehicles.
The life and works of Irish playwright Brian Friel
More than 10,000 home routers have been 'vaccinated' by a benign virus that tries to harden them against cyber-attacks.
An exhibition themed around retail giant Ikea opens as part of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival.
The Chancellor's National Living Wage plans are criticised as a "misappropriation of the term" by the Scottish government.
Some doctors in England are being offered thousands of pounds in bonuses to cut the number of patients being sent to hospital, an investigation finds.
Nine people at a college in Oregon have been shot dead by a 26-year-old gunman who was later killed in a police shootout.
The government announces a financial package of "up to £80m" to support SSI workers on Teesside.
The Rugby World Cup is in full swing, so why not test your knowledge with our 15-question quiz?
The old soldiers of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are moving into new, modern, living quarters, meaning all will have en-suite bathrooms.
Two people have been killed in a shooting outside New South Wales state police headquarters in western Sydney, Australian police say.
How much do we know about Tory contender for London mayor Zac Goldsmith?
Paris is tightening fines for smokers who drop cigarette butts on the pavement - after cleaning up 350 tonnes of the litter each year.
The killing of nine people in an Oregon college is the 294th mass shooting in the US this year.
The guests for the judges' houses stage of this year's series of the X Factor have been confirmed.
Nine people have been killed and seven injured in a shooting at a college in the US state of Oregon, say police.
Consumer group Which? and Tesco Bank have called for a complete overhaul of UK current accounts.