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Roy Hodgson says he had concerns over Luke Shaw's fitness before Louis van Gaal's criticism of the left-back.
A bus and a tram have collided as they travelled east towards Princes Street during the rush hour in Edinburgh.
US comedienne Joan Rivers, 81, is "resting comfortably" and with her family after reportedly going into cardiac arrest during surgery on her vocal chords.
Graeme Swann renews his call for former team-mate Alastair Cook to end his captaincy of the England one-day side.
An academic is posting millions of historic photos and illustrations to Flickr where they can be searched and copied without charge.
The UN says Syria is now "the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era" with more than three million Syrians living outside the country as refugees.
House prices edged up by 0.8% in August, compared according to the UK's biggest building society, the Nationwide.
The first of three days of protest by online activists is due to take place at the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
A former children's services director in Rotherham must resign "immediately" from her education job in Australia, an abuse survivors' advocate says.
The Icelandic Met Office raises its aviation warning level near the Bardarbunga volcano to red after an eruption began overnight.
Hospitals in England will be expected to provide a higher standard of food under new rules being introduced by the government.
Just 5% of Wales' 22 councils have sufficient out-of-school activities for 12 to 14-year-olds, a report claims.
Rangers make new shares available for purchase to existing shareholders in an attempt to raise £4m.
The next phase in plans for a major overhaul of public transport in south east Wales reveals a vision for a rapid one-ticket system for travellers.
The RSPCA is calling for a ban on keeping primates as pets after a rise in the number of calls to its cruelty and advice line concerning animals such as monkeys and marmosets.
Waves as high as 20ft (6m) in southern California have damaged waterfront homes, knocked out pier pilings and attracted scores of surfers.
Peace campaigners open a camp with thousands of protesters due in Newport ahead of next week's Nato summit.
A bitter feud which has rocked the Plymouth University boardroom will be raised with the government, an MP confirms.
Officials say there will be no charges following an incident in which a nine-year-old girl fatally shot a gun range instructor.
Five hundred people will learn tomorrow if they have won the chance to vent their frustration at world leaders over the global citizens stalemate over climate policy.