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Child Abuse Inquiry Controversy At-A-Glance
Amid calls for the resignation of the second person asked to lead the investigation, we look at the key events in the controversy.
New Navigation System Amid Fears Of GPS Outage
Britain becomes the first country to set up a system which will be used to help ships navigate in the event of a GPS outage.
Firefighters Poised For Bonfire Period Strike
Government calls walkout "regrettable and unnecessary", while Fire Brigades Union says that workers' pensions are being "wrecked".
FCC boss Wheeler clears way for internet TV and cable unbundling
Wheeler says web services no different from broadcast channels Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler has outlined a plan which could lead to a change
Doctors In Call For Calorie Labels On Alcohol
The calorie labeling already applies to food but the European Commission is considering extending the rules to alcohol.
Man Arrested Over Fireworks Warehouse Blaze
A man aged 53 has been arrested over a blaze at a fireworks warehouse in Staffordshire which has left two people missing.
Man Held After Body Parts Found On Island
A man has been arrested after a 33-year-old woman's body parts were found by ramblers on an island in Essex.
How many telecoms firms left in Europe? Another mega-billion deal slated in France
Numericable's acquistion of Vivendi's SFR approved French cable telecoms operator Numericable has won conditional approval for its multi-billion-euro takeover of Vivendi's SFR mobile network operator,
Halloween: 'Psycho' Costumes 'Demonise' Ill
Stores are urged to stop demonising the mentally ill by selling outfits depicting "psychos or schizos or freaks".
Sex Abuse Inquiry Head Under Pressure To Quit
A solicitor for victims says they have no confidence in Fiona Woolf, amid claims she sought to downplay her links to Lord Brittan.