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Mark Carney "more than mildly offended" by MP questioning
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney admits he is "more than mildly offended" after being criticised by Labour MP John Mann that he is too close to the Chancellor, George Osborne. Mr Carney was being quizzed by the Treasury Select Committee on the November 2013 Inflation Report.
Arab Idol star makes emotional plea for Gaza
A recent emergency relief flight from Dubai carrying supplies to help people in Gaza, also carried a special passenger.
Driverless car takes a spin around a track in Nuneaton
Tim Edwards, a transport engineer from the motor industry research organisation MIRA, takes a spin around the track in Nuneaton in a driverless car.
Ghost caught on CCTV at Romford theatre?
CCTV footage captured at the Brookside Theatre in Romford, Essex shows a chair appearing to move on its own. Ghosts?
Hoy: Athletes blown away by games
Sir Chris Hoy says athletes will be blown away by the Commonwealth Games. He's been speaking after Usain Bolt has denied reports he called them a bit "s***".
Two women narrowly escape death on railroad tracks
This video captures the moment two women barely escaped on railroad tracks in Indiana.
Cable: We need a system of penalties in place
The Bank of England has confirmed plans for a tough new regime for reckless bankers allowing bonuses to be clawed back seven years after they are awarded.
Hammond: We will do whatever it takes to protect UK
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says the Government will do whatever they need to do to protect the UK from the ebola virus outbreak.
Young, working - but still broke
Two million young people aged 20-34 are still living with their parents, research suggests.We went to one part of Essex where almost half of young adults are stuck living with their parents. .
Israeli attacks on Gaza increase
It has been the fiercest bombardment of this three-week conflict: scores of Palestinians killed as Israeli forces pounded targets across Gaza from the air, from land and from sea.