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PM brands Ed Balls 'a turkey'
David Cameron says shadow chancellor Ed Balls has developed a new hand gesture, joking that "it doesn't have to be Christmas to know you are sitting next to a turkey".
Amazonian tribe make contact with the outside world
Video footage shows the moment isolated native people emerge from the Amazon rainforest and make contact with the outside world.
Explosion in Gaza knocks people off their feet, 17 killed
A violent explosion took place on Wednesday in Gaza as three ambulances arrived at the scene of a first blast.
Litvinenko's widow: Public inquiry not political
The widow of Alexander Litvinenko, Marina Litvinenko, has said she does not believe the opening of a public inquiry was political following the downing of MH17 in Ukraine.
Car smashes through barrier into London subway
A driver and his passenger had a lucky escape after their BMW smashed through the railings of a London tube station.
Glasgow 2014: Scotland bowls success
England's hockey team have progressed to the semi-final, success in the table tennis doubles and Scotland's Darren Burnett's bowls victory.
Warm winter behind British Gas profits fall
Sam Laidlaw, CEO of Centrica, has said last year's warm winter was partly responsible for the drop in profits for British Gas.
Border staff 'unprepared' to deal with Ebola threat
Lucy Moreton from the Immigration Service Union says border staff don't feel adequately prepared to deal with the possibility of people with the Ebola virus arriving here.
First look at new Hunger Games trailer
A minute long teaser trailer has landed for the third installment of the Hunger Games films, Mockingjay - Part 1.
Labour's ties with unions 'bad for Britain'
Conservative Justice Secretary Chris Graying has launched an attack on Labour's links with trade unions claiming it is 'bad for Britain'.