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Money for training courses will be made available to adults of all ages, under the Lib Dem plan.
Armistice Day pledges include a Tory vow to protect combat veterans from "vexatious" legal action.
The drugs, used to treat epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, are recommended for use by the NHS in England.
It is the third time police have shot someone since the protests began in June.
Kenya has released census population figures - but not everyone is happy to stand up and be counted.
The police officers who worked with the murdered policewoman on their quest for justice.
The deal with Jingye Group could potentially safeguard 4,000 jobs in the UK.
She makes the allegation in a new book about her time as the US ambassador to the UN.
Who are the "hard-working" and "ordinary" people that politicians love to appeal to?
Cutting the speed of ships by 20% can benefit health, protect whales and limit warming, say campaigners.
A British Airways insider says the industry deliberately fills planes with extra fuel to save costs.
Fedor Konyukhov is seeking a high-altitude hot-air balloon record, with the help of an 80-year-old Scot.
How Lisa Vanderpump juggles being a TV star with running a multimillion dollar business empire.
Some ex-members of the 'cult-like' MEK have quit - and are now stranded in Albania.
Entertainer Graham Beck's stage show props have helped him tackle his confidence issues.
The man behind a key amendment to a major climate treaty thinks that he has a way to cool the Earth.
Crystal Chigbu was inspired to help children in need after her daughter's leg was amputated.
Debt charities concerned about the rising popularity of interest-free shopping online.
Threats and violent attacks towards shop workers are rising in the UK, according to a new survey.
Transport for London is sitting on a "cash mountain" of unclaimed balances and deposits. Why?