EU REFERENDUM UNLIKELY, SAYS LABOUR
Ed Miliband says an EU referendum is "unlikely" if Labour wins the next general election, but David Cameron argues that this makes "no sense whatsoever".
BLOCK ON CHARLES'S LETTERS UNLAWFUL
The attorney general's decision to block publication of letters written by the Prince of Wales to government ministers is ruled unlawful.
BROOKS 'WAS EDITOR WHO DIDN'T CARE'
Rebekah Brooks was always the "first to get the story" and "didn't care" how she got it, according to the prosecutor in the phone-hacking trial.
CLIFFORD 'ABUSED TEENAGER IN CAR'
A second alleged victim tells the Max Clifford trial that the publicist sexually abused her in his car when she was 15 and a virgin.
G4S PAYS £108.9M FOR TAGGING SCANDAL
Troubled security firm G4S pays the UK government £108.9m for the tagging scandal, and admits that 2013 was "an extremely challenging year".
PATIENT HAS PIONEERING 3D FACE OP
A survivor of a serious motorbike accident has pioneering surgery to reconstruct his face using a series of 3D printed parts.
CAMERON URGES PEACE ON ISRAEL VISIT
David Cameron highlights the need for a Middle East peace deal as he visits Israel for the first time since becoming prime minister.
SOLDIER REMANDED OVER BARRACKS DEATH
A 23-year-old soldier appears in court charged with murdering a corporal found dead at an army barracks in Shropshire.
MP 'HAD TO BE PULLED FROM YOUNG MAN'
An ex-Conservative party councillor tells a court he saw a man "thrashing about" trying to free himself from MP Nigel Evans on a night out in Blackpool.
BERNERS-LEE SEEKS WEB 'MAGNA CARTA'
The world wide web needs a bill of rights to protect users from government surveillance, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee, on the 25th anniversary of his invention.