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A woman who was using a portable toilet was carried across a festival site when it is picked up by a forklift truck, organisers say.
The logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games is scrapped after allegations that it was plagiarised.
Hatton Garden Safe Deposit, which had up to £200m of jewellery stolen in April, has gone into liquidation.
The DUP is defeated in an attempt to adjourn the assembly for four weeks to try to resolve the current political crisis.
Real Madrid say they did everything they could to sign Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea after missing the deadline.
Hundreds of migrants protest outside a major railway station in Budapest after police seal off the terminal to stop them travelling through the EU.
A second foreign suspect has been arrested in connection with the deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine in August, the Thai PM says.
From this term, many more students in England and Wales will have recourse to an independent complaints body when things go wrong.
University drop-out rates fell sharply when tuition fees were increased, according to researchers.
Trophy hunting has been the subject of much media attention amid the backdrop of declining populations of big game animals in Africa. But is a blanket ban really the answer?
Google announces that Android Wear smartwatches will now be able to work with iPhones, but they will only offer limited functionality.
The Electoral Commission recommends changing the question for the EU referendum, saying the existing wording could be seen as biased.
Continued expectations of an interest rate rise are prompting more homeowners to lock into a new mortgage deal, figures suggest.
Joy Beverley, one third of the vocal harmony group the Beverley Sisters, dies at the age of 91.
West Ham sign Hull striker Nikica Jelavic and Chelsea winger Victor Moses after Alex Song's return from Barcelona.
Meningitis B vaccination for all newborn babies starts to take place across the UK - the first scheme of its kind in the world.
The son of a man who ended up with thousands of pounds of debt has said charities have moved from being "something you can put your trust in".
Zac Efron's dance movie We Are Your Friends bombs at the North American box office, with one of the worst opening weekends on record.
A ban on "unsafe lorries" on London's roads, introduced as part of efforts to protect cyclists, comes into force.
Cyclists in London are being invited to swap places with lorry drivers to see how difficult it can be to spot them on the road.