12 July 2014 Last updated at 12:21

Lord Carey backs assisted dyingLord Carey

The former Archbishop of Canterbury says he will back a bid to make it legal for terminally ill people in England and Wales to get help to end their lives.


A petrol station hit by a rocket fired from Gaza in AshdodGaza-Israel conflict: 'It's not worth living'

Israelis and Palestinians in Gaza share their views on the fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants.

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facebook postPM's reshuffle 'secrets' overheard

The 16:43 from Chichester is a strange place to broadcast sensitive government information, but other passengers say the loud phone call was difficult to miss.

Obese man struggling with beltMore weight loss ops for diabetes

An expansion of weight loss surgery in England is being proposed to tackle an epidemic of type 2 diabetes. Do you suffer from type 2 diabetes? Have you had surgery?

Wonga logoChurch of England cuts Wonga ties

The Church of England says it no longer has any investment in payday lender Wonga, ending an embarrassment to the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Mail boxRoyal Mail sale 'lost taxpayers £1bn'

Taxpayers may have lost out on around £1bn in undervalued Royal Mail shares and assets, a committee of MPs says.

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