Britain is facing a demand from the European Union for an extra £1.7bn because of the success of the economy.
David Cameron went to Brussels to fight an increase in the EU Budget - instead he was hit by a £1.7bn bill to pay for Britain's relative prosperity.
What is the European Commission asking for from the UK?
The parents of cancer patient Ashya King say they will not return to the UK because they still fear the authorities may take their son away from them.
A British woman has died while having cosmetic surgery in Thailand, according to officials.
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Serbia have been handed a 3-0 walkover against Albania - but have also been deducted three points - following last week’s unsavoury scenes during last week’s Euro 2016 qualifier.
Denver quarterback Peyton Manning added three more touchdowns to his career record as the Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers 35-21 on Thursday night.
South Africa crushed New Zealand by 72 runs to win the second one-day international at the Bay Oval and seal victory in the three-match series.
The PGA of America president Ted Bishop has branded Ian Poulter 'a little girl' on social media for his criticism of the jobs Nick Faldo and Tom Watson did as Ryder Cup captains.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul has said Barbies are more damaging than the dolls based on the hit television show which Toys R Us has pulled from its shelves.
Keira Knightley is to make her Broadway debut in a play about a woman trapped in a loveless marriage who begins an affair with her husband's friend.
Singer and actor Alvin Stardust has died at the age of 72 after a short illness, his manager has said.
A former cast member of the reality show Jersey Shore is to stand trial after denying federal tax fraud charges.
Tinchy Stryder and the Chuckle Brothers must be the most surprising music collaboration we have seen in a long time.
UK economic growth slowed in the third quarter of the year, according to the first official estimate of GDP for the period.
The market value of the country's biggest retailer continued its slide on Friday after its debt rating was cut to one level above junk status.
There’s no getting away from it: today’s numbers from Tesco are horrible, whichever way you look at them.
A takeover bid by the cider firm behind the Magners brand for Spirit Pub Co, has been rejected.
A video of a pair of dancing American priests in Rome has gone viral.
Scientists have discovered the missing parts of a "goofy and weird" dinosaur whose bones were first uncovered 50 years ago in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.
Camel cigarette maker Reynolds American Inc has banned smoking from its offices and buildings.
Chewbacca and Freddy Krueger helped break up a brawl between Mr Incredible and Batgirl as the superheroes traded blows on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
The suspect in the killing of a Canadian soldier at an Ottawa war memorial had a criminal record for violent and drug-related offences and wanted to travel to Syria, police say.
Hundreds of messages have been posted on a tribute site to the soldier who was killed in the shooting at a war memorial near parliament in Ottawa.
A New York doctor who returned from treating patients in Guinea this month has become the city's first person to test postive for ebola.
A man who attacked police officers while armed with an axe on a street in New York has been shot dead.