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A 300million modernisation of the Underground network, which will see driverless trains replace the existing rolling stock, is under way.
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The Scottish Premier League confirmed the automatic penalty had been triggered by the club lodging their intention to go into administration at the Court of Session in Edinburgh on Monday.
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This Ship is coming to Liverpool for Privateer Days. The four-piece band includes former local Justin Wiles, and is playing Friday night in the entertainment tent.
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Hello from London! I'm here for a week attending a work conference. I packed my running clothes, but they haven't come out of my bag.
This week we are celebrating National Neighbourhood Watch week. Neighbourhood Watch is the biggest voluntary organisation in the country.
London's 122 Leadenhall Street is shown under construction on March 5. Once complete it will be London's second-tallest building.
The ground and first floors of the house were severely damaged and half of the roof was destroyed in the blaze.
Laden with foreign challenges, President Barack Obama is welcoming Iran's election results, taking the temperature of China's new leader and acknowledging that nations routinely spy on each other, all the while navigating difficult terrain with allies and Russia over Syria.
Intelligence services were even said to have set up internet cafA©s at the summit venues which they used to read emails Britain was plunged into a diplomatic row last night following claims that foreign politicians and diplomats were repeatedly spied upon when they attended two G20 summit meetings in London.
Amongst the austere, man machine classics they performed was 1977's 'Trans-Europe Express', a paean to the romance of Continental rail travel.
A sign protesting against the HS2 high-speed London-Birmingham rail project, which has been condemned as a '33 billion pound gamble' Demand for the HS2 high-speed rail project has "likely been overestimated" and the A 33 billion project does not offer good value for money, according to a report by a think-tank.
With a salary of up 65,000, the superintendent and visitor manager post is at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, a major tourist attraction in Edinburgh.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives at the G8 summit at Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, on Monday.
Yellow Duckmarine promises a "splashdown" ending to each of its tours - but it looks like some passengers got a little more than they bargained for.
The study by Springboard and the Scottish Retail Consortium found the numbers in Scotland were better than the UK as a whole, where shopper numbers were down 0.7% compared to May 2012.
A new bar for deaf people comes complete with staff that can sign and a sound system which lets people feel the vibrations of the music.
The head of a family-run kosher butcher in north Manchester has vowed to rebuild the business after his shop was gutted by fire on Friday night.