January 10 2009
- Senior Free Presbyterian clergyman Rev Robert Ormerod dies in motorway collision
- PM faces gay marriage Bill backlash
- Kate Middleton: nice-but-dull Duchess cuts an annoying baby bump pose
- 55 beaches meet tough new standards
- Jailed - gang who used Barbie typewriter and bullets to blackmail victims out of £15k
- Duchess of Cambridge 'takes cooking lessons'
- Payday lenders charging 1,700%
- Right-wing French historian Dominique Venner shoots himself at the altar of Notre Dame in protest against gay marriage
- Brad Pitt 'writes Jolie heartfelt letter'
- Electricity firm reveals 18% rise
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Sir Alex Ferguson's worst ever starting XI at United
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Latest Sport News
Stoke confirm Pulis exit
Tony Pulis' seven-year reign as Stoke manager has come to an end after he and the club agreed to part company by mutual consent.
Corbisiero looking to make his mark
Alex Corbisiero is desperate to put an injury-ravaged season behind him and reassert his position as England's first-choice loosehead prop in the upcoming fixtures against the Barbarians and Argentina.
Lion O'Brien healing quickly
British and Irish Lions flanker Sean O'Brien could yet play for Leinster in Saturday's RaboDirect PRO12 final after making rapid progress in his recovery from a knee injury.
Carroll deal close as fee agreed
West Ham's chances of signing Liverpool striker Andy Carroll on a permanent deal appear to now rest solely with the player after the two clubs reached agreement on a transfer fee.