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Mr Cameron suggested the picture could be sold to raise money for charity instead, reports say
Insurance giant warns its dividend could be cut again and its shares plummet
The Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has defended her now infamous ‘selfie’ with Barack Obama and David Cameron, claiming the snap that sparked debate across the world was just a “bit of fun”.
The cold will kill more people in Britain than in freezing Sweden this winter. That's because so many of us live in woefully insulated homes.
People with non-melanoma skin cancer are less likely to have a heart attack, break a hip or die early, new research says
A Swedish pest control company has confirmed the discovery of sewer rats with an immunity to commonly used anti-rodent poisons.
Lung diseases kill one in every 10 Europeans, new figures suggest, and the proportion of deaths caused by the diseases in the UK is the highest of any European nation.
Specialist radar uncovered the 800m deep canyon
The Welsh outfit won their play-off against Petrolul Ploiesti 5-1
Discovery indicates existence of sea-faring northern Europeans before Vikings
A Facebook game that allows puzzle fans to help tackle the disease threatening the UK’s ash trees has been launched.
Christian Eriksen admits he would be interested in a move to Tottenham if they make an approach. The Ajax winger could be a replacement for Gareth Bale should he leave the club this summer.
Tour de France winner has one last unfulfilled wish to share his victory with his late mother Jane
New striker believes Villa need to hold onto the best players possible even if it has an impact on his first-team chances
Michael Laudrup, the Swansea City manager, has reiterated his commitment to the club following a summer bust-up and says he turned down approaches from Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco and Fenerbahce to stay.
The Denmark international has spent the past couple of seasons out on loan