Jeremy Corbyn has written to Labour MPs to say that he cannot back David Cameron's proposals for airstrikes in Syria.
Jeremy Corbyn has held an extraordinary meeting with his shadow cabinet over airstrikes in Syria.
Vladimir Putin and Francois Hollande have said their forces will share more intelligence and co-ordinate strikes against the "mutual enemy" of Islamic State (IS).
A man has been jailed for life for drowning his nine-year-old grandson in the bath, two days before Christmas.
Around 2.6 million working families will be an average of £1,600 a year worse off because of Spending Review cuts, the IFS says.
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Lord Coe has stepped down from his role with Nike amid suggestions of a conflict of interest with his position as head of world athletics.
Louis van Gaal admits he is "worried" about Manchester United's lack of goals after their 0-0 draw with PSV.
Away fans will be banned from top football matches in France until mid-December with the country in a state of emergency following the Paris attacks and because of the forthcoming climate summit in the capital.
Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko have continued to trade verbal blows ahead of their heavyweight bout on Saturday.
Adele has announced she will go on a European tour with her new album 25, starting in the UK at the end of February.
Star Wars fans have received a Thanksgiving treat with the release of a new trailer ahead of the premiere of the popular franchise's latest instalment next month.
The father of Fast & Furious star Paul Walker has begun legal action against Porsche following the death of his son in a car crash in 2013.
A British man "bled out" in silence to save others caught up in the Bataclan massacre, a member of the Eagles of Death Metal has revealed.
Three of radio personality Casey Kasem's children and his brother have claimed abuse by his widow led to his death last year.
Bargain-hungry shoppers are expected to spend £1bn online on Black Friday in the UK but retailers are hoping to avoid the fighting that broke out in stores last year.
Barclays has been fined £72m by the City regulator over its handling of a £1.88bn deal involving risky super-rich clients.
The rate of car tax avoidance has more than doubled, partly because some buyers of used cars do not realise new rules mean they have to tax the vehicle immediately.
Tesco has agreed to pay $12m (£7.9m) to settle a class action lawsuit by US investors over its overstatement of profit expectations last year.
A man's noisy attempts to kill a spider caused his neighbours to call the police, reporting a suspected violent domestic incident.
Swimmers have been warned to stay away from a beach after a sinkhole the size of a football pitch opened up.
China is causing online alarm with plans to build the world's largest animal cloning factory producing dogs, horses and up to a million beef cattle a year.
Zimbabwe's competition for the ugliest man has been plagued by allegations of cheating, after the winner was accused of being too handsome.
Twitter users in Brussels have complied with the police's requests to keep terror raids confidential by tweeting hundreds of cat pictures instead.
Turkey has refused to apologise for shooting down a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border, say reports.
Two people have been arrested over suspected links to last week's Bamako hotel attack, which killed at least 20 people.
Spectators have thronged New York City for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, held under tight security two weeks after the deadly Paris attacks.
Belgium has lowered the security threat level in Brussels after nearly a week on maximum alert in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.