Campbell Soup has apologised for a tweet by its SpaghettiOs brand marking the anniversary of the Pearl Harbour attacks with a picture of its smiling mascot jauntily holding an American flag.
The race to the South Pole involving Prince Harry and his fellow Walking With The Wounded expedition competitors has been suspended for safety reasons.
The Czech prime minister has apologised after he was recorded saying that he "was dreading" having to go to Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Government plans to recruit a private consortium to buy military equipment are to be formally axed after all but one external bidder pulled out.
A Catholic priest has been interviewed by police investigating reports of historic sexual abuse over a 20-year period.
Nigel Farage has expressed his sadness following the reported death of a pilot whose plane crashed on the day of the 2010 general election, injuring the UK Independence Party leader.
Three people have been killed in a four-vehicle crash involving a lorry.
The Premier League is to donate a floodlit football pitch to mark the centenary of the Christmas Truce match which saw British and German troops play each other during the First World War.
A violent rapist has been jailed for life after a landmark legal ruling in which his original acquittal for the offence was quashed by the Court of Appeal.
New merchandise for the hugely popular Gromit Unleashed arts trail will feature in an online auction next week.
Airline passengers suffered a day of delays and frustration as a telephone system glitch at air traffic control caused major disruption at airports across the UK and Ireland.
Prime Minister David Cameron has hailed a "historic" global trade deal which he said could be worth £1 billion a year to British businesses and be a "lifeline" for the world's poorest people.