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By Lauren Grice Pope Benedict XVI has named archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia as the successor to cardinal Keith O’Brien in the position of archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh.
By Lauren Grice The identities of two Britons involved in a balloon crash in Luxor, Egypt have been released.
By Laura Moulden Cardinal Keith O'Brien has resigned his post as the UK's most senior Roman Catholic clergyman.
By Gerald Heneghan The eurozone's financial downturn will continue into 2013, the European Commission has warned.
By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron is set to announce a partnership between India and Britain on the issue of cybercrime today (February 19th).
By Lauren Grice David Cameron has led the largest ever prime ministerial trade delegation from the UK to India today (February 18th).
By Laura Moulden The British government has released a factual analysis of the legal implications surrounding the issue of Scottish Independence today (February 11th).
By Lauren Grice The European Union's (EU's) budget could see cuts for the first time since its inception.
By Lauren Grice David Cameron has described the European Union's (EU's) long-term budget as "too high" and called Britain's place in the federation into question.
By Laura Moulden The Scottish government has released a paper outlining how the transition to independence would take place today (February 5th).