The European Commission president has defended the £1.7bn surcharge imposed on Britain after David Cameron insisted the money will not be paid by December 1.
Last week David Cameron was ambushed by Ed Miliband at Prime Minister's Questions when he wanted to talk about falling unemployment.
A school student who went on a shooting spree before killing himself wrote a series of chilling tweets in the months before he ran amok with a gun.
Police have released "appalling" footage of a blind man being pushed on to a train track as his two attackers are jailed.
An axe attack on police officers in New York City was a "terrorist attack" by a self-radicalised recent convert to Islam, Police Chief Bill Bratton has said.
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Munster took control of European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 1 with a 14-3 victory over Saracens at Thomond Park.
Hugo Rodallega scored twice and Scott Parker was on target against his old club as Fulham climbed out of the Sky Bet Championship bottom three with a 3-0 home win over Charlton.
Real Madrid take on Barcelona this weekend in the first El Clasico of the season, with Luis Suarez making his eagerly awaited debut - live on Sky Sports 5.
Andy Murray made it through to the semi-finals of the Valencia Open with a hard-earned 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 6-4 comeback win against Kevin Anderson on Friday.
Jane Fonda has told Sky News Entertainment Week she believes movie studios have dumbed down by concentrating on special effects-driven "tent pole" films.
Peep show star Robert Webb has told Sky News he will not kill off any characters in the series finale - just in case he wants to revisit the comedy.
Animal rights activists have called for One Direction to cut immediately a scene containing a chimpanzee from their new music video.
Jackie Chan has vowed to become a better father in his first public comments since his son Jaycee was arrested on drugs charges.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul has said Barbies are more damaging than the dolls based on the hit television show which Toys R Us has pulled from its shelves.
One of Tesco's most prominent institutional shareholders has ditched its remaining stake in the company and cast doubt on the retailer's recovery prospects under its new chief executive.
Asda has said it will "robustly defend" its record on equal pay amid revelations it is facing a legal action potentially involving thousands of workers.
UK economic growth slowed in the third quarter of the year, according to the first official estimate of GDP for the period.
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A video of a pair of dancing American priests in Rome has gone viral.
Scientists have discovered the missing parts of a "goofy and weird" dinosaur whose bones were first uncovered 50 years ago in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.
Tinchy Stryder and the Chuckle Brothers must be the most surprising music collaboration we have seen in a long time.
Camel cigarette maker Reynolds American Inc has banned smoking from its offices and buildings.
Chewbacca and Freddy Krueger helped break up a brawl between Mr Incredible and Batgirl as the superheroes traded blows on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
The US is investigating claims that Islamic State militants have used chemical weapons against security forces in Iraq.
Trials of a possible Ebola vaccine could begin in West Africa in December with the vaccine more widely available in the first half of next year.
The US nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital has said she "feels fortunate and blessed to be standing here today", as she was declared free of the virus.
The gunman who killed a soldier at a war memorial and then opened fire inside Canada's parliament building had not been under surveillance, police admit.
Sweden's military has suggested for the first time that more than one mystery vessel could have been operating in its waters - as it called off an extensive hunt.