How is it different from the Autumn Statement?
The worst effects of the European recession risk becoming permanent in places, according to a left-leaning think tank.
Two people are injured in a suspected gas explosion, which destroyed part of a terraced house in Buckinghamshire.
Attempts to recover the remaining bodies of seven people - including four Britons - who died in a helicopter crash in New Zealand are postponed because of bad weather.
The BBC's political independence has been gradually eroded, according to its director general, as he calls for greater input from licence fee payers.
Conservative opposition candidate Mauricio Macri is ahead in Argentina's presidential election, according to early results.
Brussels will stay on the highest level of terror alert because of the "serious and imminent" threat of Paris-style attacks, the prime minister says.
The city's first American-style Chinese restaurant takes off
The Flemish Tennis Federation is "confident" the Davis Cup final between Belgium and Great Britain will be played as scheduled.
An RAF plane is "conducting activity" off the Scottish coast, the Ministry of Defence says, amid reports of a Russian submarine being spotted in the area.
Novak Djokovic wins a record fourth straight ATP World Tour Finals title with a 6-3 6-4 victory over Roger Federer.
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel on his side's remarkable rise from bottom of the Premier League in April to top in November.
The Information Commissioners' Office will contact 1,000 companies involved in buying and selling personal data to check they are acting lawfully.
Swansea City's board is considering the position of manager Garry Monk amid the club's recent poor form.
Meet the man who has had a lifelong love affair with tea
Despair in India's surrogacy hub after ban
In Seoul, there's a whole government department dedicated to a reunified Korea, although its staff don't seem very busy, writes Stephen Evans.
Two British couples were among seven people killed when a helicopter crashed into a glacier in New Zealand.
The Paris terrorist attacks and political instability in Europe is making companies more reluctant to invest, the chief executive of Siemens has warned.
Tottenham make it 12 Premier League games unbeaten as two goals from Harry Kane help them to victory over West Ham.