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Black Friday 2015: Britons expected to spend £3.49bn over four days
Britons are expected to spend £3.49 billion on bargains over the four days starting with "Black Friday", with online sales alone predicted to be up 16% on last year.
- Bad weather hits New Zealand helicopter crash bodies recovery
- Benjamin Clementine dedicates Mercury Prize to Paris
- Snow falls as Britain faces 'bitterly cold' weekend
- Jose Mourinho says he hasn't earned the right to recruit at Chelsea in January
- William and Kate show they have a head for heights
- Eddie Jones to have talks with Chris Robshaw before deciding on England captain
- Kayleigh Haywood: Man in court charged with rape and murder of teenager
- Libyan man held over Pc Yvonne Fletcher's murder in 1984
- Peter Robinson insists he is stepping down 'entirely on my own terms'
- Former All-Black captain Sean Fitzpatrick leads tributes to Jonah Lomu
- Man charged with rape and murder of Kayleigh Haywood, 15
- Paris terror attack mastermind 'linked to four foiled plots in France'
- Bacary Sagna: France players moved by Wembley tribute
- Storm Barney leaves homes without power and causes rail chaos
- Hugo Lloris thanks England for support but admits France "lacked energy"
- Tributes pour in after shock death of All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu
- Belgian jihadist mastermind of Paris attacks 'killed in raid'
- Rugby mourns 'first global superstar' Jonah Lomu
- Didier Deschamps: Pre-match ceremonies were a 'powerful emotional moment'
- Parents of missing teenager have 'breaking hearts' as they appeal for help
- Missing Kayleigh's parents in plea for her to return home
- HIV-positive actor Charlie Sheen 'paid millions in blackmail and extortion'
- David Cameron pledges 'hard and soft power' approach to security
- David Cameron targets IS 'snake's head' in Syria
- Hugo Lloris calls for display of 'great solidarity' at Wembley
- Wayne Rooney calls for fans to unite at friendly fixture with France
- Two men cleared of 1991 murder of Coventry mother Nicola Payne
- Ciaran Clark: Euro 2016 finals would be massive but job not done
- G20 leaders vow to unite in fight against terror
- International manhunt under way for Paris terror suspect