Energy firm E.On says it will cut standard UK gas prices by 3.5%, equivalent to £24 off an average annual household gas bill.
Morrisons reports a fall in sales and says chief executive Dalton Philips is to leave the troubled supermarket after five years in charge.
Messi casts doubt on future, Man Utd could move for Schneiderlin and Muller, Balotelli might move to Juve on loan, plus more.
There is outrage in India after a minister in Goa says the state government is planning to set up centres to "cure" homosexuals and make them "normal".
Australians are to begin paying more to visit a doctor, under discreet changes to the Medicare public healthcare system.
At least 14 people die after consuming toxic alcohol in India's Uttar Pradesh state, police say.
Nick Clegg is to reaffirm his party's opposition to what critics have dubbed a "snoopers' charter", in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Divers have retrieved the cockpit voice recorder from AirAsia flight QZ8501, say officials, the next step in determining why it crashed.
China's December trade figures have beaten expectations with exports up 9.9% and imports down 2.3% from a year earlier.
This week's edition of French magazine Charlie Hebdo will show a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad with a "Je suis Charlie" sign.
A group claiming to back Islamic State has hacked US Central Command's Twitter and YouTube accounts.
The cost of creating places for the 880,000 extra pupils predicted in England's schools over the next decade could push schools to breaking point, say council leaders.
Pope Francis is due to arrive in Sri Lanka for the start of a six-day Asian visit which is expected draw huge crowds of worshippers.
Computers can be better at predicting our personality than friends and family, an experiment with tens of thousands of volunteers suggests.
Regular and lengthy naps are the key to memory and learning in early life, say scientists.
Mexican authorities are to try the wife of the former mayor of the Mexican town where 43 students disappeared on suspicion of involvement in organised crime.
Inspectors say a major young offenders institution is suffering "unpredictable and reckless" violence while prison officers warn about cuts.
Angela Merkel and David Cameron are friends - but German support can only go so far, says Sir Stephen Wall.
The Marx Brothers' enduring appeal
The Paris attacks were a grim reminder that anti-Semitism appears to be on the rise in Europe, says Caroline Wyatt.