A 4.2 magnitude earthquake recorded in Kent by the British Geological Survey (BGS) is felt by people living in Essex.
A man is given a suspended jail term and banned from keeping poultry for five years after 6,000 chickens died in soaring heat at his Essex farm.
A group of black students in Leicester claim they were refused entry to a nightclub "because they were black".
The father of an 18-year-old killed by a fellow student in Essex speaks of the moment he watched his son being stabbed to death on CCTV.
A blazing lorry causes traffic chaos on the M11, closing the southbound carriageway for a while.
A heart patient has two operations simultaneously, in what surgeons say is the first procedure of its type in the UK.
A Saffron Walden woman is one of four people chosen to spend five months in the Antarctic working at the UK's most remote post office.
Police investigating Hatton Garden jewellery raid arrest a tenth man, aged 42, in Essex
An 18-year-old pleads guilty to the murder of a fellow college student on the first day of his trial.
A teenage driver is jailed for ramming a police motorcyclist and trying to run him over during a 130mph pursuit in Essex.
A 1960s mobile cinema, the "sole survivor" of a fleet of seven commissioned by the government for £1m, sells on eBay.
The coastguard are called to rescue two Essex Police officers who became stranded in their car at high tide.
Shrimpers face Wycombe in play-off final
Magnifying mirror causes a flat fire
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two play-off final between Southend United and Wycombe Wanderers.
Ryan ten Doeschate makes an unbeaten 74 in Cardiff, but cannot stop Glamorgan securing an 89-run win over Essex.
David Worrall says Southend's League Two play-off challenge has helped him "move on" from the death of his baby son.
England captain Alastair Cook says he did not issue an ultimatum over the selection of batsman Kevin Pietersen.
Ronnie O'Sullivan criticises the standard of refereeing and blames a lack of match practice for his World Championship exit.
Former Arsenal winger Sanchez Watt is released by Colchester United, along with Jabo Ibehre and Kevin Lokko.
A suicide bomber strikes a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province, leaving at least 10 dead, amid rising Sunni-Shia tensions in the region.
Islamic State militants reportedly seize the last Syrian government-controlled border crossing with Iraq, after taking ancient Palmyra.
Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho, who was jailed for an outburst over macadamia nuts, has been freed after winning a court appeal.
Myanmar rescues two migrant boats with more than 200 people in its waters in the first such operation following criticism.
The European Union agrees a €1.8bn (£1.3bn; $2bn) loan to Ukraine - described as a landmark deal for a non-EU member.
Germany's Lufthansa considers random medical checks on pilots, to help prevent any future disaster like the Germanwings crash.
Catholic pilgrims are flocking to the Kenyan town of Nyeri for the beatification of an Italian-born nun, taking her a step closer to becoming a saint.
Nigeria's incoming president may commute the death sentences of 66 soldiers convicted for refusing to fight Boko Haram, a lawyer for some of them tells the BBC.
Finland sends letters to nearly a million reservists to remind them of their duties in case of combat, officials tell the BBC.
A worker at the US embassy in London is accused of cyberstalking women, threatening to post their private photos unless they met his demands.
At least 18 members of the Farc rebel group die in an army raid - the deadliest attack since air raids resumed last month.
Staff working at the Eiffel Tower in Paris close down the iconic attraction in protest over a surge in pickpocketing gangs who roam in its area.
A patent reveals that Google has looked into making internet-connected toys that would link up to its servers to control smart devices in the home.
Footage has emerged purporting to show North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un's brother in London - attending an Eric Clapton concert.
Daron Dylon Wint, who had previously worked for the victims' family business, was captured late Thursday in Washington DC.
Baltimore's top prosecutor announces revised charges, but the most serious charges - including second-degree murder - remain.
Mexican investigators are probing the disappearance of at least 15 people in Chilapa, Guerrero state, after it was overrun in early May by gunmen.
Three Brazilian athletes are suspended after appearing to make racist comments on video about a black team-mate, prompting an investigation.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza is pictured playing football despite weeks of protests over his bid to run for a third term in office.
Stones tools that are 3.3 million years old have been unearthed pre-dating the earliest-known humans in the Homo genus.
Jayaram Jayalalitha is set to return as the chief minister of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu after the governor invites her to form a new ministry.
Images from Pakistan as it prepares for its first international cricket match in six years when it plays Zimbabwe in Lahore on Friday.
Voters in the Republic of Ireland are voting in a referendum on whether to legalise same-sex marriage.
David Cameron says he is confident he can get a better deal for the UK in Europe, ahead of meetings next week with Angela Merkel and Jean-Claude Juncker.
A US air strike on Syria probably killed two children, the Pentagon says, acknowledging civilian casualties for first time.
Qatar has made little progress on improving migrant workers' rights, despite promises to do so, Amnesty International says.
NHS trusts in England report a total deficit of £822m for last financial year, compared with £115m the previous year
A rape victim will receive a £20,000 out-of-court settlement as Hampshire police apologise for failing to investigate her complaint properly and arresting her.
Two more Japanese car giants - Mazda and Mitsubishi - are recalling 630,000 cars to replace faulty airbag inflators made by Takata.
A first-of-its-kind lighting system has been installed at a supermarket that tells an app where shoppers are standing and which way they are facing.
Thousands of workers and union supporters protest outside McDonald's headquarters, as the fast food firm continues to face wage pressure.
Brendan Rodgers says he expects Raheem Sterling to see through the remaining two years of his contract.
Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz accuses the media of a lack of respect after dismissing reports he is a virgin.
Rory McIlroy, six strokes behind leader Francesco Molinari, admits to getting "angry" at the PGA Championship.
Ireland, Iceland and Switzerland fail to qualify for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest after the second semi-final in Vienna.
Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's native garden and studio are recreated at the New York Botanical Garden.
A Max Liebermann painting from the collection of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt is to go up for auction next month.
The governing Turkish AK party is pushing for a fourth term in office in the face of criticism from opponents that it is trying it to stifle dissent - Mark Lowen gets the view from Izmir.
John Simpson examines the successes of Islamic State and the consequences for those affected and the wider region.
Middle East correspondent Jim Muir reports from a strategic site on Lebanon's border with Syria which was recently captured by Hezbollah forces from the al-Nusra Front.
Jonathan Head has spent six months investigating the trafficking of humans in Thailand.
Nomsa Maseko hears from two policemen who gave evidence to the inquiry into the Marikana mine massacre.
Six Baltimore police officers accused in the death of US man Freddie Gray have been charged by a grand jury, the state prosecutor confirms.
The Republic of Ireland goes to the polls on Friday to decide whether to change the constitution to make gay marriage legal.
The DuPont Underground in Washington pitches a new way to experience art underground but will the project get off the ground? The BBC's Olivia Crellin reports.
On the trail of Thailand's people traffickers
What is known about the structure of Islamic State
How male and female bathing suits got smaller and smaller
The full story - will a death in the family make Buba go to rehab?
Sun, surf... and grenades in Mogadishu
What a top Russian official said about how women age
Britain's Andy Murray will play a qualifier at the French Open while Heather Watson will face France's Mathilde Johansson.
The FA is to raise the age limit at which boys and girls can play football in the same teams from 16 to 18.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 cars need to have the fear factor brought back for drivers.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hopes goalkeeper Petr Cech does not leave the Premier League champions.
Leicester City's Danny Simpson will not play for the first team while club examines ongoing assault case against him.
Gregor Townsend seeks Glasgow Warriors' best home display of the season to beat Ulster and reach the Pro12 final.
More than 1,000 people gather in Halifax for the funeral of rugby league player Danny Jones.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce expects his future at the club to be sorted on Monday after the club's final game of the season.
Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez says he is fitter, faster and stronger after spending a year out of the game with injury.
The family of F1 driver Jules Bianchi are still hoping for miracle but admit the situation has become "stagnant".
Leicester City's owners will give home fans a free beer for the final game of the Premier League season.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth ties for the lead after the first round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational.
PDC world champion Gary Anderson beats Michael van Gerwen to win the Premier League title for a second time.
Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz says stories claiming he is a virgin are not true as he talks to Football Focus.
GB basketball player Azania Stewart breaks down in tears as she discusses the future of the women's game, ahead of the 2015 EuroBasket in Hungary.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he "has no problem" with Raheem Sterling and he will be available to play at Stoke on Sunday.
Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane reveals he picks himself in his own fantasy football team.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton sets the fastest time in a rain-hit second practice for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Formula 1 drivers give their views on what could be done to improve the show following the announcement of planned rule changes.
Steph Curry's daughter Riley upstages her dad at a news conference after his Golden State Warriors took a 1-0 lead over the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.
BBC Sport's Mark Lawrenson takes on DJ Fresh and Adam F for the final Premier League predictions of the season.
Watch Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton's punchbag fail backstage on The Clare Balding Show.
Max Verstappen steals the show in first practice for the Monaco Grand Prix by setting the second-fastest time behind Lewis Hamilton.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is disappointed his side has now gone three home games without scoring after drawing 0-0 against Sunderland.
Former 800m world champion Caster Semenya tells BBC Sport's Ben Smith she will continue to run despite public questioning of her gender.
BBC F1 pit lane reporter Tom Clarkson has been speaking to fans at the Monaco Grand Prix about what they think should be done to improve Formula 1.
England manager Roy Hodgson explains why he has given first time call-ups for Leicester forward Jamie Vardy and QPR striker Charlie Austin.
Teddy Sheringham is excited by the opportunity after taking over from Graham Westley as Stevenage manager.
BBC Sport takes a look at some of the season's best managerial quotes, featuring Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Nigel Pearson.
Watch a split-screen view of the final laps from the Monaco Grands Prix of 1981, 1988, 1996 and 2012.
Steven Gerrard had the iconic moments but Frank Lampard won more. Phil McNulty grapples with a long-standing question.
David Beckham and Paolo Maldini look set to compete as football club owners in Miami - but how do they compare?
From giving every driver the same car to deadly tortoise shells - you tell us your suggestions for how to make F1 more exciting.
Before Steven Gerrard's final Liverpool match, BBC Sport remembers some of his stand-out moments for the club.
Lewis Hamilton on his new Mercedes contract, having a point to prove at Monaco and Ayrton Senna's out-of-body experience.
Ricky Hatton talks to BBC Sport about the state of boxing following the disappointment that was Mayweather-Pacquiao.
Sport on the BBC this week: Premier League finale, League One play-off final, Monaco GP, Eng v NZ and PGA Championship.
Former Liverpool right-back Steve Finnan is tracked down just days before an Istanbul 10th anniversary reunion.
A bet on QPR's Charlie Austin to score for England could earn thousands of pounds for Poole Town fans.
Great Britain women's games at the 2015 EuroBasket in Hungary will be shown live by the BBC in June.
A football pitch on the Western Isles is recognised by Fifa as one of eight unique places to play the game in the world.
As she targets Olympic gold in Rio, Caster Semenya says she was left "humiliated" by the 2009 questioning of her gender.
Carl Froch could fight middleweight king Gennady Golovkin rather than retire, says Froch's promoter Eddie Hearn.
Worcestershire confirm spinner Saeed Ajmal will return in June after receiving clearance from the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford says broadcasting team radio communications would help broaden the sport's appeal.
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir is considering missing this year's IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been named Barclays Premier League manager of the season for the third time.
Formula 1 drivers launch a global fan survey that they hope might help shape the future of the sport.
Rory McIlroy, six strokes behind leader Francesco Molinari, admits to getting "angry" at the PGA Championship.
Favourite Golden Horn is given the go-ahead to run in the Derby at Epsom and will be added to the field at a cost of £75,000.
The proposed venue for water polo matches at next summer's Olympic Games will not be ready in time, officials confirm.
Eorl Crabtree scores a controversial late try and Danny Brough kicks four goals as Huddersfield earn a hard-fought win.
Australian Matt O'Connor is leaving his post as Leinster coach by "mutual agreement" after a disappointing campaign.
Ronnie O'Sullivan criticises the standard of refereeing and blames a lack of match practice for his World Championship exit.
Great Britain's Jack Burnell wins gold in 10k open water race at the FINA Marathon World Cup in Mexico.
Britons Kyle Edmund and Jo Konta reach the final round of French Open qualifying with straight-sets wins.
Two-time Olympic bobsleigh pilot and former world junior champion Paula Walker retires at the age of 29.
Steve McClaren is still Derby head coach but his future remains uncertain following talks with chief executive Sam Rush.
Dumbarton say their manager, Ian Murray, has left the club to fill the vacancy at relegated St Mirren.
Wales will be without injured West Ham defender James Collins for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Belgium on 12 June.
Ulster restore their first-choice line-up as they visit Glasgow Warriors in their Pro12 semi-final at Scotstoun.
Reporter Simon Jones talks about being woken up by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake which originated near Sandwich in Kent.
A woman who spent five years in jail for murdering her friend's boyfriend has been cleared after a retrial.
Film director Danny Boyle expresses concern about the gathering of personal data by companies such as Facebook and Google.
Around 50 little ships have crossed the Channel as part of events to mark the 75th anniversary of the evacuation of Dunkirk.
In the second of a series looking behind the election result, the BBC's Vikki Young examines why former Liberal Democrat voters deserted their party.
When a duckling was orphaned and found in a neighbour's garden, businessman Austin Hutchinson came to the rescue and now they are inseparable.
Sadie Frost wins £260,000 in phone-hacking damages from Mirror Group Newspapers and speaks of her relief.
The parents of two children poisoned by carbon monoxide in 2006 speak at a news conference after meeting the chief executive of Thomas Cook.
A new education project is being launched aimed at warning teenagers about the dangers of joining extremist groups.
A report by Citizens Advice has found that the health of thousands of tenants is at risk from serious problems like damp and rat infestations.
Jeremy Clarkson has said that Top Gear was "very much" his "baby" and that being dropped from the show "left a big hole" in his life.
Newsbeat's Duncan Crawford reports exclusively on a suspected jihadist from Manchester living freely in Denmark.
The PM unveils plans to tackle illegal immigration as figures show net migration to the UK is at its highest for a decade.
EU leaders are meeting in Latvia, with David Cameron hoping to re-negotiate Britain's place in the EU.
Large Olympic rings from the London 2012 Games have been unveiled in Rio.
The Chancellor George Osborne tells business leaders Europe has to carry out reforms to avoid "sleepwalking" into a future where it has priced itself out of the global economy.
Prince Charles has spoken about the murder of his great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten, Lady Brabourne, his godson Nicholas Knatchbull and 15-year-old Paul Maxwell, in an IRA bomb attack in 1979.
A concert pianist has won a legal battle to publish an autobiographical book giving details of sexual abuse he experienced as a child.
In the first of a series looking behind the election result, the BBC's Special correspondent Lucy Manning examines Labour's loss.
Chairman of the Police Federation Steve White has said that the police cannot keep proving the same level of service if government funding cuts continue.
The long-running daytime medical drama Doctors has filmed its 3,000th episode.
Zubia Aslam was poisoned at Stepping Hill Hospital describes her ordeal saying she had ''no control'' over her body.
The BBC's correspondent Danny Savage caught up with new MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan as she travelled from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Westminster.
Growing numbers of grandparents are seeking help and advice after being denied access to their grandchildren.
Thousands of dying patients are being let down by poor end-of-life care, according to the organisation that investigates complaints about the NHS in England.
The bobby on the beat is becoming an "endangered species" in England and Wales because of government spending cuts, the Police Federation says.
A judge has ruled that a Christian-run bakery discriminated against a gay customer by refusing to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan.
Germany could be a key player in David Cameron's efforts to push for EU reform as Britain's Europe Minister calls for an early referendum on Britain's EU membership.
The family members of Derek Weaver, who was killed by Victorino Chua at Stepping Hill Hospital say they are "delighted" at the verdict.
Shakespeare may be the most famous playwright the world has ever known but what did he really look like?
A primary school pupil in Kirkintilloch finds a new way to beat the traffic on the school run by canoeing there with her father.
A bolt of lightning struck the ground of the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown in Dublin on Monday during stormy weather.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage tells the BBC's Alex Forsyth he respects Patrick O'Flynn for apologising to him for calling him "snarling, thin-skinned and aggressive".
The image of a visual artist will appear on the next version of the £20 note - and the Bank of England wants the public to make nominations.
It's time for the competition authorities to get tough on “obscene” levels of pay in the largest businesses, says David Cameron’s former director of strategy.
Detectives hunting the gang behind the Hatton Garden safety deposit raid have arrested seven suspects. Detective Superintendent Craig Turner Commander Peter Spindler spoke to reporters.
Prince Charles has met Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams at a meeting at the University of Galway as part of a four-day visit.
The constant chiming of church bells has upset the harmony in one Hertfordshire village.
The UK has entered its first period of deflation for more than half a century.
Seventy unpublished works by the renowned composer Sir Hubert Parry have been discovered after decades of being hidden in a family archive.
Wayne Rooney's son Kai upstages his dad by posing for photographs and signs an autograph for fans.
A project will see thousands of schoolchildren experiment on seeds that have spent six months on the International Space Station.
A judge has ruled that a Christian-run bakery discriminated against a gay customer over their refusal to make a cake with a slogan supporting same-sex marriage.
Scientists are hoping to find a cure for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Prince Charles has arrived in Ireland at the start of a four-day visit that will include a meeting with Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams.
The drink-drive limit in England and Wales should be cut to match that in Scotland, the Police Federation says.
The Director of Nursing and Midwifery at Stepping Hill Hospital, Judith Morris explains that the case had an emotional impact on staff and patients
Greater Manchester Police say the investigation which led to Victorino Chua's arrest and conviction was one of the the biggest and most complex it has ever carried out.
John Bercow is re-elected as Speaker of the House of Commons as MPs returned to Parliament after the general election.
Prince Charles is set to meet the president of Sinn Fein during a visit to the Republic of Ireland.
Prime Minister David Cameron lays out plans for a "seven-day" health service and increased funding for the NHS.
A team of four British adventurers has broken the record for the fastest crossing of Greenland's ice cap.
The BBC meets Jayendran Subramoney, whose home in Johannesburg, South Africa, is a shrine to Manchester United.
Rat droppings, human urine and arsenic are just some of the substances found in fake make-up and beauty products, which police say are putting lives at risk.
The BBC Sport studio is plunged into darkness live on-air while presenting coverage of the Challenge Cup match between Wakefield Wildcats and Leigh Centurions.
One of Victorino Chua's victims says he thought he was "a goner" after being treated by the nurse.
Britain's biggest union Unite will debate its historic link with the Labour Party at its conference in July.
Britain's Paul Bonhomme wins the Red Bull Air Race's first ever race in Japan in front of a sold-out crowd.
There is now an app that can help prospective nuns find the right convent to suit them.
Thousands of disabled adults across England are being sexually abused, figures obtained by the Victoria Derbyshire programme suggest. This is the story of one victim, Charlotte.
The health Secretary has dismissed concerns voiced by the Royal College of Nursing about changes in pay conditions associated with delivering a 7-day health service.
The chairman of JCB, one of Britain's largest manufacturers, has told the BBC that the country would manage very well outside the European Union, as Joe Lynam reports.
The international adventurer Bear Grylls has been reappointed as the UK's Chief Scout at a celebration near Northampton.
A six-year-old British boy has become the youngest person in the world to become a Microsoft Office Specialist.
A Carmarthenshire climber who survived two earthquakes in Nepal has returned home following an emotional plea from his mother.
A nurse has been found guilty of murdering two patients and poisoning 20 others at a Greater Manchester hospital.
Scottish Labour is to blame for Labour's defeat in the general election, says Unite general secretary Len McCluskey.
David Cameron uses his first major speech since the election to underline government plans to expand 7-day services in the NHS in England.
A breeding programme is being set up for the rare Tansy beetle, which is threatened with extinction.
A host of woolly flora and fauna has taken up residence and transformed a Cumbrian woodland.
Musician and presenter Jools Holland pays tribute to the legendary blues star BB King.
Nigel Farage has called on "two or three people to make their minds up" about whether "their futures are with UKIP".
Prince Harry has been continuing his tour of New Zealand, meeting locals and learning about the country's culture and heritage.
Designer Matt Keightley, has been commissioned to design a garden for Sentebale, the charity co-founded by Prince Harry which helps children in Lesotho.
Dozens of British beaches and lakes are at risk of failing to meet tougher European water quality standards this summer.
Road safety campaigners say the risks faced by newly qualified young drivers could be reduced dramatically if a new system of restricted licences were to be introduced.
Roy Taylor will cross 68 miles of the Trans Pennine Trail in his wheelchair to help raise money to "get rid of obstacles" to give the disabled greater access to the countryside.
A drop in cockle stocks on the Dee estuary in Flintshire means a ban will be introduced for 2015, say environment officials.
The chancellor George Osborne has announced plans for more devolved powers for northern cities, as Mark Easton reports.
A new £5m centre that provides support and accommodation for homeless people opens in Aberdeen.
The Royal Navy flagship the HMS Bulwark has arrived in Sicily, after rescuing about 600 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea.
The BBC's Ed Thomas has been given access to a team in Cheshire, where police officers and mental health specialists work together to help people in crisis.
The aerospace firm Bombardier is to cut at least 220 jobs from its Northern Ireland operation due to a fall in demand for its business jets.
The prime minister says he will consider giving more powers to Scotland - over and above those already agreed before the general election.
The mother of missing Ben Needham has made a new appeal on Greek television over the disappearance of her son 24 years ago.
A Grayson Perry designed house in Essex is causing a stir among art critics. BBC Arts Correspondent Will Gompertz went to see why.
Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell has married Red Bull F1 team boss Christian Horner in a wedding attended by a string of celebrities from showbiz and motor racing worlds.
Prospective Labour leaders address the annual Progress think tank conference in London.
An east London pub is to start trading again after campaigners fought to save it from being transformed into a flat.
How World War Two soldiers contacted their loved ones from afar.
Economist Jim O'Neill, the head of a UK government-appointed team looking at the impact of superbugs, tells Victoria Derbyshire the antibiotics crisis could cost millions of lives.
As new figures reveal the high death toll of teenagers in car crashes, there are renewed calls for the government to take action to improve young driver safety.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has told the BBC's Question Time that he does not support a leadership election and that he is standing by his decision to continue as UKIP leader.
A group of disabled people is taking the government to the High Court over delays in benefit payments.
Early treatment with a chemotherapy drug, Docetaxel, extends the lives of patients with advanced prostate cancer by nearly two years, a major study shows.
The BBC's Gordon Corera reports on the radical Islamist preacher, Anjem Choudary, who some believe has prompted the government's plans to tackle extremism.
A man claiming he was abused by Labour peer Lord Janner calls for the release of dementia assessments which prosecutors used to decide he should not face charges.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper has been setting out her vision for the leadership of the Labour Party.
Former Premier League footballer Clarke Carlisle, who has been banned from driving for three years after admitting a drinking and driving offence, says he welcomes his sentence.
The biggest British registered container ship has arrived in Southampton, as part of its maiden voyage.
The now-growing population of red kites in mid Wales' Cambrian mountains were saved by protection from Gurkha soldiers, a conservationist says.
A man who cut his own hand off in a DIY accident involving a circular saw praises his neighbours for their help.
They say nothing in life is free, so what happened when social media firm The LAD Bible left £25 "for people in need only" in the middle of Manchester city centre?
Brass bands and ballet are an unlikely combination, but they have collaborated together in a new work marking the 30th anniversary of the end of the miner's strike.
Strictly Come Dancing presenter Claudia Winkleman has spoken for the first time about the serious injuries her daughter suffered in a Halloween costume fire.
Telegraph commentator Dan Hodges and Lib Dem blogger Stephen Tall are asked about pledges to run naked in public.
Employment figures published Wednesday showed another fall in unemployment to 1.83 million people - down 35,000.
New MPs arriving at Westminster get a green badge, a tablet computer, a security pass - and a buddy to help them settle in.
The chief executive of the Co-operative Group has blamed past mismanagement of the organisation for the problems it has faced.
Prime Minister David Cameron is completing his cabinet reshuffle, with a number of leading female ministers being handed big promotions.
Private letters sent by the Prince of Wales to Labour government ministers a decade ago have been published after a lengthy legal battle.
Unofficial biographer to Prince Charles, Catherine Mayer, says the prince feels passionately" about the issues he writes about, as some of his private letters are published after a legal battle.
Doctors' leaders launch a major campaign to stop medics "over-treating" their patients in ways that do not help and could even harm them.
Composer Max Richter talks about his latest work, a new ballet inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.
Nigel Farage is back to work as UKIP leader, three days after resigning.
The parents of two UK children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday in Corfu blame the holiday firm, as jurors return a verdict of unlawful killing.
Studies have shown that dance could improve the lives of dementia sufferers - Lizzie Crouch visits a class in east London.
The water vole once populated our riverbanks and waterways in the UK, but in the last 15 years water vole numbers have halved, brining them to the brink of extinction.
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