David Cameron will tell other leaders Britain will vote to leave the EU without major reforms, the UK foreign secretary says.
Sepp Blatter refuses to resign as Fifa president following a request from Uefa chief Michel Platini.
The UK's Defence Secretary says a whistleblower's concerns about Trident nuclear submarine safety at Faslane on the Clyde have not been proved.
Hashtag has been declared "children's word of the year" by the Oxford University Press.
A lorry carrying several tonnes of teddy bears is involved in a major collision, forcing a 16-mile closure of the A14 in Cambridgeshire.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter chairs an emergency meeting under growing political pressure over a corruption scandal that began on Wednesday.
England are one of 12 teams included in the latest version of the Fifa computer game as women feature for the first time.
A toddlers' car seat is removed from sale by its manufacturer after a boy was thrown out of one into the front of his mother's car.
Tajikistan's special forces chief appears in a video claiming to have joined Islamic State forces in Syria.
European football's governing body, Uefa, holds a news conference, as the Fifa Congress takes place in Zurich amid arrests on corruption charges.
Rory McIlroy faces a battle to make the cut at the Irish Open after slumping to a first-round nine-over-par 80 at Royal County Down.
Arts and culture should be spared further funding cuts as the government seeks to balance the books, the new head of Arts Council England says.
Patients were kept like "animals" at a Denbighshire mental health ward, relatives say.
The number of visitors to Northern Ireland from outside the country increased in 2014, but they spent less money, new statistics show
A malicious worm called moose that targets poorly protected home routers has been uncovered by security researchers.
Rafael Benitez - favourite to become Real Madrid boss - says he will be leaving Napoli after two years in charge of the club.
Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki loses in straight sets to Julia Goerges in the French Open second round.
Universities should show students' achievement with points scores, as well as the existing degree grades, says a higher education think tank.
Students are increasingly opting to study overseas as part of their undergraduate degrees, research suggests.
South African officials dismiss US allegations that a $10m (£6.5m) bribe was organised for top Fifa officials in order to host the 2010 World Cup.