Jeremy Corbyn speaks after he wins a second Labour leadership contest.
Thieves who hit and bit a Carlisle shopkeeper who tried to stop them stealing wine worth £14 are jailed for 15 months.
The gender pay gap in the UK will not close until 2069 based on current salary progressions, research suggests.
Police investigate claims an iCloud account reportedly belonging to the Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton has been hacked and private photographs stolen.
Three people are arrested over the death of a Czech man following an altercation at a fried chicken shop in east London.
The BBC's Jim Reed looks back over the political career of Jeremy Corbyn.
The BBC's Jim Reed looks back over the career of Owen Smith.
The BBC's Jim Reed looks at the 16 months since ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband stepped down.
The outcome of the Labour leadership election between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith will be announced later amid calls for party unity after months of in-fighting.
Pop group Bastille look back at their rise from a pub band to international pop stars in the space of just five years.
Saturday's national newspapers feature stories about the cleanliness of takeaways in the UK as well as an alleged hack of Pippa Middleton.
People who work from home are the happiest workers in Scotland, according to a new happiness index.
The rate of babies born to women aged 45 and over in England has risen by more than a third since 2009, analysis of official statistics reveals.
The sale of National Grid's gas distribution arm should be put on hold, according to the GMB Union.
An agreement is reached to resolve a long-running Orange Order parade dispute in north Belfast.
British world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury postpones his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko again after being declared "medically unfit".
Former soap-actress Tracy Brabin is selected as Labour's candidate for the Batley and Spen by-election prompted by the death of Jo Cox.
Britain's air force is "stepping up" its aerial bombardment of the Iraqi city of Mosul in preparation for an Iraqi government offensive on the city, held by self-styled Islamic State.
Anyone over thirty-five might look at you blankly if you mention vintage kilo sales, but they are increasingly popular with teenagers and students looking for cheap, fashionable clothing.
Two hundred Labour party members are suspended in Bristol for breaking party rules, the local party chair says.