James Anderson claims his second five-wicket haul in two days as England race to an innings-and-88-run win over Sri Lanka at Headingley.
A Tube station is evacuated after football fans heading to Wembley stadium set off a smoke bomb and fire alarms.
A stoppage-time header from David Gray sees Hibernian beat Rangers to win their first Scottish Cup in 114 years.
A group of 28 suspected illegal immigrants are arrested after being found in the back of a lorry in Portsmouth.
A friend of a Jersey resident on the crashed EgyptAir flight pays tribute to a "great guy".
Five men take ill, two seriously, after taking legal high 'Annihilation' or 'Cherry Bombs' in Greater Manchester in the last two days.
One of the world's best known steam locomotives - the Flying Scotsman - makes a tour from London to the south coast.
A cash machine is blasted from a phone box in Lincolnshire, prompting a police investigation.
A man has been fined after a court heard he swallowed a goldfish in a "horrible act of cruelty" at a funfair.
A woman appears in court after 11 children were bitten by a Staffordshire bull terrier in a Northumberland playground.
A man is charged with four attempted murders after four women were stabbed near a supermarket car park in south west London.
A man is charged in connection with an attempted carjacking at a supermarket car park in Manchester.
They have been dubbed the killer invaders that target bees and have even caused the deaths of several people in France, but has the deadly Asian hornet made it to the UK?
The National Crime Agency (NCA) recommends using forensic artists to assist in the case of a severed human head found in a Cambridgeshire quarry.
Experts are assessing what can be salvaged after a fire ravaged a stately home in Manchester.
Meet four inspiring people taking part in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday, 22 May.
Fraudsters are expected to target major upcoming events, including Euro 2016 and music festivals, by selling fake tickets online, councils warn.
From the High Court to Wembley in 18 months
A secret World War Two wireless station set up by Winston Churchill to thwart a feared German invasion receives heritage protection.
The last pack of cigarettes rolls off the production line as England's only tobacco factory prepares to shut down for good.