The Speaker intervenes when the PM seems to know too much about Peter Bone's birthday.
A woman's Facebook rant about being overcharged in John Lewis for an apple for her child is shared thousands of times.
A five-year-old Celtic fan rings the club to apologise for missing a game after it clashed with a friend's birthday party.
Olympic gymnast Louis Smith has visited two Mosques in an attempt to learn more about Islam after a video emerged of him and a friend mocking the Islamic call to prayer.
Tony Blackburn is to return to the BBC in January, almost a year after parting company with the corporation.
Following the death of a prisoner and serious injuries sustained by two others, BBC News looks at the rise in violence in prisons
A collection of photos of children and their parents who serve in the British Armed Forces has been brought together by a charity helping military families.
The jobless rate stays at 4.9% in the three months to August, suggesting "continuing confidence in the economy", the Office for National Statistics says.
Two men who blagged their way onto an Olympic parade float in Manchester claiming they were fencing gold medallists say they meant no harm.
The UK's biggest builders merchant, Travis Perkins, says it is closing 30 branches, putting 600 jobs at risk.
Brendan Cole has been temporarily replaced by Gorka Marquez in rehearsals for Strictly Come Dancing.
Ten-month-old Joshua is one of hundreds of children admitted to hospital each year after being burned by hair straighteners.
We meet the artist who's been leaving messages - some encouraging, some bizarre - around the capital.
US comedian Rich Hall gives his list of the five things everyone should know about the race for the White House.
Five years after the eviction of Dale Farm began, Basildon Council has said it has not recouped any of its £4.3m bill.
Homeless people are being told by councils to sleep rough so they can access services, research by a charity finds.
A Tory MP who called for child migrants arriving in the UK from Calais to have their teeth tested to verify their ages is condemned by a dentists' group.
Too many magistrates are "old and white", one of the youngest justices of the peace in the country says, as MPs call for action to address the issue.
Wednesday's newspapers lead on plans to expand Heathrow, Spalding's child double killers, and the age of "child migrants".
Some experts believe "extreme" side-effects of antidepressants are more common than was previously thought. Some users say the tablets have made them suicidal.