Police officers shoot and fatally wound a 31-year-old man in a Hull street amid reports of a man being seen with an axe.
Eighty-nine-year-old Joe Bartley was so bored being retired he put an ad in his local paper asking for work.
The UK's major sporting bodies should ensure their child protection policies are robust, sports minister says.
Number 10 says Theresa May and Donald Trump agreed on Nato's importance in their second phone conversation.
MPs are told the status of UK and EU expats can be resolved only once formal Brexit negotiations have started.
Co-operative Energy will take on 160,00 customers of collapsed firm GB Energy on same price tariff.
Former football coach Barry Bennell is charged with eight offences of sexual assault against a boy under 14, say prosecutors.
Newsreader Mark Austin reveals his daughter was "shrinking before our eyes" as she battled anorexia.
A deal to move EU prisoners back to their home countries has not worked out "well", MPs hear.
A dad's desperate search to replace his autistic son's beloved "little blue cup" ends in "surprising" success.
The football child sex abuse scandal is one of the biggest crises in the history of the Football Association, says chairman Greg Clarke.
A farmer who killed two swans and injured another by battering them around the head with his shepherd's crook is fined £7,500.
Police release dashboard camera footage of the moment a speeding car flips over in a country lane.
After months in the care of the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary, these seal pups are going back to the sea.
A horse owner has said she feels angry and upset after discovering vandals had targeted her animal by spraying a swear word on to it.
The ITN newsreader talks about struggling to get the right care.
A top police officer mocked a colleague's boob job during an "inappropriate and hurtful" drunken tirade, a disciplinary panel hears.
Police have released CCTV footage of a terrifying "road rage" attack in which a lorry driver's cab was attacked by a fellow motorist brandishing a spade.
Politicians and officials unintentionally sharing secret documents with the public.
As a sex abuse scandal in football heightens concerns about safety, experts explain how to deal with this difficult subject.