Pension rules for police widows in Wales and England have been called "antiquated" and "manifestly unfair".
Her widower said the event was a "fitting tribute" to the mother-of-two, who was murdered last June.
The countdown to the Brit Awards has begun. Who's performing, and who's going to win?
The income barrier prevents thousands of Britons from bringing their foreign spouse to the UK.
The government has pledged billions for free schools while existing buildings are deteriorating, watchdog finds.
Signs may include excessive clinginess, recurrent nightmares or over-friendliness towards strangers.
British businesses could be losing out on a potential £420 million a week by failing to target disabled consumers.
Southern rail says it expects to run up to 75% of services despite the walkout in the safety row.
New research suggests that thousands of businesses across England and Wales were taken to magistrates courts last year for non payment of their business rates.
Candidates make a final pitch to voters in contests prompted by the resignations of two Labour MPs.
Both the Central line and Waterloo and City line face severe disruption.
A British suicide bomber makes many of the front pages, while others warn of the incoming Storm Doris.
The bill was largely prompted by Sergei Magnitsky, who died after uncovering fraud in Russia.
Grime star Stormzy talks to BBC News about his music and global recognition ahead of the Brit Awards.
A man who blew himself up in Iraq two days ago was Ronald Fiddler, an ex-Guantanamo Bay inmate, the BBC understands.
A couple from south Wales have been found murdered in South Africa.
British Gas plans to launch a £100m customer loyalty scheme after government pressure on energy suppliers over pricing.
Michael Luvaglio maintains he did not kill Angus Sibbet in a suspected gangland execution in 1967.
Police say two armed men helped killer Shaun Walmsley escape while on a hospital visit.
The 600 tonne bridge across the River Irwell will link Manchester's Victoria and Piccadilly stations.