Banks should cap monthly unarranged overdraft fees and warn customers if they are about to go overdrawn, says the regulator.
Gary Lineker promised to present Match of the Day in his underpants if Leicester won the Premier League...
More than 11,000 recipes will be removed from the BBC website as part of a review of the corporation's online output, according to reports.
Two sisters living separate lives on opposite sides of the world have had an emotional first meeting after 64 years apart.
China's ICBC Standard Bank, the world's biggest bank by assets, agrees to buy a massive vault in London as it looks to grow its gold and precious metals business.
Southern rail conductors due to go on strike accuse operator Govia Thameslink of refusing to take part in talks.
A member of a group of World War Two pilots who were the subject of pioneering plastic surgery begins a campaign for a permanent tribute to the airmen.
A Renaissance masterpiece is returned to a complete painting for the first time in centuries following a 10-year restoration.
Pictures of the Queen, US president JFK and Pope John Paul II are released to mark 80 years of scheduled flights from Gatwick.
Labour MPs Luciana Berger and Steve Rotheram are believed to be considering running for a new mayoral role covering Liverpool and surrounding areas.
Primary and secondary schools in England struggling to recruit teachers spent £821m on supply staff last year, analysis by BBC News finds.
A Maori skull which has been held in a museum in Moray for more than 130 years is being returned to New Zealand.
The decline in Scotch whisky exports in recent years is showing signs of slowing, according to a report by the Scotch Whisky Association.
The Scottish Parliament is to formally vote for the country's next first minister - with Nicola Sturgeon certain to remain in the role.
The boss of one the world's largest oil companies, Total, says it will continue to invest in the UK and that oil and gas production in the North Sea has a future.
UK universities could find it harder to recruit international students if the UK leaves the EU, suggests a survey.
The tech start-up planning to shake up the legal world
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The government's White Paper on the future of higher education attracts headlines.
Nurses, paramedics and pharmacists should be trained to fill in for doctors and help the NHS in England cope with demand, bosses say.