Award-winning filmmaker Ken Loach criticises the current crop of TV period dramas for indulging in "fake nostalgia".
Head teachers write to Theresa May to warn that a funding crisis could make schools reduce school hours, lay off staff or stop teaching some subjects.
Thousands of patients taken to hospital by ambulance face long delays before being seen by accident and emergency staff, figures for England show.
The newspapers feature a variety of stories on Tuesday's front pages, including the appearance of Sir Cliff Richard before MPs and the latest in the search for missing Ben Needham.
Britain's Olympic and Paralympic stars are being honoured in London with a celebration in Trafalgar Square later.
A police officer heading a cold case unit says a law requiring police to destroy DNA samples is allowing criminals to go free.
A three-day strike by staff on Southern rail begins with hundreds of trains cancelled.
A mental health trust underestimated the risk posed by its patients and sometimes did not act on threats to harm others, a review of 10 killings finds.
Firms are increasingly using game play to encourage greater engagement from customers and staff - but does gamification work?
Sooner or later, the downward pressure on the pound since the UK's Brexit vote is expected to lead to upward pressure on the prices of most things we buy.
Horse chestnut trees are being attacked by a combination of pests and diseases which could cause the conker to vanish
Self-employed workers are typically paid less today than they were 20 years ago, according to research from the Resolution Foundation.
A family of rare white squirrels are living in a suburb of Edinburgh.
UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe, who spent three nights in hospital after a row with a party colleague, is quitting the party, saying it is in a "death spiral".
A woman who was stuck in her bath for four days was rescued after a waitress realised she had not been in for her regular lunch.
Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic stars parade through Manchester to celebrate their record-breaking performances at Rio 2016.
Sir Cliff Richard has told MPs and peers he will be "forever tainted" by false claims of sexual abuse - and the subsequent media coverage.
The Archbishop of York defends the decision to sack all 30 of York Minister's bell-ringers claiming they showed "repeated disregard" for its safeguarding and other policies.
UKIP MEP Stephen Woolfe recalls what happened to him after he collapsed following an altercation at a party meeting in the European Parliament.
The construction of the UK's £200m polar research ship, the RRS Sir David Attenborough has formally begun at the Cammell Laird Shipyard in Birkenhead.