A Private Member's Bill targeting those who falsely wear war medals gets a second reading.
Steph Leese, also known as the Pink Plasterer, is the only female plasterer working in Merseyside.
Monthly government borrowing fell by more than expected to £4.8bn thanks to record tax revenues in October.
President-elect Donald Trump says Nigel Farage would make a good UK ambassador to the US.
The Electoral Commission opens an investigation into UKIP over claims it misspent EU funds.
Dr Meirion Thomas says patients should have to prove they are eligible for NHS treatment
Anti-fracking campaigners go to the High Court to bid for a ruling a council acted unlawfully in approving test drilling.
Dementia is now the leading cause of death in England and Wales, but the proportion of people with dementia is falling. How is this explained?
Sir Mike Rake says he is working with the government to deliver broadband to remote areas
Two fans hide overnight in toilets at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium in an attempt to watch a game the following day.
Wendy Mitchell, who has early onset dementia, told the Victoria Derbyshire programme how her benefits have stopped following a reassessment.
Snooker's only black professional, Rory McLeod, says the sport's governing body is "not doing anything" to attract more black players to the sport.
Meet Lee, one of millions of JAMs: people who 'Just About Manage'.
Brexit Secretary David Davis is to meet the European Parliament's chief negotiator in Strasbourg.
The mobile optician who comes to you if you have have trouble leaving the house.
A former NHS psychiatrist tells Newsbeat that homeless people with mental illnesses are being left to suffer because services aren't willing to have them sectioned.
Thousands of people living with degenerative conditions are losing part or all of their disability benefits after being reassessed.
UK teenagers drink enough sugar every year to fill a bath with fizzy cola, a Cancer Research UK study suggests.
Patients could be asked to show proof of identity before they are treated, says health chief.
UK author Jeanette Winterson helps school children re-imagine the fairy tale for a new generation.