One of the original suspects in the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry is on the run from police.
Former Tory chancellor Lord Lawson is named chairman of a group campaigning for the UK to leave the EU.
A woman found dead in a house near Leeds died of head injuries while her two children were stabbed to death, tests show.
A detective accused of giving a misleading account of an interview with Andrew Mitchell during the "plebgate" affair is cleared of misconduct.
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Nearly 14,000 disabled people who rely on a specialist motoring scheme have had their cars taken away following government welfare changes.
A family from Surrey are homeless after a fire in their tumble dryer destroyed their home, weeks after they had contacted the manufacturer to report their concerns.
Police probe allegations that prominent Mulsims at Scotland's largest mosque were threatened amid an ongoing internal dispute.
The UK should cease arms sales to Saudi Arabia while claims of humanitarian law breaches are investigated, say MPs.
Who are the big hitters who will leave a trail of destruction in their wake over the next six weeks? BBC Sport picks its top six.
Shakespeare's Globe theatre performs Hamlet for migrants at the camp in Calais known as the "Jungle" on Wednesday.
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British Airways will resume flights to Tehran from July, its parent company said on Wednesday.
An investigation begins into the death of a prisoner who had previously been the victim of police brutality.
A pub customer claims a rat ran up his leg and took a chip out of his hand while he was eating.
A black woman's death in a UK jail prompts a surge of anger online
Can they? Will they? Many people want Leicester to win the Premier League - BBC Sport looks at reasons why they should.
The first rocket launched into space from UK soil is fired from a missile range in the Western Isles.
A death certificate for British peer Lord Lucan, missing since 1974, is granted to his son by a High Court judge.
The first ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland urge David Cameron not to hold an EU referendum in June, saying it will "distract" from devolved elections taking place in May.