NHS England specialist director Professor Keith Willett rejects claims from the Red Cross that there is a "humanitarian crisis" in its hospitals in England.
Premier League sides Bournemouth, Stoke City and West Brom are knocked out of the FA Cup by lower league opposition in the third round.
Two people are arrested after a smoke bomb is let off during a protest outside Harrods department store.
The Red Cross is warning there is a "humanitarian crisis" in its hospitals in England, something the NHS denies.
Rescue teams find a body in their search for missing Powys jogger David Skeen.
A man who lost part of his face in a cycling accident has his jaw rebuilt with the help of a 3D printer.
A Tube strike is to go ahead after the biggest rail union, the RMT, walked out of talks.
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams says his party will act if the first minister does not respond to the wishes of society over the Renewable Heat Incentive fiasco.
Counter-terror police in Edinburgh investigate allegations a Kurdish rebel group is being financed from the city.
A gang of boys, some thought to be as young as nine, leave a man with cracked ribs in a "cowardly" mugging.
Wayne Rooney becomes Man Utd's joint all-time leading scorer as Jose Mourinho's side reach the FA Cup fourth round with victory over Reading.
Reading goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi makes a horrible mistake to gift Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford a second goal during the Red Devils' 4-0 FA Cup third-round win at Old Trafford.
People going to A&E instead of the dentist could be costing the NHS as much as £18m a year, research finds.
Sir Ivan Rogers resigns from the civil service, days after quitting his role as the UK's EU ambassador.
Black Sabbath founder Tony Iommi swaps his heavy metal roots for an ecclesiastical project by writing and producing a piece of choral music.
Dr Mark Holland says predictions of "a winter from hell" in England's NHS hospitals are coming true.
BBC Breakfast presenter Jon Kay accidentally introduces the wrong guest during the programme.
Police are "extremely concerned" about a woman who has gone missing with her four-year-old son.
Sir Andrew Cook warns he will stop funding the party if the UK leaves the single market.
A woman who received a mysterious thank you letter is trying to unite it with the intended receivers.