The Match of the Day host says he's got "a bit of a spanking" on Twitter after making comments about child refugees.
A woman asked people to stop booing her when she said she no longer felt welcome in the UK since the EU referendum.
As Theresa May marks her first 100 days in office, how does her performance shape up compared with her predecessors?
A student says her university's handling of her sexual assault complaint made everything "so much worse".
Wales falls silent as the country remembers the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 144 people - 116 of them children - died.
Aberdeen plays host to an unusual visitor which generates social media interest - a Norwegian submarine.
A flotilla of Russian warships is passing through the English Channel en route to Syria.
A young refugee in Calais whose plight reduced singer Lily Allen to tears meets his father for the first time in 10 years after arriving in the UK.
George Osborne says he made "mistakes" in the EU referendum campaign and failed to understand the anger felt by many Leave voters.
Online gambling firms may be breaking the law by making it very difficult for players to collect their winnings, the competition regulator says.
On 21 October 1966, 116 children and 28 adults in Aberfan, south Wales were killed after a waste tip collapsed.
Newly published guidelines urge universities to take a zero-tolerance approach to sexual violence and harassment.
The Ministry of Defence says the first of four submarines to replace the present Trident nuclear missile fleet will be named Dreadnought, echoing famous ships of the past.
Black Mirror writer Charlie Brooker says his own experience of being "trolled" by the public influenced one of the latest episodes of the acclaimed series which deals with hatred on social media.
The debate about child migrants continues in Friday's newspapers, as former footballer Gary Lineker is criticised for his reaction to the story.
At the Internet Watch Foundation, a team of 12 analysts spend their days viewing hundreds of images of child sexual abuse in order to block content - and even help rescue some abused children. BBC News finds out what doing the job is like.
A teenage girl with mental health problems describes her "terrifying" experience of being cared for on an adult ward.
Police are accused of "blocking or delaying" a review into the death of a six-month-old girl killed in a dog attack.
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BBC East Midlands' Inside Out team follows the story of a campaigning young woman who has lived with brain tumours all her life.