An inmate stabbed to death in HMP Pentonville was a 21-year-old who had recently become a father, it emerges.
A prisoner is convicted of battering his cellmate to death with a flat screen television.
A jury is shown CCTV footage of an alleged serial killer meeting a man in east London he is accused of murdering hours later.
The Birmingham-based father of a young refugee, whose plight reduced singer Lily Allen to tears, has said he is ready to 'embrace' his son.
A mother of two who is battling a rare form of cancer says she is "amazed" at the response to a bucket list of things she wants to achieve before she dies.
A midwife whose failings contributed to the death of a baby boy in Cumbria is banned from practising.
A man jailed for manslaughter wins his battle against deportation after the Supreme Court ruled he was being discriminated against because his parents were unmarried.
A double murder investigation is launched as police link the find of a body in a bin with another death in the same Luton street.
A garden gnome is being used in a one-man photographic campaign to improve road drainage.
Two British warships have been sent to shadow a Russian aircraft carrier and other Russian naval ships heading towards the UK.
Highly skilled workers may be exempt from the government's planned immigration controls, Chancellor Philip Hammond says.
Child migrants coming to the UK will not face dental checks to verify their age, says the government, as dozens of new arrivals are brought to Britain.
A seven-year-old girl dies after being hit by a skip lorry as she crossed a road in Coventry.
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May clash on NHS funding during Prime Minister's Questions, as the PM also faces questions on Brexit and the child abuse inquiry.
Sale Sharks players are rescued by a fire crew after they get stuck in a lift before their 30-3 defeat by Bath on Friday.
Theresa May tells MPs it would have been wrong for her to intervene when concerns were raised about the child abuse inquiry while she was home secretary.
A complaint from a Channel 4 presenter about a column written by Kelvin MacKenzie in The Sun newspaper is not upheld.
The Army apologises after posting what many people online consider to be a racist tweet.
The Speaker intervenes when the PM seems to know too much about Peter Bone's birthday.
A woman's Facebook rant about being overcharged in John Lewis for an apple for her child is shared thousands of times.