The former member of the Adams Family gang says he doesn't have the funds to repay £651,611.
Final-year medical students at Glasgow University will have to resit an exam after evidence of "collusion" was uncovered.
An electrician who had his £200 tools sold for £1 in a Cardiff cat charity shop has them returned.
The government is to respond to fears a police risk assessment form has been used in a "racist" way to target grime artists, the BBC understands.
MTR will run one of the UK's biggest franchises along with First Group.
The deadline to form of a new power-sharing executive is approaching with no prospect of agreement.
The Brighton viewing tower has been plagued with problems since it opened last August.
The culture minister is to look into a controversial police risk assessment form, known as Form 696.
Women with endometriosis aren't getting diagnosed quickly enough and treatment is "unacceptable", say MPs.
Theresa May promises to "bring people together" ahead of talks with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
BT hit with £42m fine and agrees to repay telecoms firms for delays in installing high-speed lines.
Threats of £120 fines did not put parents off as almost a million children missed school.
About half of a £2bn boost from the 2014 Autumn Statement was spent outside the NHS, research finds.
Omid - who suffers an incurable, but not terminal, condition - aims to take his case to the High Court.
The scale of "fake research" in the UK appears to have been underestimated, a BBC investigation suggests.
The rules on junk food advertising should also be tougher, MPs on the Health Select Committee say.
Virtual reality tours of WW1 battlefields offer students a different type of history lesson.
A third of homebuyers in England have to rely on money from their family, says a new report.
Single mothers have often been stigmatised and denounced. Cherry Healey explains why she's proud to be one.
Some studies suggest taking your pet to the office has its benefits.