Tory MP Bernard Jenkin claims David Cameron watered down union reforms to ensure their support the EU referendum, telling MPs "this stinks".
Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho is given a 30-day suspension as Uefa open disciplinary proceedings following a failed drugs test.
Neal Hatley will leave Premiership club Bath to become England scrum coach at the end of the season.
Ken Livingstone is suspended by the Labour Party over comments he made while defending an MP at the centre of an anti-Semitism row.
Families of football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster are pursuing High Court misconduct action against the South Yorkshire and West Midlands police forces, it emerges.
The UK joins the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in suspending funding to Mozambique over more than $1bn (£700m) of undisclosed debts.
A passenger plane thought to have been struck as it approached Heathrow airport was probably not hit by a drone after all, the government says.
Some probation staff monitoring offenders in England and Wales are handling more than 70 cases at a time, a report finds.
Potential buyers of Tata Steel UK have said they would not be willing to take on the company's pensions liabilities, Business Secretary Sajid Javid says.
Forecasters issue warnings for snow in many parts of Scotland as a dip in April temperatures continues.
Claims against the Sun newspaper by phone-hacking victims can go ahead, a High Court judge rules.
UK Sport asks British Cycling to investigate "as a matter of urgency" claims official kit is being sold online for profit.
A couple living near Bristol are told to restrain their cat or face having their mail deliveries suspended.
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A man has died after a "chemical incident" at a house on the Isle of Wight, police say.
Smokers should be encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit, says Dr Nick Hopkinson of the Royal College of Physicians.
The owners of Newport docks lodge an official objection against the proposed route of the £1bn M4 relief road.
A new report, Degree of Debt, looks at where in the English-speaking world students can rack up the highest amount of debt, and BBC News asks: "Is it worth it?"
David Cameron and a former union chief call for a vote to stay in the EU - but the employment minister says leaving would allow businesses to prosper.
As various parts of the UK experience snow and hail storms, the BBC's John Maguire reports on the holidaymakers not afraid to brave the cold.