The number of drivers caught using a mobile phone behind the wheel has almost halved in four years, the BBC can reveal.
Every day 320 million litres of water travels 73 miles from Wales to Birmingham to fill kettles, baths and boilers. But why does it come so far?
Government plans to restrict the use of bail in England and Wales for suspects who have not been charged are "dangerous", policing experts say.
A survey suggests business confidence in Scotland has shown signs of improvement, with the weak pound helping boost the tourist industry.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon is due to formally reopen Scotland's last major steelworks in Lanarkshire.
A year after the last steel mill on Teesside shut its doors, how has the community been coping?
From the Financial Times to the Daily Star, the face of Sam Allardyce - now no longer England's football coach - dominates Wednesday's newspapers.
After 67 days in charge of the England team, Sam Allardyce has left by mutual agreement following newspaper allegations of conduct "inappropriate of the England manager".
Oldham has traditionally been an electoral stronghold for Labour, but the party is facing a mounting challenge from UKIP.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to tell the party end the "trench warfare" and prepare for an early general election when he delivers his conference speech.
Sam Allardyce leaves his post as England manager by mutual agreement with the FA after one match and 67 days in charge.
Sam Allardyce has left his post as England manager by mutual agreement with the Football Association after one match and 67 days in charge.
A blue topaz stone, thought to be the largest-ever, is to go on permanent loan to the Natural History Museum in London.
Lord Sugar has said he would like the BBC to commission a new programme focusing on the progress of past winners of The Apprentice.
More than 150 people are prevented from giving blood at an event in Belfast aimed at encouraging people from the Indian community to donate.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he is not a supporter of nuclear weapons amid questions about Trident renewal.
A brood of balding battery chickens have poultry pullovers knitted for them to protect them from wintry weather.
A council will not offer a used nappy collection service for children over three, saying most should be potty trained by that age.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says England boss Sam Allardyce needs to be allowed to defend himself, following allegations in a newspaper.
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