Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage
Theresa May welcomes "important step" and calls for "rapid progress" on transition discussions.
Student Liam Allan 'betrayed' after rape trial collapse
Police are accused of failing to disclose vital phone records to the defence before the trial.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry on 19 May 2018
In a break with royal tradition, the wedding is being held on a Saturday rather than a weekday.
Salford fatal fire: Family 'won't be broken'
The children's mother remains in hospital in a coma "bandaged from head to foot".
Corrie Mckeague: Reward to find missing airman doubles
RAF airman Corrie Mckeague was last seen in September 2016 during a night out in Suffolk.
The drunk passengers who fall on to rail tracks
Network Rail has released video of inebriated people falling on to rail tracks.
Driver dies after school bus crash in Aberdeenshire
Several children escaped with minor injuries after a school bus crashed on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Schools told not to dismiss sexual harassment 'as banter'
The Women and Equalities Committee said new guidance was a "belated step in the right direction".
Unilever sells margarine business for £6bn
The Anglo-Dutch firm is selling brands including Flora and ProActiv to the private equity giant.
Fall pensioner in six-hour wait for ambulance
A 95-year-old man spent six hours in agony waiting for an ambulance after breaking his hip.
Britvic confirms Norwich factory closure
The manufacturer of Robinsons and Fruit Shoot is to move manufacturing to three other sites.
Tewkesbury homes without water after pipe burst
About 10,000 homes and businesses are without water and schools are closed in Tewkesbury.
Boy, four, left on school bus tried to walk home
The four-year-old was left on school transport in a bus depot and then tried to find his way home.
In Pictures: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2017
The Winners are in for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Hugh Jackman's novelty top hat trick
The Australian actor performed the trick for the "6,000th" time and described how he'd be spending Christmas.
Paternoster: The rare lift that went over the top
As one of the last examples of a unique lift closes in Leicester, is it hasta la vista Paternoster?
Bin man struggles on the ice
Life can be tough if you are a bin lorry worker in the winter
Booze calculator: What's your drinking nationality?
How does your drinking measure up to the average from countries around the world?
7 days quiz: Who did George Clooney give $14m to?
7 days quiz: Who did George Clooney give $14m to?
The choir that can never sing together
The Christmas song recorded by singers at risk of serious infection if they meet face-to-face.
Christmas Jumpers Day: Families, offices and animals get festive
Families, offices and even chickens are donning seasonal jumpers to raise cheers and money for good causes.
How to tell your partner or ex you have an STI
Dr Sara Kayat gives us her top tips for telling a partner or ex you have an STI.
Christmas: Shoddy santas, grotty grottos and terrifying toys
A look through the BBC archives at the less wonderful side of Christmas.
Newspaper headlines: Disney deal and 'deadly' festive flu
A £49bn deal with 21st Century Fox features on Friday's front pages, as well as a winter flu warning.
'Youthquake' declared word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries
Oxford Dictionaries says the word, coined in the 1960s, sums up millennials driving political change.
What Question Time made of Brexit vote defeat
The last Question Time of 2017 was dominated by exchanges over Brexit - so what happened?
Behind the scenes of Brighton Rock
Images of lead actors Richard Attenborough and Carol Marsh taking time out during filming.
How Greenland would look without its ice sheet
Scientists stitch together decades of survey data to reveal a hidden world of mountains and canyons.
Grenfell memorial: Key moments
Survivors of the tower fire which claimed 71 lives attend a memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral.
Airbus A380 draws giant Christmas tree over Germany
An Airbus pilot has festive fun flying in the shape of a Christmas tree on a test flight over Germany.
Chinese visitors left furious by 'fake' butterfly exhibition
A visitor said he had travelled 100km to see the exhibit, but felt he had been "cheated".
The pig farmer taking on Tesco
Richard Baugh addresses concerns about supermarkets using "fake farm" brands
Is it game over for Brexit?
The government lost a key vote, and it's a big deal.
Lambeth Palace: The home of the Archbishop of Canterbury
Take a tour of the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
How net neutrality affects you
An Obama-era law that protects "net neutrality" is repealed by a US regulator, so what does it mean?
'Flat-chested' K-pop star responds to 'cruel' body comments
Online critics said she didn't look right for K-pop, but Amber Liu from girl group f(x) is fighting back.
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Could Russia cut undersea communication cables?
As the UK's top military officer raises fears, what would happen if Russia cut undersea cables?
Brexit: Guidelines for the next stage of talks
What are the key phrases in the Brexit guidelines and what do they mean?
Meet the women leading our public bodies
The government wants more women on the boards of public bodies - what challenges do they face?
Do power naps like Ronnie O'Sullivan's do any good?
Snooker's Ronnie O'Sullivan nodded off during a Scottish Open match and won. Did extra sleep help him?
Migrants in Germany: Should they be paid to go home?
Berlin is offering asylum seekers thousands of euros to retrace their steps - but is it ethical?
My father fought the CIA's secret war in Laos
A journalist looks for the truth of his father's role in one of the largest clandestine missions in US history.
China's Class of 1977: I took an exam that changed China
China's 1977 college entrance exams brought in a generation that would change the country forever.
Pitch Perfect: Hollywood's surprising success story
The movies may have been successful, but they also remain unique in the film industry.
Lock out: The Austrian hotel that was hacked four times
The internet of things poses new threats to our security, so how should we be fighting back?
The mystery of the baby in the box
Robin was abandoned as a baby 74 years ago. Now thanks to DNA and his daughter's detective work he finally knows where he came from.
Brexit: Can Leavers and Remainers call a Christmas truce?
We asked Brexiteers to name one good thing about the EU - and Remainers to do the same about Brexit.
Yemen's capital more divided than ever
Nawal al-Maghafi finds the clashes between former allies in the civil war have destroyed parts of Sanaa.
Acting on Australia's landmark abuse inquiry
Few countries have confronted child abuse as comprehensively, but practical questions remain.
Ashes: England's Jonny Bairstow says 'headbutt' celebration 'light-hearted fun'
England's Jonny Bairstow says his 'headbutt' celebration on reaching a century in the third Ashes Test was "light-hearted fun".
Chris Froome: Pat McQuaid says Briton's adverse drugs test is a 'disaster' for cycling
Chris Froome's adverse drugs test is a "disaster" for cycling that could lose Team Sky all its credibility, says former UCI president Pat McQuaid.
Chris Froome: Sir Bradley Wiggins' wife 'sorry' for comments about Team Sky rider
The wife of five-time Olympic champion Sir Bradley Wiggins apologises after her attack on Chris Froome on social media.
Pint-sized Ashes: Australia strike back on day two
Steve Smith's unbeaten 92 helps Australia reach 203-3, trailing England by 200 in the third Ashes Test in Perth.
Jonnie Peacock: BBC Sports Personality 2017 contender
Runner defended his title at the World Para-athletics Championships - profile of Sports Personality nominee.