London attack: Khalid Masood identified as killer
Khalid Masood is identified as the man who carried out the attack, as the death toll rises to five.
Tributes pour in for murdered PC
His family described the 48-year-old as a "wonderful dad and husband, a loving son, brother and uncle".
Call for 'decently paid' maternity leave
The TUC says that while UK mothers get a relatively good amount of maternity leave, they fare much worse on pay.
Pro-settlement hardliner Friedman confirmed as US envoy to Israel
Daniel Friedman, a critic of the two-state solution, is approved by the Republican-led US Senate.
US healthcare bill: Trump issues Friday vote ultimatum
The president demands a make-or-break vote on Friday on a new health care bill to replace Obamacare.
British scientists claim major advance in TB treatment
Researchers are using genome sequencing to make sure patients get the right drugs more quickly.
Poor behaviour 'not taken seriously enough in schools'
Behaviour tsar Tom Bennett says the issue of poor behaviour in schools in England has not been taken seriously enough.
'Last' cockle man Dave Bartram cancer diagnosis after Nottingham attack
A 70-year-old says attackers "did him a favour" as assault led to his cancer being discovered.
Eurovision: Russia rejects offer for Julia Samoilova to perform 'via satellite'
Russian TV says the offer to allow Julia Samoilova to perform in Ukraine via satellite link is "strange".
'Burglar' found dead in Queensbury chemist roof space
Police said it appeared the man might have been there for several weeks.
Martin McGuinness 'was freedom fighter, not terrorist'
Thousands of mourners hear Gerry Adams claim Martin McGuinness was "not a terrorist" but a "freedom fighter".
Franz Beckenbauer questioned by prosecutors in 2006 World Cup fraud inquiry
The German football legend denies wrongdoing in a Swiss inquiry into the 2006 World Cup bid.
Toronto school board ends all new US trips for students
School officials say the "difficult" decision was made over uncertainty surrounding the travel ban.
London attack: What we know so far
Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
London attack: Trafalgar Square vigil for people to 'express solidarity'
The people of London and visitors to the city come together to remember the people who lost their lives.
London attack: Theresa May evacuated from Westminster
Footage obtained by the Sun shows Theresa May being hurried to safety during Wednesday's attack.
The route taken by Khalid Masood
Matthew Price reports from Westminster Bridge on the deadly sequence of events.
London attack: Student 'hit head-on' by car on Westminster Bridge
Travis Frain suffered fractures to his hand and leg when he was hit by a car on Westminster Bridge.
London attack: The heroes who rushed to help
There has been praise for the bravery of the emergency services and the public in the wake of the attack.
London attack: How man tried to save PC Keith Palmer
Tony Davis was the first person to reach PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the London attack.
London attack: 'Business as usual' for defiant MPs and commuters
MPs and ordinary Londoners vow to carry on as normal in the wake of a deadly terror attack on Parliament.
World watches as London 'stabbed in heart'
The attack outside the UK parliament has made headlines around the world
MP James Cleverly pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer
Conservative MP James Cleverly, who knew PC Keith Palmer, pays an emotional tribute in the Commons.
#WeStandTogether: London unites after Westminster attack
The people of London show their solidarity after the Westminster attack.
Witnesses describe shots and screaming
Witnesses describe how attack near the Houses of Parliament unfolded.
The Papers: 'The homegrown terrorist' and UK's 'defiant' response
Friday's newspapers focus on the the identity of the assailant behind the Westminster terror attack.
Half of word SLOW 'outside permitted area' on Boxford road
Contractors repainted the "SL" after they laid down cabling and resurfaced part of the road.
Could this be Britain's cheapest supermarket?
The average price of an item at Nifties in Dover is 60p.
People sign messages of hope on street art after London attack
Huge chalk drawings containing messages of peace and hope appear on the ground in Trafalgar Square.
JFK diary calls Hitler 'stuff of legends'
The 28-year-old future president wrote about the dictator after touring his mountain retreat.
The daredevils behind Russia's extreme photo craze
A number of young Russians are making names for themselves by posting videos of life-threatening stunts online.
Pinner school faces closure after chalk mine discovery
Geological surveys have found the ground beneath the Pinner Wood School is unstable.
Ryan Gosling explains Oscars giggling
The La La Land star was relieved the commotion over the best film mix-up was not "some kind of medical situation".
Britain's war protest images go on show
An exhibition marking the Imperial War Museum's centenary looks at how the British have protested against war.
Londoners share images of unity and strength after Westminster attack
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Japan's oldest cartoons shown to mark 100 years of anime
The oldest surviving anime was found in an antique shop in Osaka in 2008.
How do you draw a creature that humans have never seen?
An award-winning artist brings ancient fossil discoveries to life through illustrations.
Fanzara: Street art revives divided Spanish village
A Spanish village whose residents were at odds over a planned waste dump have overcome their differences with an art project that transformed it into an open-air gallery.
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BBC coverage of latest developments
Security and the world's seats of power
An attacker tried and failed to access Westminster - so what is security like in Paris, Berlin, Brussels and Washington DC?
Why Sangin's fall to the Taliban matters
The Taliban's capture of the crucial southern Afghan city of Sangin is highly significant.
Morse's Oxford: The city that inspired Colin Dexter
The death of Morse writer Colin Dexter is the final chapter in a lifelong love affair with the university city.
'What's mum got to be depressed about?'
A son reveals the reality of growing up with a depressed mum who is frequently hospitalised.
Life in the land of 'candle princesses'
Writer Eris Choo describes growing up dark-skinned in Malaysia among "candle princesses".
What Next tells us about shopkeepers' woes
Next - like its rivals - is battling many problems - unlike them it has spelt them out in full.
How an obscure seed is helping to save the elephant
A look at how the seed of a South American tree is increasingly being used as an alternative to ivory.
Spain's female bodyguards who protect abused women
The story of Ana, a victim of domestic violence, and how an organisation of women bodyguards came to her help.
Is it safe to drink Fanta and Sprite in Nigeria?
A recent court case in Nigeria highlights concerns that locally made drinks may be considered unsafe for human consumption.
Reality Check: Why are women working past 70?
The proportion of women working into their 70s has doubled in the past four years, to 11%.
Lewis Hamilton fastest in first F1 practice in Australia
Lewis Hamilton leads a Mercedes one-two in first practice as a new era of Formula 1 started in familiar fashion at the Australian GP.
British Swimming: Bullying claims by Paralympians are investigated
British Swimming is conducting an investigation after multiple bullying claims by Paralympians about a coach, the BBC learns.
David Haye told to explain pre-Tony Bellew fight behaviour
David Haye is called before boxing authorities to explain his behaviour in the build-up to his bout with Tony Bellew.
Lukas Podolski: England 'used to play like a rugby team'
England used to be "like a rugby" team but have a brighter future because they "play more football now", says ex-Germany forward Lukas Podolski.