Grimsby Town fans 'had to show bras' to Stevenage security
Grimsby Town fans were "treated as animals" by security staff at a League Two match, it is claimed.
Duchy of Cornwall was warned of Crantock beach death risk
Oneil Din, 27, died after getting caught in a rip current at a Cornish beach.
Unpaid Dart Charge fines: Nick Freeman says UK is 'soft' on foreign drivers
Celebrity lawyer "Mr Loophole" says the UK is sending a bad message to Europe over unpaid fines.
Appeal to find Minahil Ladicova, 4, missing from Derby
Police said although she is believed to be with family members, there are "concerns for her welfare".
Man airlifted after Portland 40ft cliff fall
Paramedics and coastguards hacked through dense undergrowth to get to the casualty
MPs to gather for Big Ben's bongs ahead of silencing
The famous clock's Great Bell is to be silenced until 2021 to allow repairs to be completed.
NHS call for equality over private hospitals' tax break
NHS Trusts demand the same 80% rebate granted to those private hospitals that register as charities.
Ministers 'must act on faulty white goods fire risk'
In a letter to Theresa May, the London Fire Brigade and others say white goods must be made safer.
Newton-le-Willows death: Teenager charged with murder
Richard Percival, known locally as Dickie, died because of a blow to the back of the head, police say.
Bedlington fatal crash: Man to appear in court
Nineteen-year-old Bethany Fisher was killed in the crash in Bedlington, Northumberland, on Saturday.
One hurt in explosion on houseboat in Bristol harbour
Police told the BBC a gas canister on board the boat was being changed when the blast occurred.
Baby born size of mum's hand fronts £2m hospital appeal
Arlo Watson features in the Birmingham Children's Hospital ambulance appeal.
Town 'in lockdown' amid disorder
Extra police patrol Cromer, where some pubs and shops remained closed after weekend trouble.
Tour of Britain race in Mansfield where cyclists banned
Cyclists face fines if they are caught riding in certain areas of the town.
Cornwall tourist caught in rip current 'inspirational'
Oneil Din, 27, from Coventry, was swept out to sea while swimming at Crantock near Newquay.
Train derails as it departs London Paddington station
It is the second time a train has partially come off the tracks at a London station in one week.
Care homes probed 'after deaths'
Inspections take place and police investigate as "significant safeguarding concerns" are raised.
Dad gets tattoo of brain shunt after daughter's surgery
Briar Hickenbottom-Marriott says she doesn't feel lonely any more after her dad's show of support.
Owl Boo Boo has legs put in splints due to rare disorder
The baby eagle owl will have to live in specially adapted accommodation for the rest of her life.
Sailors embark on round-the-world race from Liverpool
Amateur sailors set sail in the year-long circumnavigation of the globe.
Wakefield multi-storey car park demolished
The car park in Wakefield has been destroyed to make way for redevelopment work.
Woman, 90, on sixth degree 'addicted' to studying
Joy Gibson, from Stratford-upon-Avon, re-entered academia at the age of 59.
Yorkshire Young Sinfonia swaps sheet music for tablets
The group believes it is the first youth orchestra in the world to switch from paper to digital scores.
Nellie Spindler: WWI nurse death centenary marked in Leeds
Nellie Spindler is one of two British women killed during World War One to be buried in Belgium.
Beatles' original Eleanor Rigby score up for auction
Written by Paul McCartney and signed by producer George Martin, it is expected to fetch £20,000.
'I felt awful'
A bacterial infection spread through the former England rugby player's body after he was bitten.
Sites for sore eyes
From the Angel of the North to Didcot Power Station, BBC News takes a tour of some the landmarks that signify journey's end.
England's Big Picture: 14 - 20 August
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England
As entertainer Michael Barrymore is awarded damages for unlawful arrest, BBC News examines his rise and fall.
London Midland has lost its rail franchise - here are the things you wanted to know.
England v West Indies: Why are West Indies so poor - and can problems be fixed?
Just how bad are the current West Indies side, why have they slumped so low, and is there any chance of a return to their former glories?
Steve McClaren joins Maccabi Tel Aviv as coaching consultant
Former England manager Steve McClaren joins Israeli club Maccabi Tel Aviv as a coaching consultant.
Britain's Alex Dowsett to leave Movistar for Katusha-Alpecin
Five-time British time trial champion Alex Dowsett will leave Spanish team Movistar at the end of the season to ride for Swiss outfit Katusha-Alpecin.
EFL Cup third-round draw will take place in Beijing at 04:15 BST
The EFL Cup third-round draw will take place in Beijing on Thursday at 04:15 BST.