Helen Bailey murder: Fiance Ian Stewart found guilty
The fiance of the suffocated children's author Helen Bailey has been found guilty of murder.
Shot soldier Anthony Williams in Le Mans challenge
A serviceman shot six times as he treated a casualty in Afghanistan is preparing to take part in the Le Mans 2020.
Labour deputy leader 'dabs' during PMQs
Labour's Tom Watson appears to perform the 'dab' dance move during Prime Minister's Questions.
Army needed 'to battle rhododendrons'
An Irish politician calls on the government to deploy soldiers to stop a rhododendron invasion.
What is a weather bomb?
Heard the term but not sure what it means? Chris Fawkes explains.
Duchess of Cambridge plays pool on Torfaen Wales visit
The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her pool-playing skills on a visit to a children's charity in south Wales.
Woman, 22, shortlisted as high street butcher of the year
A 22-year-old woman has found herself the only woman shortlisted in this year's Premier Young Butcher of the Year.
'Foreign spouse income deportation would leave us homeless'
The Supreme Court has upheld rules which prevent some British citizens' foreign spouses coming to the UK.
Shakespeare actors 1,600 miles apart use rehearsal 'window'
Shakespeare students are rehearsing their lines together - even though they are 1,600 miles apart.
The Premier League Show: Juan Mata fancies role as presenter
Manchester United's Juan Mata tells Gary Lineker he would love to take over as the presenter of Match of the Day when he retires from playing football.
Police pension widow 'made to choose between love or money'
Pension rules for police widows in Wales and England have been called "antiquated" and "manifestly unfair".
Stormzy: 'Awards don't define you'
Grime star Stormzy talks to BBC News about his music and global recognition ahead of the Brit Awards.
How British businesses lose £420m a week
British businesses could be losing out on a potential £420 million a week by failing to target disabled consumers.
Prince Harry: Best teachers go beyond text books
Prince Harry explains what he thinks the best teachers can do for pupils.
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells on being young and gay
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells tells Holyrood that coming to terms with being gay as a young teenager took her to a "dark and confusing place".
Pie-eating Sutton keeper Wayne Shaw resigns
Sutton United have accepted the resignation of reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, who is under investigation for potentially breaching betting rules.
Trafficking victim: 'I was raped and blindfolded underground'
'Anna' was trafficked from Albania into the UK last year by someone pretending to be her boyfriend.
Ordsall Chord: Manchester rail link bridge lifted into place
The 600 tonne bridge across the River Irwell will link Manchester's Victoria and Piccadilly stations.
Fearne Cotton talks about her struggle with depression
The TV and radio host has written a personal book on coping with depression.
IS claims British suicide bomber carried out Mosul attack
A British fighter who so-called Islamic State claim died in a suicide bombing in Iraq was a former detainee at Guantanamo Bay.
Yorkshire meerkats used for therapy in care homes
The therapy comes from watching the meerkats play and interact with each other in their playpen
Viking re-enactment marches through Sheringham
Vikings have marched through Sheringham to mark the town's historical links.
'I've just been kicked off the plane'
A Muslim teacher on a school trip posts a video to Snapchat of him being escorted off a US-bound plane.
Female Arctic expedition hopes to break the 'ice ceiling'
A team of British soldiers is hoping to become the first all-female group to cross Antarctica unsupported.
Shropshire school children get to keep bikes they make in school
The school workshop resembles a factory floor where bikes are being built for GCSE exams.
Leamington Spa sees 33 un-taxed cars clamped in two days
A crackdown on unpaid car tax is on the up, with one town seeing 33 cars clamped in two days.
Inside the first children's hospital to get top marks
This Birmingham hospital is the first of its kind to get top marks from inspectors.
Trump state visit: Protests outside as MPs debate petition
Protests take place in London as MPs debate whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK.
Radio 4 announces Hewlett's death
Eddie Mair of BBC Radio 4's PM programme announces the death of fellow Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett.
Breast cancer diagnosed after breastfeeding problem
When her baby boy stopped breastfeeding, Sarah Boyle insisted on a hospital scan.
Migrant workers join labour boycott
Migrant workers have signed up to a labour boycott to highlight the role they play in British society.
David Baddiel on impact of dad's dementia
Comedian David Baddiel has made a documentary about the impact of his father's rare form of dementia.
Leicester rugby players push ambulance stuck in mud
The ambulance got stuck after being called to help an an injured Aylestone St James player in Leicester.
Sky's not the limit: Glasgow's spaceport
Could the UK be going where it has never been before? Detailed plans to create the country's first spaceports are set to be unveiled.
The 'secrecy and shame' of having alcoholic parents
Labour MP Caroline Flint describes the "secrecy and shame" of having an alcoholic parent.
The people v Trump: Do Brits back him?
As MPs prepare to debate US President Donald Trump's state visit to the UK, the BBC asks people in Birmingham if the love or loathe him.
Spencer Oliver on boxer Michael Watson, after suspected car-jack
Former boxing champion Spencer Oliver describes the attack on friend and former boxer Michael Watson.
Great Yarmouth church saved by 'exploded' bric-a-brac
Chairs, records and toys are among the items dangling from the ceiling of St John's Church.
Dancing, drinking and snogging: The Wild Party kicks off new theatre for musicals
How a debauched all-nighter is kicking off proceedings at Andrew Lloyd Webber's newest theatre.