Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond arrested
Police said that a 64-year-old man had been charged and a report would be sent to prosecutors.
Brexit: Stop playing to Brexit 'bad boys' TUC chief tells May
Frances O'Grady urges the PM to "start listening" to workers' concerns over Brexit after No 10 meeting.
Crime figures: Violent crime recorded by police rises by 19%
The number of homicides - including murder and manslaughter - also rose by 14%.
Secondary tables - poor pupils behind for next 70 years
League tables go live and the BBC reveals how long it could take for poorer pupils to do as well as the rest.
Speedboat killer: Charlotte Brown's family angry at TV interview
Charlotte Brown's sister says her family was angered by Jack Shepherd's TV interview in Georgia.
'High' survival for many cancers diagnosed at stages 1-3
Ten-year survival rates are highest for skin cancer and lowest for lung cancer in England, data suggests.
Emiliano Sala: Missing Cardiff City footballer search continues
Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson have been missing since Monday.
Boris Johnson received £10,000 from JCB before Brexit speech
The construction giant will also pay former Brexit secretary David Davis £60,000 for 20 hours' work.
County lines: Weapons and drugs seized in police raids
More than 200 officers raided 23 properties in a bid to disrupt "county lines" drug networks.
Amanda Knox's rights violated in Italy murder probe, ECHR says
Italy is told to pay damages to Amanda Knox, who spent years in prison for murder before acquittal.
Tesco and Carrefour to trial refillable container scheme
The supermarket is set to test a scheme based on refillable rather than recyclable containers.
Fireworks display of Ashbourne man's ashes refused by council
Mick Finnikin told friends of his wish to "go out with a bang in a rocket" before he died.
Brexit: What does no deal mean?
There's still no certainty over an agreement for the UK's departure from the EU.
Mum trains family dog to aid disabled daughter
Pepsi, a Labrador-cross, helps Izzy who was born 16 weeks premature.
'The perception was women didn't fly aircraft'
EasyJet's newest female pilot says the industry is "working hard" to attract more women to the role.
When football and politics mix
A look back at moments when UK politicians have tangled with the beautiful game.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd arrest 'really good news'
Charlotte Brown's father Graham feels an “overwhelming sense of emotion” following the arrest.
Conjoined twins Marieme and Ndeye Ndiaye are living in the UK
Conjoined twins Marieme and Ndye Ndiaye have an uncertain future after moving from Senegal to the UK.
Instagram 'helped kill my daughter'
After Molly Russell took her own life, her family found distressing material through her Instagram account.
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BBC coverage of latest developments
Newspaper headlines: Fugitive held and plane tragedy fallout
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd and the disappearance of Emiliano Sala's plane make the front pages.
Why workers agree with Prince William
These people say the duke is right: we should be talking about mental health at work.
Speedboat killer: Charlotte Brown was 'best friend you could have asked for'
Charlotte Brown was killed in a speedboat accident - her best friend Charlotte Hare remembers her.
Knife crime: 'I'll never forget the day I found out what happened to Michael?'
In November 2017, 16-year-old Jhemar Jonas's brother Michael was stabbed to death in south London. Nobody has been convicted of the 17-year-old's murder.
UK team drills record West Antarctic hole
The British Antarctic Survey puts instruments 2km under the surface of the Rutford Ice Stream.
'Super poo donors' wanted
Some people appear to have extra special poo, rich in good bugs, that could help mend sick patients.
Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU
Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.
Eurovision Song Contest 2019: BBC reveals this year's hopefuls
Three songs and six contestants are vying to represent the UK at Eurovision. Here's how they sound.
'I've spent a house deposit on fillers'
Why do people have fillers - and what are the regulations concerning injectable procedures?