Theresa May warns EU of 'pattern of Russian aggression'
The EU summit is also expected to see leaders agree on the terms for a Brexit transition period.
Westminster attack: Tobias Ellwood recalls 'eerie' silence
A year after the Westminster attack, Tobias Ellwood recalls telling his son about trying to save PC Palmer's life.
London father cleared over FGM offences
A jury finds the man did not organise for his nine-year-old daughter to undergo FGM to punish her.
UK passports 'to be made in France after Brexit'
The existing UK manufacturer says it will be replaced by a Franco-Dutch one after Brexit.
Gay priest Jeremy Pemberton's discrimination appeal dismissed
Jeremy Pemberton went to the Court of Appeal after an employment tribunal panel rejected his claim.
Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour's local election bid
Voters should use the chance to tell the Tories they want a change in direction, says Jeremy Corbyn.
Cambridge Analytica: Information commissioner's warrant bid delayed
The move by the information commissioner is part of a wider investigation into political campaigning.
Duchess carries out last duties before maternity leave
Catherine is joined by William in celebrating the Commonwealth as part of her final royal engagements.
Police can take days to respond to 999 calls, says report
Some victims of domestic violence have to wait days to be seen by police, a report says.
Zoe Ball 'overwhelmed' by response to Sport Relief documentary
The presenter's Hardest Road Home documentary is hailed by viewers as "amazing" and "inspirational".
Pavilion Theatre saved after 'inferno' in Glasgow nightclub block
A fire chief has described entering the blaze in Victoria's nightclub as "facing a blowtorch".
Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero surprise Manchester City academy players
Sergio Aguero brings Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi to Manchester City's under-7s training session, and the kids look stunned.
'Hero' MP's emotional terror attack defiance
"It's the good people that win", says Tory MP Tobias Ellwood.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
James Dunmore lost his two sisters to cystic fibrosis
Made In Chelsea star James Dunmore has told BBC 5 live that he lost two sisters to cystic fibrosis.
Police: Are black knife deaths being ignored?
A top officer fears people aren't outraged enough because of the race of the victims.
What the sugar content in your muffin looks like
BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire measures out the sugar that can be found in a typical muffin.
Kingsnorth Power station chimney reduced to rubble
One of the most prominent landmarks in Kent has been reduced to rubble in a controlled explosion.
Justin Welby 'learned to be ashamed again' of the Church
Justin Welby gives his evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
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Police not fooled by 'plonker's' Del Boy driving licence
Officers seized the car and reported the driver to court for having no insurance.
Facebook data: What the social media giant knows about you
Downloading your Facebook data is dead easy - and very revealing, as Newsbeat's De'Graft Mensah found out.
Westminster Bridge attack victim's sister refuses to dwell on killer
Andreea Cristea fell into the river during the Westminster Bridge attack and died later in hospital.
Kim Wilde says aliens inspired her pop comeback
The 80s pop star describes seeing a UFO in her back garden, and reveals how that inspired her album.
Was Claire's the ultimate accessory for tweens?
As the high street chain reveals money troubles, a 90s tween looks back with purple-tinted glasses.
How do companies use my loyalty card data?
With data privacy is in the spotlight, how do retailers use the data gathered from loyalty cards?
Coronation Street: The story behind David Platt's rape
The actor at the centre of the storyline "can't stress the importance" of why it needs to be aired.
'My 3,000 calorie-a-day addiction to energy drinks rules my life'
Emma Forrest gets up five times a night to satisfy her cravings and stockpiles cans of the drinks.
Woman, 100: 'I don't dress like an old girl'
Centenarian Sadie Cox shares her life and beauty tips following pleas on social media.
'Everybody thinks it's only boys who join gangs'
Nequela Whittaker was once a feared gang leader in south London - now she tries to stop other young girls from taking that path.
Food festivals: Celebrating the great and good of food
Cheese or chocolate? Honey or oysters? The UK is home to festivals dedicated to favourite foods.
How Agatha Christie's Ordeal by Innocence was re-shot
The BBC period drama was re-shot with a new actor following allegations against actor Ed Westwick.