Cambridge Analytica: Warrant sought to inspect company
The firm's servers face scrutiny, as footage emerges appearing to show its boss offering to organise smear campaigns.
Spy poisoning: Russian diplomats prepare to leave UK
Around 80 people, including 23 diplomats and their families, will leave the country on Tuesday.
Kiara Moore dies after car found in River Teifi, Cardigan
Kiara Moore was found in the car in a river near her family's business after a two hour search.
Inflation eases to 2.7% on falling petrol prices
Consumer price inflation falls from 3% as fuel prices fall and food costs rise more slowly.
Telford abuse victim let down by authorities, says daughter
Tasnim Lowe says police and social services should have "taken charge" to protect her mother, Lucy.
Cambodia: Briton given jail sentence over 'pornography'
Daniel Jones receives a suspended sentence in Cambodia over photos used to promote a pool party.
Human remains found at 'cluttered' Aberaeron house
Police visited the house last Monday after a woman collapsed and found her mother was also missing.
Grenfell Tower: Council spends £21m keeping survivors in hotels
Dozens of families are still in hotels more than nine months after the fire, which killed 71.
Telford pensioner investigated for Nazi war crimes
Stanislaw Chrzanowski died before he could be prosecuted over the deaths of civilians in Belarus.
Brexit: UK ministers warned not to 'betray' UK fishermen
Scottish Conservative MPs press PM for return of fishing rights after Brexit transition period.
Warrington IRA bombing: Minute's silence to mark 25th anniversary
Warrington remembers the bombing 25 years ago that killed two children and injured 54 people.
'Cambridge Analytica planted fake news'
Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie says the firm planted fake news.
Cannabis oil: Meet the woman taking it for breast cancer recovery
Nikki Bednall says she takes cannabis oil through "desperation not recreation" after her breast cancer.
Remembering the Warrington bombing
The Warrington bomb 25 years ago killed two children and injured 54 other people.
Teenagers with HIV: 'Just a little illness'
Missed sleepovers, exam issues, secrets from siblings - the challenges of growing up with HIV.
Carpool karaoke mum 'overwhelmed'
Melissa says three-year-old Francesca loves seeing herself in the video which has been watched by millions.
Ipswich town centre recreated with Lego
Seven million bricks are used to recreate landmark buildings.
BBC reporter's pole fitness challenge
BBC South presenter Ben Moore takes on a pole fitness challenge as part of Sport Relief 2018.
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A third of Easter egg weight can be packaging, Which? says
Chocolate makers still use a lot of packaging, Which? says, but much of it can be recycled.
Whipsnade Zoo's giant hillside lion makeover completed
The chalk was donated by a local resident who was having excavation work done.
Newspaper headlines: Fresh claims against data firm and McPartlin rehab
Two broadsheets highlight fresh allegations made against UK data firm Cambridge Analytica.
'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 of Innocence was re-shot
The BBC period drama was re-shot with a new actor following allegations against actor Ed Westwick.
School exclusions: Are more children being expelled?
The education secretary has called for the growing numbers of permanent exclusions to be examined.
I had a transplant after my hairstyle made me go bald
MC Paigey Cakey says she feels "empowered" after having a hair transplant because she had traction alopecia.
Worboys review: What we have learned
What did the judicial review hearing tell us about Worboys' imprisonment and the approval of his release.
In pictures: Wintry showers return to UK
The whole of England and parts of Wales and Scotland have been warned of ice and light snow.
Where are the UK's youngest and oldest city populations?
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.
'I forget my PE kit deliberately' - the boys who hate sport
Some teenage boys avoid PE at all costs - even if it means a detention
What is it like when an asylum centre opens near you?
Each year thousands of asylum seekers are housed across the UK. But some residents are not happy.
How Red Driving School steered away from a crisis
Ian McIntosh saved the driving school from near-collapse - but is it protected against future shocks?
'Am I OK with my son oinking in Swedish?'
Keith Moore wants his Swedish-born son to be bilingual. But he wasn't prepared for the language barrier in the farmyard.