No-one charged in 9 out of 10 crimes - Home Office
Only 9% of crimes end with suspects being charged or summonsed, Home Office figures suggest.
Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year in a bid to protect its brand.
Salisbury poisoning: Police 'identify Novichok suspects'
Several Russians are believed to have been identified in the nerve agent attack, reports say.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab vows to 'intensify' talks
Dominic Raab meets the EU's chief negotiator, as the IMF warns Ireland will be hit hard by a no deal Brexit.
Tory chief whip Julian Smith under fire in pairing row
Julian Smith faces pressure after an MP was told to break a pact and take part in a key Brexit vote.
Morrisons 'quiet hour' for autistic shopping introduced
Stores will dim lights, turn music off and avoid using the tannoy on Saturdays from 09:00 to 10:00.
Cliff Richard: BBC would be 'crazy' to appeal against ruling
The former chairman of the BBC Trust, Lord Patten, said the broadcaster should "move on".
Parents set to lose right to veto sex education at age 15
Pupils should be able to request sex education against their parents' wishes, the government says.
Woman awarded £100k after husband's death mid-divorce
Cathryn Craven argued she would have reconciled had her husband not been killed by a speeding driver.
Sir Tom Jones postpones Chester show due to illness
It comes after the 78-year-old singer cancelled a show on Wednesday because of a bacterial infection.
Manchester students deface poem by 'racist' Kipling
Union leaders painted over the author's most famous poem in protest at his support for the British Empire.
Scottish wildcat: 'Rarest kittens' in the world rescued
Two orphaned Scottish wildcat kittens have been rescued, giving hope to an endangered species.
London Bridge survivors' bravery recognised
London Bridge attack survivors are awarded for their bravery by the Queen.
Blair: PM's Brexit 'doesn't honour public mandate'
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says Theresa May's approach to Brexit "doesn’t honour what most people who voted for Brexit think".
Ipswich school converts a helicopter into a classroom
A school's site manager came up with the idea after watching a television programme.
Transgender at school: Students share mixed experiences
Two teenagers share their experiences of being transgender school students.
'Racism is becoming more overt'
The black student subjected to a racist monkey 'joke'
Trafalgar Square catwalk for body positivity
A pop-up catwalk in Trafalgar Square invites people of all shapes and sizes to show body positivity.
Footage shows puppy being rescued from roof in Plymouth
Thatch, a 12-week-old Hungarian Vizsla, climbed out of a skylight and had to rescued by firefighters.
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Dorset cat rescuer 'laid up in hospital' after being bitten
A fundraising campaign for Joseph Lines raises more than £600 after he was injured in the rescue.
Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo to host BBC talent show
The Greatest Dancer is a dance talent show and will be BBC One's newest Saturday night offering.
The dramatic effect of the UK heatwave
The recent hot weather has seen waterfalls dry up and lush, green grass turn yellow.
A plastic bag 'that biodegrades like a leaf'?
A British company says their bags biodegrade to nothing, but not everyone is convinced.
'Generation Sensible' in five charts
Whether it's drinking or taking drugs, young people in the UK seem to be getting more sensible.
2018 Riba Stirling shortlist in pictures
Six buildings have been selected for the shortlist of this year's prestigious Riba Stirling award.
Home alone: 'It made me feel that I was unloved'
As the long holidays start, children's charity NSPCC urges parents and carers not to leave young children home alone.
Heatwave: Is there more crime in hot weather?
Police forces are experiencing record numbers of 999 calls.
The Sheffield estate where the garage has become an art gallery
A once-notorious housing estate in Sheffield is getting an art gallery - in its old garage block.
What to take to a festival: Friends, drink... and a giant bar chart
Can statistics help you enjoy a music festival? Newsbeat gets geeky and heads to 2000 Trees in Gloucestershire to find out.