Brexit: Vote on Theresa May's deal may not happen next week
Theresa May tells MPs her Brexit deal might not be put to a vote next week if she doesn't think it'll pass.
Mark Duggan family to sue Met Police over death
The 29-year-old shot was shot dead by police in London in 2011 sparking riots across England.
Grenfell council spends more than £90k on bosses' bonuses
Campaigners call the payments "abhorrent", since some households still do not have permanent homes.
Asian gold: More than £140m stolen in UK in last five years
Asian families are often targeted by thieves for gold, which is traditionally given as weddings gifts.
Isleworth stabbing: Teenage boy dies in fight
Police launch a murder investigation into the death of a boy, who is thought to be 17 years old.
Sir David Attenborough to present climate change documentary
The broadcaster's film will explore potential threats to our planet and the possible solutions.
Far-right terror poses 'biggest threat' to north of England
Right-wing extremism is not being taken seriously enough, a former counter terror expert warns.
Birmingham pub bombings: 'Men responsible' named by IRA bomber
A convicted IRA member names four men he says are responsible for the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings.
Libby Squire: Hull student's death 'potential homicide'
Police say the 21-year-old student, whose body was found in the Humber estuary, may have been killed.
Jewellery from Bronze Age a 'notable' find
The gold-plated ring, unearthed by a metal detectorist, is about 3,000 years old.
Tag in Cairngorms trial would give 'instant fix' on dead eagles
Birds of prey are being fitted with the device as part of a trial in the Cairngorms.
England 5-0 Czech Republic: Raheem Sterling hat-trick in opening Euro 2020 qualifier
Raheem Sterling scores a hat-trick as England begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a highly impressive victory over the Czech Republic.
'Pink tax': Should personal care products for women cost more?
Should personal care products marketed to women cost more? And is there actually any difference?
Guilty Feminist: 'I can't call Theresa May a feminist'
Co-creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast gives us her take on feminism.
Brexit: Three moments that raised a smile
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
Influx of dog videos for terminally ill boy after Facebook post
Dog-loving Harvey Hawkins finds comfort in the funny films people are sending him of their pets.
Only daytime five-star bore for 2019 travels up Severn Estuary
Dozens of surfers and kayakers headed to the Severn Bore to catch a rare "five-star" surge wave.
World Heavy Metal Congress: First event takes place in London
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
Question Time: 'I'm 16 and I won't get a say over Brexit'
A 16 year old Question Time audience member says there should be a general election to solve the current impasse over Brexit.
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Ronnie Pickering among Hull's 'alternative heritage' honours
The alternative blue plaques honour "the good, bad and the quirky" in Hull.
Great Escape tunnel hero's diary sold
The journal tells the real life story of the mass PoW breakout that inspired the 1963 Hollywood film.
Newspaper headlines: Brexit pressure and no deal 'chaos'
The latest twists in the Brexit story and speculation about what might happen next week dominate Saturday's papers.
'Reading bedtime stories helped me survive prison'
For many prisoners the worst part of the experience is the separation from their families. Recording stories for children can help to bridge the gap.
Why are nets appearing over trees and hedges?
High-profile nature lovers including broadcaster Chris Packham have criticised developers for promoting the practice.
Brexit: What are indicative votes?
A series of a indicative votes in Parliament could offer a possible way out of the Brexit deadlock.
Boom or bust: What culture tells us about money
Professor Nicky March picks out some examples from art and literature and explains what they tell us.
Taron Egerton: 'Elton allowed me to make him ugly'
Taron Egerton says his portrayal of Sir Elton John in Rocketman will show him at his worst - with the singer's blessing.
Why bots probably aren't gaming the 'Cancel Brexit' petition
Questions have been asked about whether all the 3m signatures on the petition are genuine.
Benefits spending: Five charts on the UK's £100bn bill
A look at how much the UK government spends on benefits reveals big changes over time.
Sustainable students: How easy is it to be more environmentally-friendly?
A student house is challenged to live in a more environmentally-friendly way. How did they get on?
Alesha MacPhail murder: The schoolboy who became an opportunistic killer
Aaron Campbell told a psychologist he was "quite satisfied" with the opportunistic murder of Alesha MacPhail.
UK lottery winners: What did they do with the money?
From £3m investments to designer handbags - the ways a lucky few have chosen to spend the payouts.
Porn: Why Flintshire mum made her own adult film
Sarah Sadler was fed up with the way sex was portrayed in porn films - so decided to make her own.
Every school 'needs dog as stress-buster'
Bringing pets into school can be the simplest but most effective stress-buster, says Sir Anthony Seldon.
My one-in-a-million daughter is a 'human timebomb'
Anya suffers from a one-in-a-million condition that is like having seven serious diseases all at once.
Lorraine Kelly, tax law and how celebrities build public personas
Even though, as a judge has ruled, "she may not like the guest she interviews or the food she eats".
Who's been the Premier League's best overseas player?
Who has been the best overseas player to feature in the Premier League? Read our experts' views.
Council tax increase: Why am I paying the police so much?
A bigger portion of your council tax will go to police this year. But why? And what is it used for?