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.
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.
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.
Brexit: EU leaders set to discuss transition agreement
Theresa May hopes Brexit transition deal will be agreed so they can "move on swiftly" to trade talks.
Boris Johnson World Cup Nazi comments 'irresponsible'
The Russian ambassador says Boris Johnson had "no right" to compare his country to Nazi Germany.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
Bank vote hints at interest rate rise in May
UK rates remain unchanged at 0.5% but two Bank of England policymakers vote in favour of an increase.
'Radical change' needed on countryside
The UK government is failing rural communities and the natural environment, a report says.
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.
Cambridge Analytica: PM quizzed over Conservative links
The SNP puts Theresa May on the spot over the controversial firm at Prime Minister's Questions.
Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over council funding - here are the key bits.
Protesters throw fish into Thames in Brexit deal protest
Protesters throw dead fish into the Thames by Parliament in protest at the Brexit transition deal.
NHS pay: Unions agree deal for 1.3 million staff
Unions back a deal that gives NHS staff a minimum pay rise of more than 6% over three years.
Facebook 'lost sight' of data accessed by apps, insider tells MPs
Sandy Parakilas tells MPs the site did not have adequate ways of detecting data misuse by app developers.
Brexit: Wales EU Continuity Bill passed by AMs
The bill aims to stop what Welsh ministers call a Whitehall "power-grab" in devolved areas.
Underpaid ESA claimants could get £20,000 repaid, says watchdog
Around 70,000 Employment and Support Allowance claimants were underpaid for years, the NAO watchdog says.
Household squeeze shows signs of easing as wages rise
Earnings rose by 2.6% in the three months to January as the jobless rate ticked lower.
Technology giants face European 'digital tax' blow
Firms such as Facebook and Google may be forced to pay 3% of their EU digital revenues.
Councils were overpaid by £36m due to 'error'
Ministers say the English councils will not have to repay cash after what Labour calls a "shambles".
Facebook data row: Cambridge Analytica academic a 'scapegoat'
Dr Aleksandr Kogan tells the BBC he is "stunned" by the allegations made against him.
A new wave of British bands are using personal experiences to fuel their political lyrics.
What we know so far
Russia is behind the attempted murder of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury, the PM believes.
Davis the diplomat
Brexit secretary winds up visits to more than half EU capitals which he hopes will east talks on post-Brexit trade.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.
Party conferences 2017
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
Election 2017: At-a-glance
An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017.
'Hero' MP's emotional terror attack defiance
"It's the good people that win", says Tory MP Tobias Ellwood.
Immigration policy: Britons in EU and EU citizens in UK
How easy will be it be for British citizens to visit EU states in future years?
What a politician needs to become UK prime minister
Trawling the archives for five top tips on becoming and staying UK PM.
Minister ambushed over blue passports
A row broke out in the Lords as Leaver and Remainer peers teamed up to surprise a Home Office minister by challenging her on reports that UK passports will be made abroad.
PMQs: Corbyn asks May about Northamptonshire Council
Theresa May says the failure of Northamptonshire County Council "is not a case of under funding".
PMQs: Hendry asks May about UK-EU fishing policy
Theresa May said the government will work with fishing communities to take back control of UK waters and "rebuild" the industry.