Jeremy Hunt: Don't mistake politeness for weakness
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt urges EU leaders to "step back from the abyss" of a no-deal Brexit.
Iran military parade attacked by gunmen in Ahvaz
Iran blames "terrorists backed by a foreign regime" for the attack which killed soldiers and civilians.
Lake Victoria Tanzania ferry disaster: Survivor found
A man survives in an air pocket in a Lake Victoria ferry that overturned two days ago, killing 170.
Chas from Chas and Dave dies aged 74
He was one half of the musical duo whose hits included Rabbit and Snooker Loopy.
The British army has introduced new fitness tests
The army's new tests are based on skills required in close combat roles.
Petrol prices could fall by £1.50 a tank - AA
Fuel prices are at a four-year high, but the AA says a supermarket price war could lower costs.
Paul Gosar: Siblings savage congressman in attack advert
Six siblings of Arizona Republican Paul Gosar endorse his rival in a brutal new TV campaign.
Church of England will not take on Wonga's loans
The Church of England decides it is "not as well placed as others" to buy the failed lender's loans.
Why I'm happy 'living flat' after breast cancer
Juliet, who blogs about her recovery from cancer, explains why she didn’t want breast reconstruction after her mastectomy.
Andy Murray to end comeback season early after competing in China events
Andy Murray will end his season after two competitions in China in order to be in "the best possible shape" for the Australian Open in January.
Atlantic rower in hand-built boat rescued off Land's End
Duncan Hutchison, from the Highlands, had been rowing across the Atlantic for more than three months.
Harry Potter's birthplace in Lavenham still for sale
The estate agent behind the sale of De Vere House says it is yet to find "the buyer it deserves".
The couple helping hedgehogs back into the wild
Frank and Veronica Tett have been nursing hedgehogs back to health for the last 30 years.
Bristol venue to play Africa by Toto on loop all night
People will see how long they can endure the song at a Bristol music venue.
The Papers: 'Furious' May 'is not for turning'
Theresa May's statement calling for more respect from the EU dominates most of Saturday's papers.
Crazy Rich Asians: What it's really like being British East Asian
Meet the people who hope Crazy Rich Asians has finally made them 'exist' for everyone else.
Week in pictures: 15 - 21 September 2018
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Labour Conference: Can Jeremy Corbyn keep the party united?
Labour Party members head to Liverpool for their annual conference.
Dad's damaged army photo restored by social media
Picture gives father and daughter the chance to bond over memories of time served in the armed forces.
Sparks fly from Canvey Island power lines in high winds
A fault in overhead cables sets off an unusual light show on a street in Essex.
Why are Leigh and Tracey unpopular?
People with some of 2017's most unpopular baby names consider why they have fallen out of favour.
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Premier League shirts row: The fickle fashions of sponsorship
Which sector do you think has sponsored the most English Premier League shirts? It's not gambling.
Who was the mysterious gardener Miss Harrison?
A box of archives reveals the story of a pioneering 19th century gardener who blazed a trail for women.
How do you solve catastrophic hyperinflation?
What could Venezuela's government learn from these five historic cases of hyperinflation?
Maniac: The new James Bond director's experimental Netflix drama
Cary Fukunaga and stars Emma Stone and Justin Theroux discuss the mind-bending Maniac.
The town that became Scotland's chilli capital
It all began as a joke but now Mark Hodgson can't even pop to the shops without having to discuss chillies.
Viewpoint: What India's first newspaper says about democracy
Founded in 1780, Hicky's Bengal Gazette notoriously dogged the most powerful men in India.
Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin: Costello and Bunce assess the 'new Joshua'
Pressure, frustration and everything on the line for Anthony Joshua, who fights Alexander Povetkin with a chance to become "the biggest draw in boxing history".
Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United to honour former manager on Old Trafford return
Sir Alex Ferguson will be honoured by Manchester United as he returns to Old Trafford for the first time since having emergency surgery.
Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury: Fight confirmed for 1 December
The fight between WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will take place on 1 December.
FedEx Cup play-offs: Justin Rose & Tiger Woods share Tour Championship lead
World number one Justin Rose and 14-time major winner Tiger Woods are tied for the lead after round two of the season-ending Tour Championship.
Premier League predictions: Lawro v Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill
BBC Sport football pundit Mark Lawrenson takes on Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill to predict this weekend's Premier League results.
Cleaner enjoys holiday paid for by Bristol university students
Bristol university students raised £1,500 so Herman Gordon and his wife could visit Jamaica.
Jelly treats for people with dementia
After his grandmother was hospitalised, Lewis invented a hydrating treat for people with dementia.
Crisp packet graduation gown worn in Walkers recycling protest
The biologist's dress is calculated to put pressure on Walkers to make recyclable packaging.
Dad asks: 'When did eyebrows become so important?' and rant goes viral
Fifteen million people have joined comedian Gary Meikle's campaign against the current eyebrow obsession.
Dragons' Den £50,000 boost for dad who overcame depression
Ex-teacher Craig Hill started developing outdoor equipment for schools after suffering depression.
Spanish flu: 'We didn't know who we'd lose next'
Psychosis, murder and suicide - how Spanish flu ravaged a post-war world.
'I lost my entire family to a cult': How one woman escaped Grace Road
A Korean church hiding from looming 'global famine' in Fiji is facing growing allegations of abuse.
Martin Sellner: The new face of the far right in Europe
He's the far right's newest poster boy – but Martin Sellner’s insistence that his far-right group is non-violent doesn’t have everyone convinced.