Met Police use more force against black people, figures suggest
The Met used force 62,000 times with more than a third of incidents involving black people.
Wayne Bell jailed for neo-Nazi group social media posts
Wayne Bell was a member of National Action when he made hundreds of posts inciting racial hatred.
Extinct butterfly to be reintroduced in England
Fifty chequered skipper butterflies have come from Belgium to be reintroduced in England.
Nottinghamshire imam guilty of sexually assaulting boy
Abuse happened in the mosque's attic between 1990 and 1992 when the victim was aged 12 to 13.
Pilot murdered wife in Knightcote saucepan attack
Andrew McIntosh is found guilty of battering his estranged wife to death at their former home.
Leeds Town Hall wedding photos 'ruined by triathlon ad'
Leeds Town Hall, a popular wedding venue, is covered by a huge banner advertising a major triathlon.
Youth coach George Ormond 'abused teen footballers'
Former youth coach George Ormond is accused of offences between 1973 and 1998.
RMT members at Northern rail stage 24-hour strike
Northern has "declared war on passengers and staff", a union claims as its members strike.
Russian spy poisoning: Yulia Skripal hopes to return to Russia
The daughter of an ex-Russian spy poisoned in Salisbury tells Reuters she is taking "one day at a time".
Manchester attack: GMP chief criticises BBC documentary
A BBC documentary about the Manchester attack was "entirely inappropriate", a chief constable says.
Former Ipswich mayor loses UK citizenship bid
County councillor Inga Lockington has an 'indefinite leave' stamp from 1979 on her Danish passport.
Woman jailed for life over pensioner stabbing murder
A jury took 40 minutes to convict Stacey Stripp of murder before she was given a life sentence.
Islamic State supporter called for Prince George terror attack, court told
Husnain Rashid also allegedly encouraged poison being injected into supermarket ice creams.
WW1 memorial: Port Meadow stone marks men killed near airfield
Seventeen men died in accidents linked to Port Meadow airfield in World War One.
Anti-terror police arrest man, 19
The 19-year-old was arrested in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, on Wednesday evening.
Brighton City Airport closes over 'WW2 device'
An airport closed after the discovery of what turned out to be an "inert practice round".
Hammer attacker 'had nervous breakdown'
Joseph Isaacs denies attempting to murder a 96-year-old Royal Navy veteran at his home in Somerset.
Ex-aide to Michael Fallon denies alleged sexual assault
Richard Holden is accused of attacking the woman at a party in London last December.
Richard III find historian John Ashdown-Hill dies
John Ashdown-Hill's research led to the discovery of Richard III's body in a Leicester car park.
Red Arrows alter flight path for rare bird colonies
The RAF aerobatic team must change its flight path at an air show to protect nesting birds.
Grenfell Tower inquiry: Victim's son 'prays for death'
Hamid Ali Jafari tells the inquiry of his search for his father and how he hopes they meet in heaven.
'Why I went to a faith healer to rid me of evil spirit'
Afiya, 23, believes taking part in the Ruqya ritual at a mosque in Sheffield will improve her health.
Children in care: Only a third 'return to live with parents'
"Lucy's" daughter was taken away from her after she turned to drugs while in a violent relationship.
Armenian bear cubs released after help from Sussex charity
The one-year-old cubs were rescued after their mother was killed.
CCTV footage shows 'shocking' scale of level crossing abuse
Trespassers on an Essex level crossing have been caught on CCTV.
Moving tributes paid to victims at Grenfell inquiry
Hamid Ali Jafari says he prays for death so that he can join his father Ali in heaven.
Stockton academy helps boxers train during Ramadan
The aim is to keep the boxers from "going stale".
Devon woman Emily Rogers is a part-time geisha
Emily Rogers from south Devon transforms herself into a geisha called Hachiko.
Chris Small's son fundraising after soldier took his own life
Jamie Small, 10, is organising a fun day to say thank you to a charity which helped his family after his dad took his own life.
Hoo Farm sheep racing returns after animal rights petition
Over 50,000 had signed a petition calling for a 'cruel' sheep racing event in Shropshire to be axed.
Firefighters rescue man, 20, stuck for hours in swing
The man was "grateful but embarrassed" after being freed after three hours wedged in a child's swing.
How many undiscovered species are there in the UK - and how unusual is it to find new life?
Murder will out
The brutal murder of a devout Christian remains one of Essex Police's strangest unsolved cases.
England's Big Picture: 21 - 27 May
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.
'She'll be back'
The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.
Turning misery into joy
How tears of misery turned to joy after a life-changing football injury left Chris Keogh paralysed from the chest down.
A photographer's portraits of strangers helped him to overcome his mental health problems.
The joy of Sussex
Now Harry and Meghan are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the BBC has produced this helpful county guide.
Unai Emery: 'I want Arsenal to be back among Europe's elite'
New Arsenal manager Unai Emery says he wants the club to be among Europe's elite once more.
Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates keeps lead as Elia Viviani wins sprint finish
Britain's Simon Yates retains his overall lead at the Giro d'Italia after a wet sprint finish to stage 17 in Iseo.
Sunderland cleared to speak to Ross about manager's job
Sunderland are given permission to speak to St Mirren boss Jack Ross about becoming their new manager.
England v Pakistan: Dom Bess to make international debut at Lord's
Somerset off-spinner Dom Bess will make his England debut in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's on Thursday.