Telford abuse victim let down by authorities, says daughter
Tasnim Lowe says police and social services should have "taken charge" to protect her mother, Lucy.
Grenfell Tower: Council spends £21m keeping survivors in hotels
Dozens of families are still in hotels more than nine months after the fire, which killed 71.
Warrington IRA bombing: Minute's silence to mark 25th anniversary
Warrington remembers the bombing 25 years ago that killed two children and injured 54 people.
Thousands of miles of UK roads in poor condition
Motoring firm says bad weather means many local roads now pose a "serious risk to the safety of users".
Two women dead in crash on M25 at Waltham Abbey
A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Man in critical condition after Hackney police shooting
A man is in hospital after police were called to reports of an armed robbery in east London.
'Sexual misconduct' at disaster aid charity Shelterbox
Shelterbox has only just informed the Charity Commission of the alleged incidents.
Whipsnade Zoo's giant hillside lion makeover completed
The chalk was donated by a local resident who was having excavation work done.
Exeter University investigates law students' "racist" messages
The University of Exeter investigates allegations of "deplorable" comments made by law society members.
'Devoted mummy' killed in Sherborne crash
Francesca Lee, 23, died at the scene of the crash on the A30 at Babylon Hill, Dorset.
Telford pensioner investigated for Nazi war crimes
Stanislaw Chrzanowski died before he could be prosecuted over the deaths of civilians in Belarus.
Girl, 15, charged over double stabbing in Reading
A teenager is charged with two counts of grievous bodily harm after a fight at a leisure centre.
HMP Altcourse: Violence falls at 'own clothes and phones in cell' jail
Chief inspector of prisons praises the "fundamentally decent" treatment of inmates at HMP Altcourse.
Class A drugs 'brought in for patients' at Essex mental health trust
The BBC uncovers allegations that staff at an Essex mental health trust supplied vulnerable patients.
Mariam Moustafa death in Nottingham 'not hate-related'
Police say they have identified six women who allegedly attacked Mariam Moustafa.
Alfie Dingley's medical cannabis petition to be handed to government
Alfie Dingley is six - his family want him to be able to use medical cannabis to manage his epilepsy.
Didcot signs point to Narnia, Gotham City and Middle Earth
Gotham City, Emerald City and Neverland have also been added to the signs in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
Murder accused police inspector's manslaughter plea 'cowardly'
Inspector Darren McKie conducted "a game of cat and mouse" after killing his wife, a court is told.
Essex school changes transgender toilet policy
A transgender support group says there is a variance in how schools deal with transgender pupils.
Jane Hings trial: Craig Keogh guilty of rape and murder
Craig Keogh raped and killed Jane Hings after getting high on cocaine.
School bomb threats: Disgruntled Minecraft gamer 'behind hoax'
Hundreds of schools in England were sent an email saying a bomb would be detonated on their grounds.
Darlington bus crash death: Driver 'pressed accelerator instead of brake'
Eileen Brennan, 85, was killed when the single-decker vehicle knocked her down, a court hears.
UKIP ordered to pay Labour MPs £175,000 in damages
Sir Kevin Barron, John Healey and Sarah Champion won a defamation case over comments made by Jane Collins MEP.
Deportation-threat academics allowed to stay in UK
The pair and their 11-year-old daughter have been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
St Leonards shooting: Man charged with double murder
Craig Savage is accused of murdering a mother and daughter who were shot dead at their Sussex home.
Should Nazi war criminals be brought to justice decades later?
Berliners have their say following an investigation by German prosecutors into a UK man's wartime role.
Cannabis oil: Meet the woman taking it for breast cancer recovery
Nikki Bednall says she takes cannabis oil through "desperation not recreation" after her breast cancer.
Street2Boardroom enters the corporate world
Entrepreneur who wants skills learned on the streets to become legitimate business use links up with multimillion pound firm.
Warrington IRA bomb 25th anniversary marked
The Warrington bomb 25 years ago killed two children and injured 54 other people.
Pole fitness challenge for Sport Relief 2018
BBC South presenter Ben Moore takes on a pole fitness challenge as part of Sport Relief 2018.
Whipsnade's giant chalk lion gets makeover
The largest hill figure in England is given a makeover thanks to the generosity of a local resident.
Hemsby coastal erosion leaves cliff-top homes uninhabitable
Coastal erosion has left some cliff-top homes in Hemsby, Norfolk uninhabitable.
Man seen on CCTV stealing from dementia patient
Police release footage of a burglar stealing jewellery from a "terrified" old woman as she lay in bed.
Fines warning over feeding seagulls in Dorset resorts
The new Public Spaces Protection Order in two seaside resorts will be in place for three years.
Blossom the cow's owner baffled by theft
There has been no ransom note or sighting since the fibreglass Friesian was rustled from a garden.
Left to die?
In 1937 a nine-month-old girl was found hidden in a bush on the South Downs, with her hands tied. She has always wanted to know why.
Boys who hate sport
Some teenage boys avoid PE at all costs - even if it means a detention
England's Big Picture: 12 - 18 March
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England
'Nobody asked me why'
Grooming, rape and trafficking are just some of the ways children in the UK are being sexually exploited.
'He inspired us'
The city recalls the "inspirational" man who was a familiar face on the streets and in the university's halls.
Six Nations: Jeremy Guscott analyses where England go next after 'massive reality check'
England have been rocked to the core and must use the summer tour to South Africa to rebuild their confidence, says Lions great Jeremy Guscott.
Dino Maamria: Stevenage appoint Nuneaton Town boss as manager
Former Stevenage player and assistant boss Dino Maamria is appointed as the new manager of the League Two club.
Pogba can't be happy at Man Utd - France manager Deschamps
France coach Didier Deschamps says Paul Pogba "can't be happy" finding himself out of favour at Manchester United.
Matty Blair: Doncaster Rovers midfielder dealing with grief and giving back to community
Doncaster midfielder Matty Blair says dealing with the loss of his brother has inspired him to give back to his community.