Westminster Bridge attack victim's sister refuses to dwell on killer
Andreea Cristea fell into the river during the Westminster Bridge attack and died later in hospital.
London father cleared over FGM offences
A jury finds the man did not organise for his nine-year-old daughter to undergo FGM to punish her.
Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero surprise Manchester City academy players
Sergio Aguero brings Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi to Manchester City's under-7s training session, and the kids look stunned.
Coronation Street male rape scene: Helplines see spike in calls
The male rape storyline has "helped silent survivors to speak out", says one helpline in Manchester.
Ex-UKIP candidate Keith Crawford jailed over builder's death
Keith Crawford was convicted of causing the death of a worker who was crushed in a trench.
Gay priest Jeremy Pemberton's discrimination appeal dismissed
Jeremy Pemberton went to the Court of Appeal after an employment tribunal panel rejected his claim.
Booths supermarket halts sale of quail eggs over farm footage
Booths pulls sale of quail eggs after footage of birds at a farm in Lancashire causes concern.
Porthole murder: Did Gay Gibson die from natural causes?
A BBC documentary casts doubt on the conviction of "porthole murderer" James Camb in 1947.
Police can take days to respond to 999 calls, says report
Some victims of domestic violence have to wait days to be seen by police, a report says.
Telford council considers child abuse inquiry
The council has already called for a government-led inquiry into claims about hundreds of cases.
Ex Crystal Palace boss Simon Jordan robbed at gunpoint
Simon Jordan's £100,000 Franck Muller watch was taken by a masked man who "pointed a gun" in his face.
Gay couple 'have the right' to use surrogate mother and want law change
Darren and Ben Tudor-Green from Devon want a law change to make it easier to have a surrogate baby.
Shoreham air crash: Pilot Andy Hill to be charged over deaths
Andy Hill is to be charged with manslaughter over the Shoreham air crash, in which 11 men died.
'Sexually motivated' former Bury St Edmunds teacher struck off
A panel hears a teacher sent inappropriate messages to a pupil at a school where he previously worked.
Girl, 15, charged over teenager's stabbing in Bulwell
Lyrico Steede died six days after suffering a number of injuries in the attack in February.
Badger-damaged road sinking, locals say
The burrowing mammals have made themselves at home underneath the highway in a Suffolk village.
Corringham murder probe after man found stabbed in street
The victim had suffered multiple stab wounds and died at the scene.
Leicester shop explosion: Demolition work ends at site
The explosion which killed five people including a mother and her two sons "will scar the city".
Teenager arrested over schools bomb hoax
A 19-year-old has been arrested after the hoax closed hundreds of schools across England on Monday.
'Shocking' footage of Chadderton tram stop attack released by police
The 49-year-old victim was repeatedly kicked and stamped on by the teenage attackers, say police.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
'Shop for the homeless' opens branch in Bournemouth
A website allows members of the public to buy items that can be donated to rough sleepers.
Dementia home care: 'Mum would be so upset if she knew'
Alex Turner was forced to quit his career aged 26 to look after his mum after her dementia diagnosis.
Didcot's Narnia and Middle Earth sign-changer found
The prankster who added fictional worlds to signs in Didcot, Oxfordshire, explains himself.
Roller derby: The US sport making waves in the UK
There are 75 female teams in the UK, with two London teams ranking in the top 20.
Sir Bobby Robson Foundation celebrates 10th anniversary
Lady Robson tells the BBC about her late husband's legacy and his life after diagnosis.
Robotic dog in Dorset care home helps elderly residents
Biscuit the robotic dog responds to touch and speech to help people with dementia.
Police not fooled by 'plonker's' Del Boy driving licence
Officers seized the car and reported the driver to court for having no insurance.
Oddball tank models go on show at Bovington Tank Museum
The collection of 21 mini war machines are on display in the UK for the first time.
Love and the city
More than 700 people entered the Love in London contest, with the winning photos set to go on display.
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.
England's Big Picture: 12 - 18 March
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England
Boys who hate sport
Some teenage boys avoid PE at all costs - even if it means a detention
'Nobody asked questions'
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.
England 58 all out: Trevor Bayliss says players like 'deer in headlights'
Head coach Trevor Bayliss says England's players were like "deer in headlights" as they were bowled out for 58 by New Zealand.
Graham Taylor: When England's World Cup hopes were ended by Koeman in Rotterdam
As England face Ronald Koeman's Netherlands, BBC Sport recalls a meeting that wrecked the late Graham Taylor's 1994 World Cup hopes.
West Ham give lifetime bans to pitch invaders at Burnley game
West Ham United give lifetime bans to five supporters who invaded the pitch during the team's 3-0 defeat by Burnley at London Stadium.
England 58 all out as New Zealand dominate first Test in Auckland
England are bowled out for 58 - their sixth lowest total - before New Zealand reach 175-3 on the first day of the opening Test in Auckland.