Worcester 'acid attack': Boy aged three injured
He has been treated in hospital for serious burns to his arm and face, police said.
Child seen lying over edge of Trowbridge railway platform
Tim Brown said when he challenged the young boy's guardian he was told he was a "do-gooder".
The boy whose arthritic eyes threaten Marine dream
An aspiring Royal Marine hopes an unusual arthritis diagnosis will not derail his career plans.
Four held after fight at Seher Boutique bridal shop
One person suffered a fractured eye socket in the disorder, police said.
Girl, 12, 'critical' after River Windrush swim
The girl was treated at the scene by paramedics before being flown to hospital by air ambulance.
Broadford Primary School has SATs results annulled
It concerns allegations of cheating at Broadford Primary School, in Romford, east London.
Richard Bacon: Bug left me close to death for two days
Presenter tells how he was put in a coma with a mystery infection after becoming ill on a flight.
Smallfield blaze: Skip yard catches fire during owner's wedding
The owner of the site in Horley was called away from his own wedding reception.
Warning over bogus charity worker committing sex assaults
Police said the man has been knocking on doors and asking for money before following victims into their homes.
Girls Aloud's Nicola Roberts gets CPS apology over stalker case
Prosecutors say they were wrong to drop the case against Nicola Roberts' ex-boyfriend.
Teenager's bridge notes 'help save six lives' in Sunderland
Paige Hunter, 18, attached more than 40 uplifting messages to Wearmouth Bridge in Sunderland.
Met corruption claims investigated by Independent Office for Police Conduct
Three officers have already been served with gross misconduct notices, according to the IOPC.
Derby Midland Station: Major work to hit train services
About 80% of trains will be replaced with buses during the work at Derby station, say rail bosses.
Gardeners' World pays tribute to Loughborough's 'Mr Bloom'
Gardener Harry Cook, who died on Thursday, was described as "one in a million".
Three arrested in Ingoldmells bar fight murder inquiry
Two women aged 29 and 30 and a 31-year-old man are arrested on suspicion of murder.
Tanyalee Davis: More train trouble for disabled comedian
Tanyalee Davis was left stranded when a ramp for her mobility scooter failed to arrive.
Man, 26, dies in A1 Nottinghamshire lorry and car collision
A section of the A1 was closed following the crash in which one man died.
Man due in court after being charged with terror offence
Ravi Mendis is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Wolverhampton shooting: Police using 'stop and search' powers
The man was fatally shot on Friday evening in the Park Village area of Wolverhampton.
Newcastle Pride sees 20,000 march through the city
The event includes performances from Alexandra Burke, Gareth Gates and S Club over the weekend.
Royal Logistic Corps receives freedom of Bicester
Troops paraded through the town to Garth Park with bayonets drawn, led by the RLC Corps Band.
Summer getaway: What happens to lost luggage
It's the start of the summer getaway. But what happens to all those lost suitcases and bags?
Richard Bacon: 'The most shocking moment of my life'
TV and radio presenter Richard Bacon has told the BBC about the moment he was told he had to be put into a coma for at least a week.
Hampstead Heath women-only pond in trans women debate
Some bathers are campaigning against trans women using a women-only pond on Hampstead Heath.
Newlyn Harbour: Two tonnes of cocaine seized from a yacht
Two men have appeared in court after two tonnes of cocaine was seized from a yacht in the English Channel.
Human-powered planes compete in Sywell Aerodrome tournament
The organisers of a tournament for engineless aircraft hope the discipline becomes an Olympic sport.
TV star Sooty celebrates his 70th year
How a "cheeky little bear" rose to fame after his discovery 70 years ago on a Blackpool pier.
Wing-walking at the Farnborough Airshow
Three women who do gymnastics on a plane explain the challenges of performing at height.
Police intensify Salisbury search after Novichok poisoning
Officers continue with investigations into the Novichok nerve agent poisoning with searches in a Salisbury park.
Wallace the mule wins first dressage event
Wallace was previously barred from entering dressage events because he is a mule.
Prince George turns five: Official birthday picture released
A new official picture is released as the third in line to the throne turns five.
Hot or not?
There are, as with most things in life, pros and cons to the hot weather - here are some of the winners and losers of the season.
Sooty at 70
How a glove puppet went from Blackpool's North Pier to much-loved screen star.
England's Big Picture: 16 - 22 July
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England
'My daughter is gone'
Kate Osborne vanished in Bali in 2003 - but no trace of what happened to her has ever been found.
Before and after
A group of photographers recreate pictures taken by a university lecturer 50 years ago.
Police forces are experiencing record numbers of 999 calls.
County Championship: Yorkshire take lead after Jordan Clark hat-trick for Lancashire
Jordan Clark takes a hat-trick but Yorkshire dismiss Lancashire after tea to take a first-innings lead on day one.
German Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel crashes out
Lewis Hamilton takes a sensational victory in a thrilling, rain-hit German Grand Prix as title rival Sebastian Vettel crashes out.
Greg Rutherford to miss European Championships in Berlin
Greg Rutherford will not defend his European long jump title in Berlin in August and may attempt a career in track cycling.
Division One leaders Surrey in control against Notts
Division One leaders Surrey finish day one of their match against title rivals Nottinghamshire firmly on top.