National News

  1. Douglas Carswell quitting UKIP to become independent MP for Clacton

    The party's only MP says he is quitting to become an independent and says he is doing so "amicably".
  2. London attack: One still held in police custody

    A 58-year-old man remains in custody while a 27-year-old is released without charge.
  3. Boy, 17, dies after amateur boxing match in Derbyshire

    The boy collapsed in the ring at a boxing tournament and died when he arrived at hospital.
  4. Fraud concerns prompt JustGiving to verify victim crowd-funding

    Concerns prompt JustGiving to review all pages raising money for victims of the London attack.
  5. Two teenagers' bodies found at bottom of Saltburn cliff

    The 17-year-olds were found by police at Huntcliff in Saltburn on Friday evening.
  6. Cheryl and Liam announce birth of baby boy

    Former X Factor judge Cheryl says her baby boy is "looking like a dream" and "stealing hearts".
  7. Red Nose Day 2017: Carpool Karaoke with Take That

    James Corden’s Red Nose Day Carpool karaoke, Ed Sheeran and the Love Actually cast help Comic Relief raise more than £71m so far.
  8. Donald Trump: Tax reform next after healthcare failure

    Having failed to scrap Obamacare, Donald Trump says he will focus on tax reform and "big tax cuts".
  9. Thousands join anti-Brexit London march

    The anti-Brexit march coincides with the 60th anniversary of the European Union's founding agreement.
  10. Sheerness crash man missing after running from police into sea

    The man fled from police after being involved in a crash in a stolen car and is still being sought.
  11. Battle for Mosul: US investigating deadly air strike

    Coalition says it hit area where many were reportedly killed as fears over civilian casualties grow.
  12. Belarus protests: Hundreds arrested after defying ban

    Demonstrators opposed to a tax on the under-employed take to the streets despite a ban.
  13. Changing to BST: Will the clock change affect your kids?

    Research is under way to determine how clock changes affect children's sleep patterns.
  14. EU treaty anniversary sees protests and marches in major cities - in pictures

    Europeans take to the streets of London, Rome, Warsaw and other cities, as EU marks 60th anniversary.
  15. 10 things we didn't know last week

    Bear Grylls is afraid of cocktail parties, and more news nuggets.
  16. Brazil teacher changes hairstyle to support bullied girl

    "A boy had told my pupil her hair was ugly, and she was sad. I told her she was wonderful."
  17. Harrison Ford: 'I'm the schmuck that landed on the taxiway'

    Harrison Ford explains to air traffic control why he landed on a taxiway, just missing a passenger jet.
  18. Maggie MacDonnell feels 'disbelief' after Global Teacher Prize win

    The Arctic teacher was recognised last week for her work in the remote Quebec community of Salluit.
  19. One-eyed 'pirate dog' needs a home

    Tyson, a one-eyed dog, has become the "longest-stay dog" at an RSPCA centre near Aylesbury.
  20. Portraits return to Wrest Park a century after sale

    Five family portraits sold in 1917 are returning home to Wrest Park in Bedfordshire after 100 years.
  21. A selection of this week's best news photos

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  22. The Cinta Larga and the curse of the diamonds

    How illegal diamond mining is threatening the way of life of the Cinta Larga indigenous group in Brazil.
  23. South African astrologer fights to legalise 'magic' mushrooms

    An astrologer in South Africa is fighting to get "magic" mushrooms legalised for use in spiritual ceremonies.
  24. London attack: What we know so far

    Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
  25. How cricket is helping to heal Rwanda

    Audifax Byiringiro, a Rwandan cricketer, tells his harrowing story of escaping the 1994 genocide and how cricket has helped play a part in the healing process.
  26. BBC News Channel

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  27. Do baby boxes really save lives?

    What evidence is there that Finland's famous baby boxes actually reduce infant mortality rates?
  28. Return to East Timor: 'I've been brought back from the dead'

    Alberto Mohamed returns to East Timor to find his family after 32 years.
  29. London attack: The path from violent crime to killer

    Westminster attacker Khalid Masood had a history of violence, but how typical is his past of those who go on to carry out acts of terror?
  30. EU summit: My part in the Treaty of Rome signing

    How, as a cub reporter, the BBC's long-serving foreign correspondent witnessed the EEC's creation.
  31. Freed from IS tyranny, Mosul Sunnis fear for the future

    The BBC's Jeremy Bowen inside Mosul explains the challenges Iraq will face when IS are defeated.
  32. Sienna Miller on why her new role is not 'just a wife'

    The actress plays suffragette Nina, the wife of explorer Percy Fawcett, in The Lost City of Z.
  33. Russia and the West: A century of subversion and suspicion

    Claims the Kremlin tried to influence the US election are the latest move in a long story of mistrust.
  34. What happened next for the sports stars of the past?

    BBC News takes a look at what happened next for some of the sports stars of yesteryear.
  35. Are Washington girls really going missing?

    Social media claims 14 girls have recently disappeared from DC. The truth is more complicated.
  36. Bradley Wiggins: Ex-team Sky rider says mystery package controversy is horrible

    Sir Bradley Wiggins says he will "shock a few people" when he has his say on an investigation into a "mystery package" delivered for him in 2011.
  37. Lewis Hamilton: Hard-to-manage Mercedes driver ready to win fourth title

    Lewis Hamilton may be harder to manage than most drivers, but his restless, superstar lifestyle helps him stave off the boredom - and enables him to win.
  38. Premiership: Northampton Saints 31-36 Leicester Tigers

    Leicester take a big stride towards the play-offs with a breathless derby victory over top-four rivals Northampton.
  39. The man taught to have sex by lesbians

    "Disability and sexy don't go together" - Mik Scarlet on how he explored his sexuality in the 1970s.
  40. Why I get mistaken for being drunk

    Going to the pub on a date can get complicated when you have dyspraxia, explains Ruby MacKellar.
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