National News

  1. Sadiq Khan 'set to be London Mayor'

    Sadiq Khan looks on course to be elected London mayor - a boost to Labour after it slumped to third place in Scotland, where the SNP won again.
  2. Government U-turn over forced academies

    Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announces the government will not now pursue plans to force all schools in England to become academies.
  3. 'Boaty' ship named after Attenborough

    The UK's new polar research ship is to be named RRS Sir David Attenborough, despite Boaty McBoatface previously topping a public vote.
  4. Panama Papers source breaks silence

    The source behind the leak of the Panama Papers speaks for the first time, offering to help with prosecutions in return for immunity.
  5. Canadian wildfire halts rescue convoy

    The only evacuation convoy leaving the Canadian city of Fort McMurray has been suspended due to 200ft (61m) flames flanking the road, officials say.
  6. Rural broadband 'only on request'

    There will be no automatic rollout of broadband to homes and businesses in the remotest parts of the UK, the government says.
  7. On-the-run killing suspect detained

    A man who went on the run suspected of being armed after a fatal shooting is arrested after he hands himself in to police.
  8. Go your own way, Erdogan tells EU

    Turkey's president tells the EU it will not change its anti-terror laws in return for visa-free travel, saying "we'll go our way, you go yours".
  9. Police probe Tory election expenses

    Eight police forces are investigating whether Conservative MPs filed election expenses illegally after the 2015 General Election, the BBC understands.
  10. Colombia to use warplanes against gangs

    Colombia announces it will use military force, including air strikes, against major criminal gangs.
  11. Cheese collapse man freed from wreckage

    A worker trapped by a "huge amount" of cheese when metal shelving collapsed at a food warehouse is freed after eight hours.
  12. VIDEO: The 'terrifying' journey out of Canada's wildfires

    Spreading wildfires in the Canadian province of Alberta have forced more people from their homes.
  13. VIDEO: Kim Jong-un opens historic party congress

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un opens the first party congress in decades by praising his country's nuclear achievements.
  14. VIDEO: CCTV shows fireball in Washington Metro

    The moment a fireball was seen exploding shortly after a train left a Metro station in Washington DC.
  15. VIDEO: Celebrating Attenborough at 90

    A quick look at some of the best moments of the beloved broadcaster and naturalist.
  16. VIDEO: My son the bomber, my daughter the victim

    In April, the bombing of an Israeli bus in Jerusalem injured 20 people. The mothers of both the bomber and one of his victims have spoken to the BBC.
  17. VIDEO: 'Super Thursday' election round-up

    Laura Kuenssberg reports on the latest results from 'Super Thursday'.
  18. Putin scores a PR victory in Palmyra

    Sending Russia's prized Mariinskiy Theatre Orchestra, and 100 journalists, through recently recaptured parts of Syria was a calculated risk, writes John Simpson
  19. Albania: 'We don't want to be outside EU'

    Michael Gove's suggestion Albania benefits from being outside the EU has annoyed and amused the country's political elite.
  20. Do 44% of UK exports go to the EU?

    Bernard Jenkin MP says that the figure of 44% of UK exports going to the EU is an overstatement due to the Rotterdam Effect.
  21. Does Bitcoin still matter?

    Virtual currency Bitcoin has not replaced government-issued money but the underlying blockchain technology is becoming more mainstream.
  22. Cameroon's Ekeng dies after collapse

    Dinamo Bucharest and Cameroon midfielder Patrick Ekeng dies of a suspected heart attack after collapsing on the pitch.
  23. Dembele banned for six matches

    Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele is banned for six games for violent conduct against Chelsea's Diego Costa.
  24. Murray to play Nadal in Madrid semis

    Britain's Andy Murray beats Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic to set up a Madrid Open semi-final meeting with Rafael Nadal.
  25. Doyle wins Diamond League opener

    Great Britain's Eilidh Doyle wins the women's 400m hurdles in a world-leading 54.53 seconds at the Diamond League meeting in Doha.
  26. US jobs growth falters in April

    The US economy added 160,000 jobs in April - undershooting expectations and well below the 208,000 created in March.
  27. MPs prepare to grill BHS players

    Next week will see not one but two committees of MPs start on their grilling of those involved with the high street veteran BHS, which collapsed last month. The BBC's business editor charts the events that led to this.
  28. Elections 2016: At-a-glance guide

    An at-a-glance guide to the 2016 elections, including results and analysis from around the UK.
  29. SNP celebrate - as Labour 'hang on'

    Nicola Sturgeon plays down talk of an independence referendum after the SNP's win - while Jeremy Corbyn says results across Britain show Labour had "hung on".
  30. Junior doctors' contract talks welcomed

    Moves by the government and junior doctors to restart talks has prompted hope the dispute over new working arrangements can be solved.
  31. Axed health champion fears for young

    The former mental health champion for schools in England says the government's decision to axe her role silences young people and teachers.
  32. Special needs pupils school place delay

    Solicitors say thousands of pupils with special needs were not offered secondary school places, assessed to be suitable for them, by the official deadline.
  33. UK universities slip in world rankings

    The UK has 10 universities in the top 100 of the world's best when it comes to global reputation, but many have slipped down the rankings in the past year.
  34. Space Invaders joins gaming hall of fame

    Space Invaders, Sonic the Hedgehog and Grand Theft Auto III are inducted into the US-based World Video Game Hall of Fame.
  35. Microsoft removes store-blocking feature

    Businesses running the professional version of Windows 10 will no longer be able to block access to the Windows Store, the software giant says.
  36. SpaceX records another rocket landing

    US company SpaceX makes another successful landing of a rocket booster after launching a satellite to orbit.
  37. Shower gel plastic beads may face ban

    The UK's Environment Minister promises action to cut pollution from facial scrubs and body washes.
  38. Drake does the chart double

    Drake scores a number one double bill - topping both the UK single and album chart.
  39. O'Connor sued over Prince comments

    Comedian Arsenio Hall is suing Sinead O'Connor after she suggested he supplied drugs to Prince.
  40. The battle for a bishop's reputation

    George Bell was one of the most revered Anglican bishops from the last century, until he was accused of having been a child abuser.
  41. Reinventing China's abortion police

    They caused heartache for millions but now some of the people who forced Chinese women to have abortions have a new job.
  42. Five young people describe their dream internet

    Young people around the world offer their thoughts on what the internet should be.
  43. The lake that people used to flock to

    The place that was known as the Blackpool of the Potteries
  44. Election 2016: Before-and-after maps

    What the elections reveal so far
  45. How does grief cause physical pain?

    How does grief cause people physical pain?
  46. Kim Jong-un's sister waits in the wings

    Kim Jong-un's sibling waits in the wings
  47. Quiz of the week's news

    What's the name of Princess Charlotte's pet?
  48. The unmarried Pakistani woman who wrote about her sex life

    The unmarried Pakistani woman who wrote about her sex life
  49. Finding the graves of the two Joes

    War heroes' graves found after 70 years
  50. Chicken fingers: Trying out the KFC nail polish

    Trying out KFC's flavoured nail polish
  51. The synagogue that is becoming a mosque

    Why is this synagogue becoming a mosque?
  52. Big Bang star strikes chord with Streep

    Big Bang's Simon Helberg on starring with 'tuneless' Streep
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