A 16-month-old boy dies after a suspected accident involving his high chair.
A zookeeper is taken to hospital after being found with serious injuries in a enclosure following an "incident involving a rhino".
An anti-abortion protester is convicted of harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director at her Belfast city centre offices.
About 500 jobs are secured at a defence firm in Edinburgh, with the signing of a deal to upgrade the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft.
Ed Miliband challenges the PM over a legal case about the spare room subsidy by a domestic violence victim.
Frenchman Romain Grosjean will continue as driver at Lotus for the 2015 Formula 1 season, the team confirm.
A Seattle-based private equity firm that invests in the marijuana industry has struck a deal with the estate of Bob Marley to launch a global cannabis brand.
A Pakistani man can sue the UK government over claims he was unlawfully detained and tortured by British soldiers in Iraq, the High Court rules.
Performance data for thousands of NHS surgeons is being published on Wednesday. Critics fear the figures will mislead the public.
People have been trying to steal ceramic poppies during work to remove them from the Tower of London, the artist who created them says.
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Test Match Special correspondent Jonathan Agnew will be commentating on equestrian for BBC Radio 5 live at the Rio Olympics in 2016, but his riding lessons have not gone smoothly.
Four people are sentenced to death for killing their pregnant relative in an "honour killing" case that caused widespread outrage.
The NHS in England has repeatedly missed a key target for rapidly treating cancer patients, official figures show.
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The police officer who alleged Andrew Mitchell swore at him and called him a pleb is accused of inventing his account of the incident.
Campaigners against tuition fees and student debt are holding a protest march through London.
Faults with Microsoft's cloud computing platform Azure knock many third-party sites offline and restrict access to its own apps.
Police probing the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann are to question former suspect Robert Murat, the BBC learns.
The parents of two girls who died after they were hit by a car - driven by a man with a history of blackouts - call for him to face criminal prosecution.