Can parents and non-parents ever truly understand each other?
Emma Simpson visited a branch of Poundland to find out what shoppers go there to buy.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he plans to contest an FA disrepute charge over comments made on refereeing.
Stop-start traffic is reported for 15 miles on the M4 into Cardiff ahead of the opening Six Nations clash between Wales and England at the Millennium Stadium.
A press officer for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been given an eight-month suspended sentence after he admitted leaking details of the 2010 budget to the Sun.
Islamic State militants claim US female hostage killed in a coalition air strike in Syria, monitoring website says.
The leader of the far-right French Front National party, Marine Le Pen, has claimed that controlling immigration is essential in the fight against Islamist extremism.
The week's big numbers visualised.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis says Saido Berahino was wrong to make comments about his future in a television interview.
Folk-rock musician Roy Harper is cleared of indecently assaulting an 11-year-old girl in the 1970s.
Why Europe is protecting itself from big US tech firms
Great Britain recover from the brink of elimination to defeat Ukraine and top their group in Fed Cup qualifying.
Competition watchdog orders Stagecoach and Virgin to take action on overlapping routes.
James Reynolds reports from Donetsk, as the French and German leaders are due to meet Russia's President Putin to try to halt an escalating offensive by pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine.
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Slovakia is set to hold a referendum on restrictions on gay rights and the adoption of children by same-sex couples.
A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week.
At least 13 suspected bank robbers are killed in a shootout with police in the Brazilian city of Salvador.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu withdraws from a security conference in Munich, after an Israeli delegation is invited.
Fans trying to escape the Hillsborough disaster were "thrown" back into pens by police officers, the inquests jury is told.