Australian PM Tony Abbott survives a party confidence vote on his leadership, as MPs vote down a motion to remove him by 61 to 39.
A film from Northern Ireland wins a Bafta at the 2015 awards ceremony.
Flanker James Haskell says England's Six Nations win in Wales banished the demons of their heavy 2013 defeat.
Former West Ham striker and MOTD2 pundit John Hartson explains why Manchester United are under-performing in attack.
Tense wait for Briton and others on Indonesia’s death row
Could drones solve Singapore's service staffing woes?
Try of the week, Chris Robshaw's redemption and why Scotland have hope - Jeremy Guscott on the Six Nations openers.
HSBC, Britain's biggest bank, helped wealthy clients cheat the UK out of millions of pounds in tax, thousands of documents seen by BBC Panorama show.
British skater Elise Christie takes 500m silver in the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup in Dresden, Germany.
At least 14 people are killed in clashes between football fans and security forces in Cairo, Egyptian state media reports.
The Bafta Film Awards, the biggest awards event in the British film calendar, get under way in London.
UN-brokered talks aimed at resolving Yemen's political crisis are set to resume, after Shia Houthi rebels took over government.
Ellie Goulding's song Love Me Like You Do has gone straight to number one in the UK singles chart, ending Mark Ronson's reign at the top.
Best actor nominee Eddie Redmayne has said he "poured his heart" into The Theory of Everything, when he tackled the role of Professor Stephen Hawking.
In an in-depth interview about his retirement, AP McCoy discusses winning, injuries and the toughest spell of his career.
Daley Blind rescues a point for Manchester United with a 93rd-minute equaliser against West Ham at Upton Park.
Greece cannot service huge debt and needs a bridge loan, PM Tsipras tells MPs, promising institutional overhaul
BBC Sport pundits, ex-players and the world of social media react to Harry Kane's superb double against Arsenal.
Nigeria's election is being delayed, and whether you think that is a good idea depends on how you will vote, as the BBC's Lucy Fleming reports.