European Union leaders call for stricter checks on travellers entering the passport-free Schengen area, in response to last month's Paris attacks.
Egypt says it is ready to evacuate its citizens from Libya after IS militants release images apparently showing Egyptian Christians seized there.
UK construction output fell by more than initially estimated in the final quarter of 2014 after new home building declined for the first time in nearly two years.
Jonathan Agnew on England's World Cup chances, Eoin Morgan's form, why Australia are favourites but India might struggle.
An Oxfordshire resident expresses his bemusement at being awarded a free bin in a prize draw after filling out a survey for his council.
McCartney on why making music was easier in the low-tech era
Former Manchester United player Paul Scholes says the club's play is "miserable" and failing their attacking traditions.
The head of the FBI has admitted that many police officers in US cities develop racial biases over time.
Preview of Saturday's international between England and Italy at Twickenham.
A baby red squirrel found clinging to its dead mother in Aberdeenshire is being cared for by the Scottish SPCA.
Vint Cerf, a "father of the internet", says a way must be found to stop all our images and documents being lost through technological obsolescence.
Powers over fracking would be devolved to Wales if Labour wins the general election, the party announces ahead of its Welsh conference in Swansea.
A serial rapist who attacked pregnant women and physically abused children during a 13-year campaign of abuse is jailed.
A Luton Islamic school is "undermining British values" and "limits girls to knitting and sewing" in technology classes, Ofsted inspectors say.
Footage has emerged showing Baher Mohamed arriving home to be reunited with his family, as Sally Nabil reports.
Suspected Boko Haram militants from Nigeria attack a village on the shores of Lake Chad overnight, the first such attack on Chadian soil.
Kenneth Noye, one of the UK's most notorious criminals, could be released after being granted a parole hearing.
A new image of the planned Marischal Square development in Aberdeen is released by the developers.
Waiting times for A&E patients have improved slightly in the past week, figures show, with NHS bosses suggesting they give grounds for "cautious optimism".
Rent-to-own retailer PerfectHome has been fined for making some customers hand over their keys before delivering purchases.