Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg accuses Nigel Farage of trying to "make political points" in comments made after the deadly shootings in Paris.
A pig belonging to Princess Anne is killed after a wild boar got on to her farm, the royal says.
'Why I tweeted Muhammad cartoon'
The United States Air Force is set to make an announcement on its future use of three UK airbases, amid reports they will close.
Britain's Sir Bradley Wiggins launches a new cycling team as part of his preparations for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
British actress Sienna Miller will return to Broadway to play nightclub singer Sally Bowles in the hit musical Cabaret, replacing Emma Stone.
A teenager from the Isle of Wight is found dead while on a skiing trip in the French Alps.
Guardians of the Galaxy has received a surprise nomination in the adapted screenplay shortlist, as selected by the Writers Guild of America (WGA).
Tesco cancels plans to build to two new stores in Northern Ireland as it announces cutbacks to its supermarket chain across the UK.
A teaching assistant who taped a seven-year-old girl to a chair at a West Yorkshire school is given a 12-month community service order.
Readers' photos on the theme of "something new"
A baby girl is born to recently a released Cuban spy after US authorities allowed him to send his sperm to Cuba to have his wife artificially inseminated.
Efforts to rescue the tail of the AirAsia flight which crashed into the Java Sea are being hampered by poor weather conditions.
The wife of a World War Two veteran who left his nursing home to go to France for D-Day commemorations dies days after her husband.
Falling prices in the eurozone, deflation, may actually be good news for them across the Channel but seriously bad for us here in Britain.
Shire horse Lincoln weighs the same as a small car, eats more than 30 kilos of food every day and is groomed with a pressure washer.
A man is jailed for life for brutally murdering a woman during a robbery at her home in Glasgow.
The operation to salvage the Hoegh Osaka, which was beached in the Solent, continues.
Second in the table, into the last 16 of the Champions League - so what's the problem with Barcelona?
The Work and Pensions Committee takes evidence on the benefits sanction policy.