A horse farmer who forced a vulnerable man to carry out unpaid forced labour for 13 years pleads guilty midway through his trial.
US military pilot ejects to safety as plane crashes in a field near houses and a school in Lincolnshire.
The UK's Lord Hill has been confirmed as the EU commissioner for financial services after facing questions from MEPs for a second time.
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Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams believes F1 should consider enclosed cockpits to improve driver safety.
The Spanish nurse infected with Ebola touched her face with her gloves after treating a priest who died from the disease, a doctor says.
It is understood that one of four men arrested in anti-terror raids in London on Tuesday is a man called Tarik Hassane, from Ladbroke Grove in west London.
With concerns about Ebola rising, the BBC's health correspondent, Branwen Jeffreys, answers your questions.
A tornado causes damage to homes and vehicles in a Derbyshire town.
Councils in Wales are told they will get £146m less in 2015-16 from the Welsh government - an overall cut of 3.4%.
The discovery of 40,000-year-old artworks in Indonesian caves challenges established views on the origins of humans' artistic capabilities.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is "likely to be out for 10 to 12 weeks" with a knee injury, his national team Germany announce.
Enlargement commissioner Štefan Füle says a number of EU candidate countries require further progress.
A new £24.5bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset is to go ahead after it received final approval from European Union regulators.
A spokeswoman for Commons Speaker John Bercow resigns after an outspoken speech at the Liberal Democrat conference.
First Minister Peter Robinson has been in contact with Chancellor George Osborne to discuss proposals to ease Stormont's immediate financial challenges, the BBC understands.
A headteacher blames "misguided hysteria" over Ebola for the cancellation of a school visit by a child from Sierra Leone.
Despite Jules Bianchi’s accident, the 1994 death of Ayrton Senna was already a wake-up call which those in charge of the sport have never forgotten.
Abortions should be allowed in Northern Ireland where the foetus has a lethal abnormality, the Stormont Department of Justice has recommended.