Israeli PM Netanyahu tells the BBC Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas must abandon his pact with Hamas if he wants peace talks to resume.
A mother is charged with murdering three of her children who were found dead at their home in south-west London.
Russia and the US accuse each other of failing to de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine, following raids by Kiev on pro-Russian separatists in the east.
The government says it is making "urgent inquiries" into reports Whitehall computers were used to make insulting comments about the Hillsborough disaster.
A convicted paedophile abused children at a private school in London where he taught, its chair of governors confirms.
Barclays shareholders vote to approve the bank's remuneration package, which includes higher bonuses despite a 30% fall in profits.
Firefighters in England and Wales are to stage strikes on 2, 3 and 4 May over a long-running pensions row, the Fire Brigades Union says.
The postal union, the CWU, says it's secured a pay deal covering more than 3,000 staff at Crown Post Offices worth up to 7.3% over 3 years.
Overall crime in England and Wales falls by 15% in 2013, an official survey shows - but there are signs, according to police figures, of rises in certain categories.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone denies charges of bribery at the start of his trial in Munich and says he will fight to clear his name.
The leader of a gang which stole £1.25m from two of Britain's major banks in a "sophisticated and organised" cyber attack, is jailed for five-and-a-half years.
The BBC announces it is to suspend its membership of the employers' organisation the CBI during the Scottish independence referendum campaign.
Seven-year-olds are happier when they are allowed sweets, snacks and television in moderation, suggests a study of children's well-being.
A dozen previously unknown works created by Andy Warhol have been recovered from 30-year-old Amiga disks.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires accepts the Football Association's charge of violent conduct for fracas in defeat to Sunderland.
Ronnie O'Sullivan trails Joe Perry 5-3 after the first session of their second-round match at the World Snooker Championship.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp rules himself out of contention to become the next manager of Manchester United.
Former Rangers, Hearts and Scotland defender Sandy Jardine dies aged 65 following a battle with cancer.
Scotland will need to beat their closest neighbours if Glasgow is to be a Euro 2020 host city, says SFA chief Stewart Regan.
The Labour Party is looking to sever its links with the troubled Co-op Bank, bringing to an end one of the oldest political partnerships in the UK.
Barclays shareholders have voted to approve the bank's remuneration package, which includes higher bonuses despite a 30% fall in profits.
Scottish independence would leave working people north and south of the border worse off, Ed Miliband claims.
Campaigns have started for Europe's elections in just over a month but is the European electorate engaged?
Skin grown in the laboratory could replace animals in drug and cosmetics testing, according to UK scientists.
Kelly Fletcher explains the serious genetic condition Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
A study says the public cost of higher university fees and loans is "highly uncertain" and depends on how much future graduates will earn.
Concerns raised earlier this month about a lack of long-term vision for education in Wales were highlighted over six years ago according to a confidential document.
Internet retailer Amazon reports a 32% jump in profit to $108m in the first quarter, but investors worry over increasing expenses.
Microsoft's natural language expert explains how he breathed life into the firm's Halo-inspired virtual assistant Cortana.
An exceptionally bright supernova that baffled scientists has been explained - its light is amplified by another galaxy acting as a "lens".