David Cameron says he can achieve a better deal for the UK in Europe but it won't be easy, ahead of key meetings next week with Angela Merkel and Jean-Claude Juncker.
Nicola Sturgeon calls on Alistair Carmichael to consider his position as an MP after he admits being behind the leak of a memo ahead of the election.
NHS trusts in England report a total deficit of £822m for last financial year, compared with £115m the previous year
Ed Balls rules out an early return to frontline politics and says Labour should have been more "pro-business" in an exclusive interview with Nick Robinson.
Police investigating Hatton Garden jewellery raid in London charge a ninth man with conspiracy to burgle.
A London cab driver is jailed for life with a minimum term of 38 years for the murder of a US soldier in a roadside bombing in Iraq in 2007.
Sun crime reporter Anthony France is found guilty of receiving story tips from an anti-terrorism officer based at Heathrow Airport.
A rape victim will receive a £20,000 out-of-court settlement as Hampshire police apologise for failing to investigate her complaint properly and arresting her.
Islamic State militants reportedly seize the last Syrian government-controlled border crossing with Iraq, after taking ancient Palmyra.
The Eiffel Tower shuts down for six hours because of a staff walkout in protest against a surge in pickpocketing gangs.
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in Kent, the British Geological Survey (BGS) says.
A 110lb unexploded World War Two bomb found by builders near Wembley Stadium posed a "risk to life", the Army says.
Images of the destruction wreaked on Nepal's Kathmandu valley landmarks by Saturday's deadly earthquake.
As Islamic State fighters push further across Syria and Iraq, the BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner asks whether the US-led coalition campaign against the jihadists is flawed.
How can a man who helped make bombs in a foreign war end up on trial in a London court?
The BBC's Aidan Lewis looks at what is known about the structure of Islamic State (IS) and how the jihadist group is run.
With an EU referendum on the horizon, we look at the main economic arguments for and against Britain's membership.
A football fan is left in a panic after his dog eats his tickets for Monday's Championship play-off final.
An animal welfare charity appeals for the owner of a dog found wandering on the top of England's highest mountain to come forward.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal "believes" goalkeeper David De Gea will stay at the club next season.
Britain's Kyle Edmund and Johanna Konta qualify for the main draw in the French Open at Roland Garros.
British number one Andy Murray believes he is playing the best clay-court tennis of his career ahead of the French Open.
Brendan Rodgers says he expects Raheem Sterling to see through the remaining two years of his contract.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 cars need to have the fear factor brought back for drivers.
UK government borrowing fell to £6.8bn in April, down from £9.3bn a year earlier, official figures show.
British American Tobacco and Philip Morris file legal challenges against the UK government over plain packaging for cigarettes.
Conservative former cabinet minister Eric Pickles, who left the government at the recent reshuffle, is to be given a knighthood.
The BBC's Newsnight is to host the first debate between the candidates to become the next leader of the Labour Party.
More than a quarter of a middle-aged person's skin may have already made the first steps towards cancer, a study suggests.
A man has been able to control a robotic limb with a mind-reading implant in his brain.