Labour leader Ed Miliband will set out a 10-year plan to make Britain a "world class country" in his final conference speech before the general election.
Tesco has suspended four executives, including its UK managing director, after the supermarket overstated its half-year profit guidance by £250m.
William Hague says the case for English devolution "cannot be avoided" any longer and suggested it could become a major issue at next year's election.
Two-thirds of rail passengers are unhappy with the way their train company deals with delays or cancellations, a survey suggests.
The man who broke into the White House on Friday had 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets in his car, officials say.
Officers searching for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross formally ask for details of the murder conviction of the prime suspect.
Almost 1,700 jobs are to go at the failed mobile phone retailer Phones 4U, after the firm's administrators confirmed that 362 stores will close.
Adults and children should consider having TV-free days or limiting viewing to two hours a day under new proposals to tackle obesity.
The Rockefeller family, which made its fortune from oil, is to sell its investments in fossil fuels and put money into clean energy.
Militants linked to Islamic State have seized a French man in Algeria and demanded an end to French air strikes in Iraq, France confirms.
The future prospects of children in England are being hampered because society fails them in the early years, a leading health academic says.
A leading UK theatre organisation pledges to balance the number of male and female actors that appear in its self-generated productions.
As the artwork for the new Pink Floyd album is unveiled, the band's creative director Aubrey Po speaks to BBC 6 Music about finding the right cover.
Remnants of structures built for Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Great Western Railway are uncovered during the construction of London's Crossrail project.
The number of illegal tips being closed down in the North East has doubled in the last two years, as Chris Jackson reports
BBC Inside Out exposes the gangs organising fake gay marriages for illegal immigrants in London.
The app that turns a global network of strangers into your alarm clock, with a dating twist.
Nathan Sawaya, a New York-based artist has multiple unique exhibitions created solely from standard LEGO bricks with several new sculptures created specifically for each exhibition.
Talks will resume in Myanmar, the country also known as Burma, on Monday aimed at ending 65 years of civil war and ethnic conflict.
The "Smartypan" contains three sensors and a computer chip to allow it communicate over Bluetooth to a smartphone app.
Supermarket Tesco's suspension of four executives over overstated profit guidance leads several papers, while others focus on claims of a Breaking Bad-style murder plot.
The largest gathering of veterans who operated the Colossus code-cracking computer in World War II has been held at Bletchley Park.
A dispute has broken out between Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands over where the preserved body of a Galapagos giant tortoise should be housed.
US captain Tom Watson says his team will be targeting Europe's best player and talisman in this week's Ryder Cup.
Red Bull's Christian Horner insists Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel are still in the fight for the drivers' championship.
A report into alleged corruption at Fifa, football's world governing body, could lead to criminal charges, an MP believes.
Arsenal right-back Mathieu Debuchy will be out for about three months after undergoing surgery on an ankle injury.
Rory McIlroy says he will relish being the European player that America will target in this week's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
The White House announces new treasury department measures aimed at stopping companies avoiding US taxes by merging with overseas firms.
Tesco's chief executive Dave Lewis has said there will be a "full and frank investigation" after the supermarket overstated its profits. Watch the full interview.