David Cameron is to tell the Conservative Party conference there will be more money to ensure seven-day GP access is rolled out across England by 2020.
Home Secretary Theresa May is to tell the Conservative Party conference a future Tory government will seek new powers to ban extremist groups.
Hong Kong leader CY Leung urges pro-democracy protesters to "immediately" stop their campaign, as crowds bring parts of the city to a standstill.
UK economic growth has been revised up to 0.9% for the second quarter of the year by the Office for National Statistics.
The annual pace of house price growth slowed to 9.4% in September in England and Wales, according to the Nationwide.
The Sunday Mirror apologises to women whose photos were used in a probe that saw a Conservative minister resign, but stands by its story.
The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, with wildlife populations halving in just 40 years, a report says.
A third video has appeared featuring British hostage John Cantlie who is being held by Islamic State militants.
Children in South Yorkshire care homes were left vulnerable to sexual abuse because of police "shortcomings", a report finds.
The Met Office says the UK is on course for its driest September since records began more than a century ago.
Next says the recent warm weather has slowed sales growth and adds it might have to cut its profit forecast if the warm spell continues.
The number of people trafficked for slavery or other exploitation in the UK has risen sharply to more than 2,700, the National Crime Agency says.
Chelsea Clinton leaves a New York hospital with her baby daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.
New technology allows security services to analyse the contents of the sewers to discover where people are making home-made bombs.
Comedian Seann Walsh describes the moment he realised he had travelled to Hereford, instead of Hertford, for a gig.
Worldwide web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee talks about his concerns for the internet, as he renews his call for a digital Magna Carta.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been put to the test by BBC Newsnight, in an attempt to establish whether he is a "moderniser or a "more socially conservative person".
A French scientist uses reflective light technology to reveal the secrets of the 500-year-old Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci.
Hong Kong protests and the background to the Occupy Central movement - in 60 seconds.
Changes to UK law come into force this week allowing people to use copyright material from films, TV shows and songs in order to parody them.
Ad-free social media platform Ello overcomes a technical setback to continue its rapid growth, but one expert questions its business model.
The video streaming site Netflix will release its first feature-length film in 2015, after striking a deal with the Weinstein Company.
Pledges from the Conservative Party conference dominate front pages, with some focusing on measures to expand GP cover and others examining the benefits freeze.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew expects to have "serious conversations" with owner Mike Ashley after the 1-0 defeat at Stoke.
World number one golfer Stacy Lewis says she would be keen to see the introduction of a mixed-gender 'Ryder Cup' tournament.
Football League chairman Greg Clarke is accused of "hiding behind excuses" while Paul Ince calls for the "Rooney Rule".
Paul McGinley says his relationship with Darren Clarke will not influence the appointment of Europe's next Ryder Cup captain.
Adam Lyth could have been a footballer, but his exploits as a Yorkshire batsman have put him on the brink of an England call-up.
Three major UK supermarkets are to cut the prices of petrol and diesel by up to 5p, starting on Tuesday.
Robert Peston looks at how much George Osborne has to save to eliminate the UK's deficit and where he might find the money.