A man is jailed for life for stabbing to death his wife as she was getting ready for a weekend away with her new boyfriend.
A mother of eight is jailed for four years for fraudulently claiming more than £350,000 in benefits and tax credits.
A Blackburn Rovers footballer is charged with making a homophobic gesture to Brighton fans at a Championship match earlier this year.
Two men are arrested after RAF Typhoon jets were launched to investigate an incident involving a passenger plane from Pakistan within UK airspace.
The wife of a soldier murdered in a London street says she expected her husband to be safe in the UK.
Four Brighton and Hove Albion footballers are found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
British Airways cancels its short-haul flights to and from Heathrow after one of its planes makes an emergency landing.
Two prison vans transporting defendants to the Dale Cregan murder trial are involved in a collision in Lancashire.
The driver of a coach that plunged off a viaduct near Bath, injuring members of the US band Baroness, is warned he could be issued with an arrest warrant if he fails to attend court.
An independent report highlights faults in the way Rochdale Council dealt with the issue of girls being groomed for sex.
An inquest into the deaths of a father and daughter who died after being thrown from a speedboat in Cornwall is opened.
A couple are pushed into a river after being attacked in a Carlisle park, police say.
Consultant paediatricians at the Eastbourne District General Hospital warn the newly configured children's services are unsafe.
An incendiary device is thrown at a mosque in Milton Keynes, worshippers tell the BBC.
The remains of King Richard III, discovered under a city car park, were buried in a "hastily dug, untidy grave", researchers reveal.
Stephen Fry is one of three notables to be immortalised in sheet steel near Norwich railway station.
An 86-year-old cheese-maker is told by police she may be liable for legal action if she supplies a cheese-rolling event near Gloucester.
Former QPR boss Mark Hughes is contacted by Stoke City after emerging as a leading contender to replace Tony Pulis.
Carl Froch swears he will exact revenge on Mikkel Kessler when they meet for a second time in London on Saturday.
British number one Laura Robson faces former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the French Open first round.
MPs approve same-sex marriage plans at third reading despite significant opposition.
Footage has emerged from on board a plane that had to return to Heathrow Airport to make an emergency landing after black smoke was seen coming from an engine.
Islamic leaders in Luton have asked for police protection against any backlash from the Woolwich murder.
The driver whose tweet about an accident with a cyclist has landed her in trouble has admitted that her Twitter post had been stupid.
Allegations of racism and bullying at Notts County football club are looked at by Nottinghamshire police.
Serious doubts have been raised about the future of a plan to build a new nuclear power station at Sizewell in Suffolk.
More children may drown without better school swimming provision, the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has warned.
A couple who have a young daughter are living apart because neither can stay in the partner's country due to visa issues.
A memorial to victims of a World War II bombing raid on Bournemouth 70 years ago has been unveiled.
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