Nick Clegg warns against attempts to "hijack" proposals to legalise same-sex marriage in England and Wales amid opposition from some MPs.
A man and a woman are found dead at the scene of a suspected gas explosion at a Nottinghamshire house.
UK astronaut Tim Peake is to fly to the International Space Station, launching on a Soyuz rocket in November or December 2015.
A 47-year-old British man living in France has been arrested on suspicion of killing his two children, aged five and 10.
Young children should hear about the dangers of pornography as soon as they have access to the internet, head teachers say.
David Cameron has called on British overseas territories to "get their house in order" and sign up to international treaties on tax.
At least 26 people are killed and many more wounded by car bombs in the Iraqi cities of Baghdad and Basra, police and medical officials say.
Crucial evidence from the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster, which was undermined at the original inquest, was true, BBC Panorama finds.
A number of prominent business leaders accuse those calling for Britain to leave the European Union of "putting politics before economics".
The father of former England footballers Gary and Phil Neville is to be charged with sexual assault, the Crown Prosecution Service says.
The amount of time asthma patients spend soaking up the sun may have an impact on their health, researchers have suggested.
Yahoo's board approves a deal to buy New York-based blogging service Tumblr for $1.1bn (£725m), US media reports say.
Police in England and Wales have taken DNA samples from children every 10 minutes, new figures from the Howard League for Penal Reform show.
The Royal Navy's former flagship, the Ark Royal, leaves its home port of Portsmouth for the final time later, bound for a scrap yard in Turkey.
The WRVS, set up by women to help efforts on the home front during World War II, changes its name in a bid to attract more male volunteers.
The "rather too small" show which has lasted 100 years.
High inflation has cost the UK economy £10bn over the last three years, says an influential report, and has now become a "permanent fixture".
Discount airline Ryanair reports record full-year profits and rising revenues despite soaring fuel costs, but hits out at "bizarre" EU takeover decision.
Lib Dem minister Danny Alexander dismisses claims that Deputy PM Nick Clegg could face a Lib Dem leadership challenge from Vince Cable.
The health secretary rebuffs claims the PM is losing control of his backbenchers over Europe - as Tory activists complain of a "crisis" destroying the party.
The risk of developing bunions - bony growths on the big toe - is linked to your family, not your shoes, a US study has shown.
An update to one of the most important manuals in mental health - known as the bible of psychiatry - is published.
Fewer children are walking to school in the UK, campaigners say.
Pupils' well-being and education should not be sacrificed to meet new targets, the leader of a head teachers' union tells its annual conference.
State-sponsored hackers are renewing their attacks on the US after a three-month hiatus, according to the New York Times.
Up to 22 million login names may have been stolen during a hack attack on Yahoo Japan, the web firm warns.
Strengthening biosecurity at UK borders and a plant health risk register would help protect the nation's trees from pests and diseases, a report concludes.
Global temperature rises will be slower in the coming decades say researchers but the long term picture is consistent.
Rod Stewart scores his first UK number one album for 34 years, going straight to the top with his LP, Time.
A celebrated Pre-Raphaelite painting that led to a marriage breakdown is acquired by the Ashmolean museum.