BBC News - UK
Updated: 5 hours 12 min ago
Two councils fail to block asylum seekers being relocated to large hotels in their areas.
There are question marks over some high-profile legislation, including on online safety and renters' reform.
Britain's Foreign Secretary says "intimidation of any kind" towards the press will not be tolerated.
David Smith pleads guilty to collecting intelligence and leaking secret documents while in Berlin.
The number of people in work seeking crisis support from Citizens Advice has more than doubled since 2020.
The mother's bill was sky-high because she has to run life support equipment for her daughter, age 12.
The former home secretary signed a restriction preventing their disclosure "without consultation".
Marjorie Rigby, 102, did not know what happened to her stillborn daughter.
This year's commemorations involved the recently restored Big Ben striking 11 times.
George David, 16, is being urged to hand himself in for questioning by murder detectives.
Bradford Movie Makers is one of the oldest groups for fans of amateur cinema in the UK.
Some fellow I'm A Celebrity stars appeared uncomfortable with the ex-health secretary being in the jungle.
Spending on free childcare in England is predicted to fall by 8% in real-terms over the next two years.
It comes after the Bank of England warns the UK is facing a two-year financial slump.
The environmental group says it will not hold any more protests "for the foreseeable future".
Some London Underground lines are not running after a 24-hour walkout by RMT members ends.
Chief constable Olivia Pinkney says officers spend too long working on behalf of other services.
Councils across England say they will have to axe everyday services as their finances are squeezed.
Queen's University researchers say the current system "disadvantages the most disadvantaged".
Melika Balali says she has been given police security after the Iranian government tried to find her.