BBC News - UK
Updated: 4 hours 12 min ago
The PM insists the UK will be ready for a possible no-deal exit, after warnings in a leaked report.
The "homemade electric motorcycle" was approved and registered by the DVLA, police say.
Councils' no-deal Brexit plans warn of more expensive school meals and lower nutritional standards.
The four teenagers deliberately destroyed the £30,000 exhibition in a "rampage" after drinking vodka.
Police blame dissident republicans for the attack on officers and the Army close to the Irish border.
Administrators say there have been positive discussions with potential buyers for Harland and Wolff.
The Home Office is to allow courts to impose restrictions on people police suspect carry weapons.
Violet decided to try the lemon drizzle cake for herself when no one was looking.
Thirteen Costa Coffee employees criticise a franchise manager's handling of multiple stores in Essex.
A duo gathered solutions to knife crime in chicken boxes and want to take them to the Home Office.
Neil Campbell was pulled along a runway by a Porsche, then released to go through a timing gate.
Peter Njuguna was helped by a Berkshire charity that's been adopted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The cabinet will meet every day to plan for an "orderly exit" from the EU.
Peter Thain decided to sow some seeds after his lawn was ruined by the hot weather last year.
Fathers in Magilligan Prison have built a playground to make family visits more enjoyable.
Barry King, from Wiltshire, is on a mission to build the world's biggest matchstick model.
A general election would be the "change of direction" the UK needs, the Labour leader will say later.
The duke says any suggestion he would "condone or participate in" exploitation is "abhorrent".
Anna Ceesay tried to hide it when she began to feel depressed and anxious during her second pregnancy.
The mountaineer is patron of a fundraising campaign for the lake-side Victorian building.