10 June 2014
Mark Easton ponders the difficulties involved in promoting British values.
More than a million public sector workers are expected on strike later in a series of disputes with the government over pay, pensions and job cuts.
A member of staff at a mental health hospital in Gloucester dies after being stabbed at work.
There are fears chemicals could ignite at an aerospace firm's factory where a massive fire has erupted.
The new president of the Royal College of Surgeons says the 18-week waiting target for routine operations in England should be reviewed.
Insurance companies are to be forced to provide clearer information on annual renewal quotations, after coming under pressure from consumer groups.
BBC director general Lord Hall sets out proposals to introduce an open market for programme-making at the corporation.
Has Cambridge cracked the code for economic success?
Oscar Wilde's court ordeal brought to stage by his grandson
What passengers think of new airport security checks
How to Train Your Dragon sequel aims to outdo original
Remembering the York Minster fire 30 years on
Why were female diplomats banned until 1946?
PM and unions at loggerheads on front pages
Learn about the man behind the greatest fraud in recent sporting history
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