Thousands of junior doctors in England are to go on strike next week.
Security is tightened ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations across the UK and Europe.
Storm Frank continues to batter parts of northern Britain.
Storm Frank threatens more disruption in flood-hit parts of the country.
A woman dies and five people are injured after a car crashes into a coffee shop in Kent.
More rain and high winds are expected in already flood-hit areas of Cumbria.
Kim Howells calls the Afghan war the 'biggest failure of intelligence in recent times'.
Sepp Blatter says he will appeal against his eight-year ban from football.
Tony Livesey speaks to RAF pilots about their role in air strikes against so-called IS.
Chelsea sack manager Jose Mourinho seven months after he led them to the league title.
Critics accuse the government of making a U-turn over fracking under national parks.
The rocket carrying British astronaut Major Tim Peake docks with the ISS.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Tony Livesey and Lucy Grey.
Ofsted is setting up a taskforce to seek out unregistered, illegal schools in England.
David Cameron chairs a meeting of ministers to discuss airport expansion plans.
The government pledges more than 50 million pounds to help those hit by floods.
The clean-up begins after the devastating floods caused by Storm Desmond.
David Cameron says flood defences in Cumbria 'were not enough' for Storm Desmond.
Cult leader Aravindan Balakrishnan is found guilty of a series of sexual assaults.
RAF Typhoons have carried out the first UK air strikes on Syria.
MPs debate whether to bomb Islamic State militants in Syria.
The government agrees the motion that could lead to British air strikes in Syria.
Jeremy Corbyn grants Labour MPs a free vote on UK air strikes in Syria.
Andy Murray begins his bid to lead Great Britain to their first Davis Cup win since 1936.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
NATO ambassadors meet in Brussels after Turkey admitted shooting down a Russian warplane.
David Cameron announces the government will spend £178 billion on defence over next decade
At least 18 people are reported dead in a siege at a Mali hotel.
French authorities confirm the man thought to be behind the Paris attacks has been killed.