Lord Sewel says he wants to take a leave of absence from the House of Lords.
Six members of a paedophile ring in Buckinghamshire are found guilty of abusing two girls.
Family members of schoolgirl Jessica Lawson arrive in France to bring her body home.
Four Chelsea fans are given banning orders after a racist incident on the Paris Metro.
A watchdog finds failings in the support patients get as they leave English hospitals.
Unions criticise the government's plans to make it harder for people to strike.
A historic deal is finally agreed over Iran's nuclear programme.
Eurozone leaders agree to offer Greece a third bailout.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Chris Warburton.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster.
Anna Foster and Chris Mason with the latest news, following a deadly attack in Tunisia.
The transport secretary announces delays to the plans to upgrade the UK's railway network.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
Port strikes in Calais cause travel chaos and opportunities for migrants to board lorries.
Greece says it's on the verge of striking a deal with the rest of the Eurozone.
A friend of one of the three missing sisters from Bradford speaks to the BBC.
President Obama condemns the killings of nine churchgoers in South Carolina.
One of the three sisters feared to be in Syria makes contact with her family in Bradford.
The husbands of two of the missing sisters from Bradford appeal for them to come home.
Concern as 12 members of the same family fail to return from an Islamic pilgrimage.
A British backpacker is deported after going topless on a Malaysian mountain.
Police in Bradford arrest a 14-year-old boy, after the stabbing of a teacher in a school.
The bidding process for the 2026 World Cup is suspended by Fifa.
HSBC plans 8,000 job cuts in the UK as part of major global restructuring.
David Cameron denies saying that ministers would have to support him on the EU - or quit.
The Greek prime minister briefs parliament on debt negotiations.
The chancellor announces plans to sell off the government's remaining stake in Royal Mail.
The FBI is reportedly looking into how Fifa awarded the World Cups for 2018 and 2022.
Four teenagers are hurt on a rollercoaster at Alton Towers, and Sepp Blatter resigns.
Calls for a crematoriums inspector after parents couldn't receive their babies' ashes.