Victoria Wood dies after a short battle with cancer at the age of 62.
Justice secretary Michael Gove sets out the Leave campaign case for leaving the EU.
The chancellor warns a vote to leave the EU would significantly reduce economic growth.
Five people are arrested in Birmingham and at Gatwick Airport on suspicion of terrorism.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn makes his first major speech in the EU referendum debate.
Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe are the designated campaigns in June's EU vote.
The International Monetary Fund says Brexit could cause 'regional and global damage'.
David Cameron announces measures to tackle tax evasion.
A mother is found guilty of murdering her 21-month-old daughter, Ayeeshia Jane Smith.
Two teenage girls who battered a woman to death are sentenced to life in prison.
World Health Organisation report says diabetes now affects one in 11 adults on worldwide.
Two teenage girls are found guilty of murdering a vulnerable woman at her Hartlepool home.
Tax authorities around the world to investigate money laundering after Panama papers leak.
British man convicted of planning a terrorist attack on US soldier outside RAF Lakenheath.
Tributes are paid to comedian and entertainer Ronnie Corbett who has died at the age of 85
David Cameron says he will chair a meeting on the future of the British steel industry.
A man who hijacked an Egyptian airliner and forced it to fly to Cyprus surrenders.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Jason Mohammad and Charissa Chadderton.
Belgian officials name second bomber in the Brussels airport attack as Najim Zaachraoui.
The former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is sentenced to 40 years in prison.
Two brothers are identified as suicide bombers in the Brussels attacks.
A 'black day' for Brussels as bomb explosions kill at least 30 people.
The government scraps plans to cut benefits for some people with disabilities.
The main suspect in the Paris terror attacks, Salah Abdesalam, has been captured.
Doubts have been raised about whether the government can achieve a budget surplus by 2020.
George Osborne announces plans for a sugar tax in the Budget.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Tony Livesey and Anna Foster.
Russia orders its military to withdraw from Syria.
Police in Northern Ireland warn of more possible attacks by dissident republicans.
An interim report into the plane crash at Shoreham air show is published.