Jeremy Clarkson tells reporters outside his home: 'I'm off to the job centre'.
The BBC suspends Jeremy Clarkson after what was described as a 'fracas' with a producer.
England crash out of the Cricket World Cup at the group stage.
Broadcasters will go ahead with TV election debates whether or not the PM takes part.
David Cameron is accused of 'running scared' over the live election TV debates.
The stepbrother of Bristol teenager Becky Watts is charged with her murder.
Body parts have been found in the search for missing Bristol teenager Becky Watts.
Police arrest two people on suspicion of the murder of Bristol teenager Becky Watts.
Ed Miliband says a Labour government will reduce the cap on tuition fees in England.
The Islamic State militant known as Jihadi John is identified as a man from west London.
Greater Manchester is to become the first region to get control of its health spending.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Tony Livesey and Anna Foster.
Two senior MPs are suspended from their parties over cash for access allegations.
A black man who was pushed off a train in Paris by Chelsea fans speaks of his humiliation.
A London teenager is found guilty of planning to behead a British soldier.
Unemployment is down again and average pay is up.
Egypt appeals for help to fight Islamic State extremists in Libya.
The former TV weatherman, Fred Talbot, is found guilty of indecent assault.
World leaders welcome a deal aimed at ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
The government vows to legislate to protect NHS whistle-blowers from discrimination.
Sky and BT will pay over five billion pounds for live Premier League matches from 2016.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Clare McDonnell and Tony Livesey.
The leaders of France and Germany are in Moscow to discuss a peace plan for Ukraine.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
Rotherham council is branded 'not fit for purpose' following sex abuse scandal.
MPs vote to introduce laws allowing the creation of babies from three people.
The prime minister promises to protect school funding in England.
A lecturer who was viciously beaten by four burglars welcomes their jail sentences.
Discs containing information from three of the UK's most sensitive inquiries are lost.