Detectives are investigating three alleged murders as part of a child abuse inquiry.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
132 children are killed as their school is stormed by Taliban militants in Pakistan.
Three dead and four injured after a 17-hour siege ends at a café in Sydney.
Long delays for passengers after the temporary closure of all London airspace.
Labour leader Ed Miliband sets out his party's approach to cutting the deficit.
Shrien Dewani is cleared of murdering his wife during their South African honeymoon.
Former radio DJ Ray Teret is found guilty of a string of sex offences.
Police in Bristol find the body of a woman and a baby.
Further reaction to the chancellor's Autumn Statement. Plus the day's top news and sport.
A children's doctor who abused 18 boys in his care has been jailed for 22 years.
David Cameron lays out his plans to reduce EU immigration.
Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell loses his 'plebgate' libel action.
Two brothers are the first Britons to be jailed for taking part in terror training.
A parliamentary report reveals MI5 missed chances to learn more about Lee Rigby's killers.
The home secretary announces new security measures to protect Britain from terrorism.
Conservatives say they will win voters back after Ukip's success in Rochester and Strood.
Three men appear in court over an alleged plot to behead a member of the public.
Shares in Royal Mail drop by nearly nine per cent after a fall in profits.
World leaders condemn the killing of four Israelis at a Jerusalem synagogue.
A case of bird flu is confirmed at a duck-breeding farm in East Yorkshire.
A serial killer is jailed for at least 37 years for murdering two teenagers in 1977.
There's strong criticism of Fifa's report into World Cup corruption claims.
The Rosetta probe lands safely on a comet 300 million miles from Earth.
Armistice Day events have taken place marking 100 years since the start of World War I.
The latest on the political storm surrounding Britain's relationship with Europe.
George Osborne says Britain will only have to pay half of its EU bill.