A 16-year-old boy gets life for murdering teacher Ann Maguire.
The head of the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse, Fiona Woolf, resigns.
A report has sparked a row in the coalition over the best way to tackle illegal drugs.
Surrey Police face questions after returning guns to a man who later shot two women dead.
The latest on Lloyds Bank's decision to cut 9,000 jobs and close 150 branches.
After 13 long years, Britain's mission in Afghanistan comes to an end.
David Cameron insists the UK will not pay a 2bn euros top-up fee to the EU by December.
Health bosses reveal a five-year plan to transform the NHS.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
Oscar Pistorius begins a five-year jail term for killing Reeva Steenkamp.
The NCA head says some paedophiles with images of child abuse will not be prosecuted.
Five men have been charged in connection with a plot to shot and kill police in London.
A minister apologises for questioning the minimum wage for disabled people.
An Old Bailey jury hears that Tony and Cherie Blair may have been potential terror targets
The health secretary says the UK may see a handful of Ebola cases in the coming months.
Ukip celebrates its first elected MP in the by-election in Clacton, Essex.
The government admits it is possible that someone with Ebola will come into the UK.
Health officials in Spain investigate how a nurse contracted Ebola in Madrid.
Shrien Dewani pleads not guilty to murder, and IS militants close in on the town of Kobane
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Adrian Chiles.
After 16 years, Peter Allen presents Drive for the final time.
David Cameron pledges tax cuts for 30 million people.
RAF jets carry out their first attacks on Islamic State in Iraq.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Peter Allen.
Downing Street says that intervention in Iraq would be legal.
Parliament will be recalled to debate the UK's role in air strikes in Iraq.
The USA announces plans for more air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.
Tesco's shares fall dramatically after a £250m pound mix-up.