MPs and regulators will examine support given to TV guests after Jeremy Kyle show axed
15/05/2019 ITV axes Jeremy Kyle show after death of guest
16/05/2019 PM Agrees To Set Departure Timetable
The Prime Minister Theresa May has agreed to set a timetable for her departure.
17/05/2019 Labour and Tories blame each other for Brexit talks breakdown
The PM is now considering putting new options before MPs to see if any can get a majority
18/05/2019 Australian Prime Minister celebrates 'miracle' win
Scott Morrison has unexpectedly hung on to power in the Australian election.
19/05/2019 Jeremy Corbyn dismisses PM's 'bold new offer'
Jeremy Corbyn dismisses PM's 'bold new offer'
20/05/2019 Uncertainty for Huawei after Google ban
Huawei says it's unsure about how a ban on some Google software will affect smartphones
21/05/2019 May tells MPs they have "one last chance" to deliver Brexit
Prime Minister says MPs will get a vote on another referendum, although she is against it
22/05/2019 PM under growing pressing to step down
There are signs that Cabinet support for Theresa May's latest Brexit plan is ebbing away
23/05/2019 Paedophile football coach found guilty of dozens of charges of abuse
Former youth football coach guilty of sexually abusing more than twenty of his trainees
24/05/2019 Theresa May to stand down
After months of struggle about Brexit, Theresa May has announced she's standing down.
25/05/2019 Battle to replace May begins
Conservative divisions exposed as race to succeed Theresa May begins.
26/05/2019 Hammond warns Conservative leadership candidates against no deal Brexit
Philip Hammond said it would be "dangerous" to ignore MPs opposed to a no deal Brexit.
27/05/2019 Brexit Party wins most seats in EU elections
Nigel Farage says he's ready to "take on" the Tories and Labour in a general election.
28/05/2019 Brexit Divides Labour Again
Fresh division in Labour over Brexit, as Alastair Campbell is expelled from the party.
29/05/2019 Boris Johnson to face charges over Brexit pledges
Boris Johnson is to appear in court over allegations he lied during the Brexit campaign
30/05/2019 Student Finance Reforms Announced
The Government backs plans to bring back student grants and cut tuition fees.
Labour suspends senior member over anti-Semitism remarks
Peter Willsman has been suspended by the Labour party.
01/06/2019 Migrant boats intercepted
Nine boats carrying migrants have been intercepted in the Channel off Kent.
02/06/2019 Trump promised warm welcome
President Trump promised a warm welcome ahead of his state visit to the UK.
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
04/06/2019 Trump snubs Corbyn on state visit
President Trump turns down a meeting with Jeremy Corbyn. Change UK MPs quit party.
06/06/2019 D-Day Veterans thanked
World leaders mark 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy.
07/06/2019 No retrial for husband killer
A woman who killed her husband will not face a retrial for murder.
08/06/2019 Gove 'deeply regrets' taking cocaine when younger
Gove says taking cocaine more than 20 years ago shouldn't affect his leadership chances
09/06/2019 Michael Gove fends off cocaine criticism
Tory leadership contender says he's lucky not to have been jailed for past cocaine use
10/06/2019 Tory leadership race officially underway
Tory leadership frontrunners outline their pitches
BBC limits over 75s free TV licences
11/06/2019 Oxfam censured by Charity Commission
The Charity Commission censures Oxfam for the way it dealt with sexual misconduct claims
12/06/2019 Boris Johnson launches leadership bid
Boris Johnson enters the leadership race, Arcadia saved from collapse
Round one of the tory leadership contest goes to Boris Johnson
The knockout stages of the Conservative Party leadership contest have begun
14/06/2019 Boris agrees to leadership debate
Boris Johnson has agreed to take part in a BBC debate for the Tory leadership candidates
15/06/2019 Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
Hong Kong cancels plans to allow extraditions to mainland China following mass protests
16/06/2019 Mass protests continue in Hong Kong
Hundreds of thousands join march; Hong Kong's leader apologises for extradition bill
The latest local and national news updates
2019/06/17 08:01 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
BBC News Monday, 9 AM
The latest news from the BBC
One minute of the world's most shareable news - updated every half an hour, 24/7
2019/06/17 08:30 GMT
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.