"Direct action" anti-fracking campaigners target haulage company depots over its links with Cuadrilla.
Soldier is only the second woman in history to become a Yeoman of the Guard at the Tower of London.
Ribchester was one of the worst affected areas during the winter 2015 floods.
Zsolt Suhaj broke into a number of homes in order to sexually assault and rape women.
The six-week-old baby died from head injuries five days after being taken to hospital, police say.
A market stallholder told the buyer the figure was rare when he bought it in 1980.
Mersey Care Whalley to shut by 2019, with patients facing transfer or community move, NHS England says.
Ernie Moore, 80, is still waiting for a step lift for his home, five months after leaving hospital.
A Blackpool Conservative club pays out £35,000 following unlawful discrimination claim.
Owen Lambert, photographed with a head wound after the London attack, tells the BBC what happened to him.
England's James Anderson faces some quick-fire questions on a range of cricketing subjects and reveals the best thing about owning a race horse.
Ex-England goalkeeper and BBC Sport pundit Rachel Brown-Finnis looks at how manager Sean Dyche's philosophy is shaping Burnley's future.
Burnley post a net loss of £3.7m for the year to June 2016 - a result they attribute to funding their Championship promotion campaign.
Michael van Gerwen bounces back from his record-ending defeat by Raymond van Barneveld with a 7-1 Premier League win.
Players and staff at League Two side Morecambe have their wages paid late for a third time this season.
US senators also suggest Russian influence may have affected Britain's Brexit vote.
Malaysia's PM lifts the ban on moving the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader.
The new settlement is the first to be given in the go-ahead in two decades.
Park Geun-hye is taken to a detention centre south of Seoul after a court approves her arrest.
"We can't necessarily focus on Assad," says a US envoy in remarks that alarm the Syrian opposition.
Corey Hancock, 41, spotted the malnourished bear lying on his back alone while hiking in Oregon.
Initial talks must focus on rights of citizens in each other's territory, President Hollande adds.
Environmental groups say the potential harm to land, air, water and wildlife has been underplayed.
The 24-year-old was arrested despite having a work permit and being protected from deportation.
Opposition politicians attack President Nicolas Maduro after legislative powers are taken away.
State legislators approve a late-night deal to repeal the law, sending it to the governor's desk.
Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough were meant to be installing debris shields on the ISS.
US First Daughter Ivanka Trump has joined her father's administration in an official capacity.
Residents who live on high enough ground have been told not to venture into the floods because of sharks and snakes in the water.
Firefighters have been tackling a huge warehouse fire in Shanxi province.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gives an impassioned speech about the future of the European Union.
BBC News asks people living in cities across Syria what it is like to live with war.
Donald Tusk stresses the positives as he receives a letter from the UK triggering Article 50.
Ruby Stein and her cat, Nikki, rationed their food and fashioned a blanket to stave off the cold.
Posters were seen at Stanton College which identified types of dress worn by 'good girls' and 'bad girls'.
Estonian police cars will carry teddy bears to comfort children at scene of incidents.
French retirement home residents complain to mayor about lack of chips.
Siberian truants bunk off school to drink and gamble in their home-made pub.
US Vice-President Mike Pence won't dine alone with any woman who is not his wife - noble or sexist?
The BBC has learned that US officials "verified" a key claim in a report about Russian involvement in Donald Trump's election.
A former interior minister emerges as a key figure challenging President Erdogan's referendum plans.
The BBC's Vikas Pandey visits a community of butchers affected by the crackdown on meat shops.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Joseph Warungu looks at why Kenya insists that its senior political leaders must hold a university degree.
You may not have heard of the Sulu-Celebes sea, but piracy is on the rise there.
Canada is experiencing an influx of funding for AI research and commercialisation.
The BBC's Dan Johnson witnessed history in Brussels as the UK and the EU officially started their divorce.
Tory peer and Remain campaigner Lord Heseltine says Britain has no leverage for Brexit negotiations.
The majority of British citizens in Europe live in Spain, where there's mixed feeling about life post-Brexit.
Formal proceedings to divorce the UK from the EU have begun.
Police officers have led a tribute to the victims of the Westminister attack.
The Imam of a London mosque describes why he joined a vigil on Westminster Bridge.
The nightly photographs have become a "routine" that the little girl's parents look forward to.
Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.
According to a new survey, nearly half of British dog and cat owners let their animals sleep on their bed.
Anna has used 50 eggs, four-and-a-half kilos of sugar and over two-and-a-half kilos of chocolate.
Callie Blackwell said she was terrified of her teenage son "dying in pain".
MSPs voted by 69 to 59 in favour of seeking permission for a referendum before the UK leaves the EU.
Schoolgirls who designed and built a robot will represent the UK in the Robotics World Championship.
Deborah was feeling "under the weather" for about a year, before being diagnosed with bowel cancer.
The Saatchi Gallery is opening a 'selfie show' to examine whether or not they are an art form.
Two days before this death, Clem Curtis said he enjoyed "every moment" of being with The Foundations.
A four-year-old boy who went viral on social media on World Book Day got the surprise of his life.
While creating a mural, a group of strangers sum up Britain today in one word.
The UK's new 12-sided £1 coins will be rolled out on Tuesday - but are we ready?
An amateur photographer is making his name photographing buildings.
Owen Lambert, photographed with a head wound after the London attack, tells the BBC what happened to him.
The Foundations' lead singer, who has died aged 76, is remembered as a "pioneer of soul music" in Britain.
Drone footage shows the extent of the destruction after a suspected gas explosion on Merseyside. Two people were seriously injured and 32 others hurt.
Denise Campbell Brown married her husband in September last year. On honeymoon she discovered she had fibroids, a condition that affects around one in three women.
The government is to respond to fears a police risk assessment form has been used in a "racist" way to target grime artists, the BBC understands.
Virtual reality tours of WW1 battlefields offer students a different type of history lesson.
Some studies suggest taking your pet to the office has its benefits.
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd says social media apps like WhatsApp, which encrypts users messages, cannot be a hiding place for terrorists.
The government's anti-extremism programme Prevent should be paused, Baroness Warsi says.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says Douglas Carswell, who has quit the party, was "facing difficult questions".
Boxer James DeGale and his mum Diane reveal how many times he calls a day, whether she still washes his sheets and if James has ever given her flowers for Mother's Day.
A girl with cerebral palsy who once modelled for a clothes retailer has seen her condition improve.
Television stars on claims that there is too much violence against women in dramas.
The clocks go forward for British Summer Time on Sunday, but one Oxford college is lagging behind.
The display features more than 2,000 ticking clocks and takes up an entire room at the estate.
UKIP's Douglas Carswell is quitting the party to become an independent MP and says he will not trigger a by-election.
James Corden’s Red Nose Day Carpool karaoke, Ed Sheeran and the Love Actually cast help Comic Relief raise more than £71m so far.
Research is under way to determine how clock changes affect children's sleep patterns.
One of Wales' most wanted criminals was caught in Amsterdam after he walked in front of BBC TV cameras, it is revealed.
Harlow was built after World War Two to ease overcrowding in London.
Khalid Masood, 52, was born in Kent and named Adrian Elms at birth. He'd served time in three prisons.
Tyson, a one-eyed dog, has become the "longest-stay dog" at an RSPCA centre near Aylesbury.
A charity is hoping to help sufferers in south Wales by launching the first self-help group of its kind in the area.
Conservative MP for Shipley says going on Twitter was "probably one of the worst things I ever did".
Banned driver Tony Berrill, 24, ran red lights and performed dangerous overtaking moves.
Student accommodation in Glasgow is being built using shipping containers stacked seven storeys high
Volunteers at a heritage railway are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first locomotive to travel on the restored line.
The boyfriend of Romanian Andreea Cristea, who fell into the Thames in a terror attack, was going to propose.
Red Nose Day Actually, which airs at 19:00 GMT, shows what happened to the characters since 2003.
A mature stag has learnt how to use its antlers to lift bird feeders off garden trees.
Schools across Suffolk mark Red Nose Day, with events ranging from a Mexican wave, to a drumming session with Harry McFly.
Footage obtained by the Sun shows Theresa May being hurried to safety during Wednesday's attack.
As Theresa May prepares to trigger Article 50, Katya Adler speaks to Jean-Claude Juncker about Brexit.
The BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a beer poured for him by a robotic barman - but how long does it take?
The redevelopment of the pier includes shops, a restaurant and a bowling alley.
Tony Davis was the first person to reach PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the London attack.
Matthew Price reports from Westminster Bridge on the deadly sequence of events.
Thousands attend a vigil in central London to remember the victims of Wednesday's attack.
Witnesses describe how attack near the Houses of Parliament unfolded.
A trailer for the Love Actually sequel, with Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln holding flash cards, debuts.
People living in and visiting London share the same optimistic message in the aftermath of the attack.
The Archbishop of Westminster tells the BBC that the Westminster attack could never be justified.
Met Police Acting Deputy Commissioner Mark Rowley gave update on the investigation early this morning.
Conservative MP James Cleverly, who knew PC Keith Palmer, pays an emotional tribute in the Commons.
Brendan Cox, the widower of murdered MP Jo Cox, called for togetherness after the Westminster attack.
A woman describes the "scary" moment police raided a Birmingham flat in an operation linked to the London attack.
Martin Pearce broadcasted live on Facebook during the immediate aftermath of the attack.
Journalist Quentin Letts has described seeing a man in black who appeared to strike a policeman.
Radoslow Sikorski was crossing Westminster Bridge when he heard a crash.
The prime minister has condemned the terror attack on Westminster as "sick and depraved".
Sadiq Khan praised emergency services' swift response, after a terror attack in Westminster.
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said the officer was a "husband and father".
Steve Voake was on Westminster Bridge when a car mowed down pedestrians.
Metropolitan Police Commander BJ Harrington gives details of what the police know so far.