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London attack: Khalid Masood mother 'shocked and saddened'
Janet Ajao says she has "shed many tears" since her son's attack in Westminster killed four victims.
Sturgeon 'frustrated' after May Brexit talks
The prime minister holds talks with Scotland's first minister as she prepares to trigger Article 50.
Windsor Castle barriers installed for Changing of the Guard
The barriers are being placed outside the royal residence after the Westminster attack.
Brexit Question Time: Davis, Salmond and Clegg on panel
Alex Salmond, Keir Starmer and Suzanne Evans are also among the panel for the special live edition.
Tesco shareholder opposes £3.7bn Booker takeover
One of Tesco's biggest investors calls for the supermarket to pull its takeover of the food wholesaler.
Stormont talks: 'No appetite for fresh election'
NI secretary says there is "no appetite for another election" after the deadline for a new executive passed.
Brexit process 'won't be done in time'
Former head of the Foreign Office says post-Brexit arrangements will take longer than two years to negotiate.
Children at Bright Sparks nursery in Taibach 'force-fed'
Children at a Port Talbot nursery were force-fed and picked up by their wrists before being dropped to the floor, jurors hear.
Brighton's i360 tower closed again due to fault
The Brighton viewing tower has been plagued with problems since it opened last August.
Violette Uwamahoro: Rwanda court releases UK woman
A judge says no evidence warrants detaining the pregnant woman and frees her after five weeks in custody.
Red Nose Day: Ofcom considering investigation into show
TV watchdog Ofcom is considering whether to launch an investigation into the fundraising show.
Foundations singer Clem Curtis dies aged 76
The original lead singer of the British band The Foundations, Clem Curtis, dies at the age of 76
Royal Mint ready to launch new £1 coins
The UK's new 12-sided £1 coins will be rolled out on Tuesday - but are we ready?
London attack survivor recounts being hit
Owen Lambert, photographed with a head wound after the London attack, tells the BBC what happened to him.
Foundations' singer Clem Curtis dies
The Foundations' lead singer, who has died aged 76, is remembered as a "pioneer of soul music" in Britain.
Drone video shows Merseyside blast destruction
Drone footage shows the extent of the destruction after a suspected gas explosion on Merseyside. Two people were seriously injured and 32 others hurt.
'I worried fibroids meant no kids'
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.
Police 696 forms are 'targeting grime acts'
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.
Bringing WW1 battlefields to life with virtual reality
Virtual reality tours of WW1 battlefields offer students a different type of history lesson.
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Gary Barlow lands role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The Take That star has a role in the next Star Wars film - but says he won't be a stormtrooper.
Electrician's tools sold for £1 in charity shop returned
An electrician who had his £200 tools sold for £1 in a Cardiff cat charity shop has them returned.
Shocking the jock
An American radio host and conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, was slammed by British tweeters after saying the Queen was being forced to convert to Islam.
Stream chasers
A Manchester band is using an algorithm for their new music video, so that you never see the same thing twice.
Tackling extremism
After the London attack, questions arise over who is responsible when extremist views appear online.
Raise your sights
Single mothers have often been stigmatised and denounced. Cherry Healey explains why she's proud to be one.
'I've not moved on'
Rio Ferdinand opens up about how hard it has been to cope with his wife's death.
Cautious optimism
An honourable defeat by world champions Germany and an expected win over Lithuania - a look at what the future holds for Gareth Southgate's England.
Dream Works
Artists suggest what they would put in the proposed new national gallery of modern Welsh art
Mud sweat cheers
How did "mud running" become the fastest growing mass participation sport in the UK?
10 things...
Bear Grylls is afraid of cocktail parties, and more news nuggets.
Different lines
The actress plays suffragette Nina, the wife of explorer Percy Fawcett, in The Lost City of Z.