BBC News - UK
Brexit: Theresa May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss
The EU summit comes after a Tory rebellion defeats the government in a key vote on Brexit.
Salford house fire: Third murder charge
David Worrall, 25, will appear before magistrates later accused of killing four children.
Haemophilia A trial results 'mind-blowing'
Doctors use gene therapy to correct the defect that causes haemophilia A.
Royals to attend Grenfell fire memorial at St Paul's
PM will also join victims of the blaze for a multi-faith service at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
Ashes: No evidence of corruption in third Test after fixing claims - ICC
There is "no evidence" that the third Ashes Test between Australia and England has been "corrupted", says the International Cricket Council.
Greening pledges £23m to help poor pupils with talent
The education secretary wants to stop clever children in poor areas from missing out on their potential.
Concern over 'remote supervision' of offenders by phone
Widespread use of the practice in England and Wales is not acceptable, says watchdog report.
Peter Kay cancels comeback comedy tour for family reasons
The comedian axes "all upcoming work projects" due to "unforeseen family circumstances".
Chris Froome: Team Sky rider says legacy will not be tainted by 'adverse' drugs test
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome tells the BBC his legacy will not be tainted after returning an "adverse" drugs test at the Vuelta a Espana.
Fly-tipping prosecutions at record low in England
There were about one million incidents 2016-17 but just 1,571 successful prosecutions.
Wine drinking up as glass size grows
If your wine was served in a smaller glass, would you drink less of it?
Boy, 5, dies after being hit by car in Bournemouth
The five-year-old boy was killed while crossing the road, police say.
Scottish income tax rises to be unveiled
The finance secretary is expected to announce tax increases for middle and higher earners.
The priceless pictures that survived Grenfell fire
Paul believed the photos of his late mother had been destroyed in the Grenfell Tower blaze.
The moment defeat on Brexit vote was announced
The government has been narrowly defeated in a key vote on its Brexit bill after a rebellion by Tory MPs.
Haemophilia patient: How gene therapy has changed my life
How pioneering gene therapy has given a haemophilia patient a new lease of life.
Lambeth Palace: The home of the Archbishop of Canterbury
Take a tour of the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Terrorism not a ‘systemic threat’ to UK says former MI6 head
In his first ever UK broadcast interview, the former head of MI6 Sir Richard Dearlove said terrorism did not present a "systemic threat" to the nation.
Drone smugglers caught on camera
The Ministry of Justice has released footage of a gang caught using a drone to deliver contraband to prisons.
Tory rebel not concerned about 'knives being out' for him
Dominic Grieve proposed the amendment that led to Theresa May's first Brexit Commons defeat on Wednesday.
BBC Breakfast
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'Rude' Christmas Jumper Day letter sent to pupils
A primary school unwittingly included a photo of a risque Christmas jumper in its latest newsletter.
Prof Mary Beard backs school Classics funding appeal
High Storrs School wants to raise £100,000 to subsidise Latin and Classics classes for students.
Newspaper headlines: Rebels' revenge and an Ashes 'plot'
A Tory mutiny in Westminster and alleged cricket test-fixing plot feature on Thursday's front pages.
The baby in the box
Robin was abandoned as a baby 74 years ago. Now thanks to DNA and his daughter's detective work he finally knows where he came from.
On the road
In the UK sales of caravan are on the rise. 22,000 were sold in the year to June, a 7% rise on the previous 12 months.
Hull's highlights
Everyone from superstars to schoolchildren have played their part in a triumphant year.
Festive fears
Like Minds: Getting through this year’s festivities.
Teacher targets
The shadow education secretary claims the government is missing its teacher recruitment targets.
Salon success
Toni Mascolo, with his brother Guy revolutionised hairdressing in London at the end of the last century.
A royal Christmas
It's Meghan Markle's first Christmas with her royal in-laws to-be. So what can she expect?
Not feeling so blue
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.
Life as a male sex worker
One man says he had his drink spiked and woke up to find himself with four naked men around him.