May to bring in anti-extremist laws
The Home Secretary is poised to bring in new laws to tackle British extremists in the wake of the horrific killing of American journalist James Foley by a jihadist with an English accent.
BBC 'cover up' over Sir Cliff raid
The BBC has been accused of a "cover up" over its role in the police raid on Sir Cliff Richard's flat following sexual assault allegations.
Hull fans bottled by Euro rivals
Football fans enjoying their club's first European campaign said they were bottled by rival supporters after the game.
Cool weather signals autumn arrival
"Unseasonably cool" temperatures are announcing the arrival of autumn in the UK as the summer starts to come to a close.
Capaldi's grandfather shot himself
Peter Capaldi makes his debut in Doctor Who tonight with a trip to Victorian London, but if he was ever tempted to take the Tardis back to 1913 Glasgow, he could find himself in the middle of a real-life drama involving his own grandparents.
Crackdown on black market tobacco
Efforts to reduce smoking and improve health are being hampered by the black market trade of millions of illegal cigarettes filled with excrement, dead flies and asbestos, local authority leaders have warned.
Buying home 'cheaper than renting'
The cost for a first-time buyer of owning a home is now around £1,300 a year less expensive than renting, research has found.
BT phone bills poised to climb
BT is alerting millions of customers that it is increasing prices by up to 6.5% in a blow to households struggling with soaring utility bills.