UK leaders attend Mandela service
The extraordinary life of Nelson Mandela will be remembered by dignitaries from around the world today, with Prime Minister David Cameron set to be joined by his three surviving predecessors at a special commemoration service.
Minister calls match-fixing meeting
Senior officials from five leading sports have been called to a summit meeting with the Government today on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing, it can be revealed.
MPs attack Border Force failings
Poor planning and outdated IT systems mean the Border Force is failing to protect national security properly, an influential committee of MPs has concluded.
Funerals for helicopter crash pair
The funerals of two further victims of the Glasgow helicopter crash will take place today.
Sir Bradley to collect knighthood
Sir Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France in its more than 100-year history, will be knighted at Buckingham Palace today.
Woolwich accused 'soldier of Allah'
One of the men accused of murdering Lee Rigby has told a jury he loves al Qaida and does not regret what happened to the soldier.
Britain 'part of mission to Mars'
Britain could collaborate with China to get the first man on Mars, the Government's science minister has said.
Cancer care 'postcode lottery'
Cancer patients are facing a postcode lottery of care within the NHS, with patients in some areas four times less likely to get an early diagnosis, it has been reported.