From Bob Geldof to bishops and MPs, people have been rushing to offer a place in their homes to Syrian refugees.
Facing criticism for erecting a razor-wire fence and forcibly moving people to camps, prime minister Viktor Orban says he is defending Europe's "Christian identity".
Refugees, among them those in wheelchairs and on crutches, have lost patience waiting for trains in Hungary have begun a hundred mile march to Austria.
Lawyers, accountants and writers are donating a billable hour of their salary to the charities helping Syrian refugees.
David Cameron says that Britain will take "thousands" more but says exact numbers will be detailed next week.
New research suggests that children hoping to excel in their GCSEs should turn off screens, with television watching 'most detrimental' to grades
The heart-breaking images of a Syrian toddler lying dead on a Turkish beach have reverberated around the world, but will they lead to a change in British attitudes towards the refugee crisis?
The father of a Syrian child who died trying to reach Europe has described how he fought to save his family after being abandoned by a people smuggler.
As Germany says it will take in 800,000 refugees this year and David Cameron faces criticism for his response to the crisis, what should Britain do?
Scuffles break out at a small Hungarian train station as refugees lay on the train tracks in fear of being taken to camps.
David Cameron has signalled he's not about to join any Europe-wide resettlement programme for refugees. He isn't about to risk inflaming domestic opinion by adding to Britain's population growth.
A supporter of Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that the far-left is preparing to oust several Labour MPs - who the activist condemned as "careerists" and right-wingers.
Rebekah Brooks is appointed chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News UK, a year after being cleared of phone hacking charges.