Exclusive: The brother of Ashya King, the boy with a brain tumour taken from hospital by his parents, says in an interview with Channel 4 News that he fears his health may deteriorate.
David Cameron tells parliament that police will have temporary new powers to seize passports of terror suspects at the UK border and to stop British-born suspected extremists from returning to the UK.
Scotland Yard today finally published their report into the plebgate affair, providing new information about how the leaks occurred and what happened.
Schoolchildren start a "tough" new curriculum this week, which will see five-year-olds learning computer programming and a foreign language made compulsory for children aged six.
Apple updates its security measures after reports that a hacker who leaked hundreds of explicit images of celebrities may have exploited a weakness in its system.
The UK is said to be pressing for the closure of the SWIFT bank-clearance service, which would be a big move.
The parents of a five-year-old brain cancer patient, who took him out of hospital without doctors' consent, remain in custody in Spain after they told the court they did not want to be extradited.
Celebrities or not, the devices in our hands are a window onto vast amounts of data gathered and stored all over the world.
Scotland Yard finally releases new CCTV footage revealing Andrew Mitchell's controversial encounter with police - now known as the "plebgate" incident - from the other side of Downing Street.
The term "Establishment" describes the network of official and social relations within which power is exercised. Owen Jones asks if something that reflects huge social inequalities can continue.
The headquarters of Pakistan's state television channel are taken back by soldiers and paramilitary forces after demonstrators broke in during a wave of anti-government protests.
Afghanistan's leading presidential candidates have disputed the election results since the first round of voting in April. The potential for political implosion is very real now.
Ukraine's president accuses Russia of launching a "direct and open aggression" against the country after government forces suffered major reverses against the rebels.
The prime minister is set to announce new measures in the House of Commons to counter the threat from the Islamic State, amid tense negotiations between the two coalition parties.
Pakistan seems to lurch from one political crisis to another and perhaps inevitably, it has got another full-blown emergency on its hands.
She was one of the first to flag up the Rotherham abuse scandal. In her first interview Hilary Willmer, from the child protection group Pace, talks about why their report was suppressed.