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.
Eighteen new free schools are announced by the government as it strives to meet a key election pledge to open 500 new premises.
The number of workers on zero-hours contracts increases by almost a fifth to 744,000, amid Labour claims that the government is allowing a culture of job insecurity to spread.
Changes to planned rules for campaigning the EU referendum will now prevent ministers using the machinery of government to campaign in the final weeks before the vote
A leading sexual health clinic in London has apologised after an email mistake led to the disclosure of the names of about 780 patients who had attended HIV services.
The former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda pleads not guilty to 18 charges of war crimes at the International Criminal Court today.
Former Hurricane Kilo, now Typhoon Kilo, spinning around in the Pacific Ocean, has achieved what can be considered no mean feat for a powerful storm of tropical origin.
Migrants stage protests in Budapest as authorities refuse to let them board trains towards Germany.
Refugees climbing on top of trains at Calais on Tuesday night causes major travel disruption, leaving Eurostar passengers stranded.
Jeremy Corbyn takes steps that would massively solidify his position as leader and protect him against any coup attempts.
The four contenders clash over immigration, benefits cuts, "making excuses" for Vladimir Putin and the shadow of the Iraq war.