Charles Kennedy, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats, has died at home in Scotland, aged 55. Kennedy lost his Ross, Skye and Lochaber Commons seat to the SNP in last month's general election.
Nurseries warn the childcare system faces "meltdown" unless planned government changes to double care are fully funded.
Conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim talks to Jon Snow about music's power to bring people together, and says Israelis and Palestinians should live together or side by side - but not back to back.
A man has been charged in India for running one of the most influential ISIS propaganda accounts on Twitter, after being unmasked by Channel 4 News. But who is the real man behind the mask?
Seven climate change protesters are arrested following a day of wide-spread demonstrations against government fossil fuel policy.
Britain voting to leave the EU "would be a disastrous message of European weakness", according to the chairman of Germany's foreign affairs committee.
Paying for sex becomes illegal in Northern Ireland, but with calls for the law to be rolled out across the UK, a leading campaign group representing sex workers says lawmakers are missing the point.
Experts have hailed a new era for cancer treatments after "spectacular" results were achieved in treating skin cancer by harnessing the body's immune system to attack malignant cells.
A planned 24-hour strike by Network Rail workers is suspended after a new offer of a 2 per cent pay rise this year.
Hundreds of Sudanese and Eritrean migrants clashed overnight at a migrant camp in Calais, in the north of France. 21 people were wounded, of whom 14 were taken to hospital.
A man who was abused at Kincora children's home in Belfast is demanding that what happened there decades ago should be included in the UK-wide inquiry set up by the government.
Fighters from Shiite militia Popular Mobilisation Front are pushing towards Beiji, while airstrikes by the Iraqi air force are reported to have hit jihadi fighters and equipment.
An army officer told a grieving family it would have been "too much paperwork" to cancel an SAS test march which led to three deaths, a coroner hears.
US spy agencies lose the legal authority to collect Americans' phone records and other data after the Senate failed to pass legislation extending such powers.
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper has hit out her rivals with a warning that the party will not win back power simply by "swallowing the Tory manifesto".
The Serious Fraud Office announces it is assessing "material in its possession" relating to allegations of corruption at the heart of world football's governing body.