Lloyds Banking Group is paying its first dividend for six years after reporting a rise in profit, which has allowed the UK government to cut its stake in the lender.
Dozens of black-clad protesters clash with Greek riot police in the first occurrence of anti-government sentiment since the leftist Syriza party took power a month ago.
The masked man who beheaded several hostages held by the Islamic State group has been named as Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old west Londoner who was known to the UK security services.
An embarrassment for the government or proof that we need a new deal with Europe? FactCheck looks behind the immigration headlines.
Gwent Police and social workers from Torfaen Borough Council are heavily criticised over a case in which three generations of one family were murdered in a house fire.
How did the alleged identity of Islamic State's most wanted suspect fall into the public domain on Thursday morning? And where does the UK go from here in the fight against Islamic State?
It looks terrible - vandals of the Islamic State attacking ancient Assyrian statues with sledge-hammers.
Former public school teacher Simon Harris is jailed for 17 years and four months after being convicted of abusing vulnerable street children in Kenya.
RBS today announced a £3.5bn loss for 2014 - the bank's seventh straight year of losses. So is it right that CEO Ross McEwan should take home an overall package of about £2.6m?
The son of a pensioner, who died of dehydration at an NHS hospital, tells Channel 4 News his father was "forgotten to death", as figures reveal the scale of undernourishment deaths while in care.
Coutts & Co Ltd, the private banking arm of RBS, is being investigated over allegations that its Swiss operation helped wealthy clients evade tax.
Raped by Jimmy Savile when she was a vulnerable teenage patient at Stoke Mandeville hospital, "Anne" describes how he changed in an instant from "cuddly" TV persona to a terrifying predator.
It is understood that the security services have long known the identity of the man dubbed Jihadi John. On Thursday they have faced accusations that MI5 tried to recruit him before he left for Syria.
Our report from the County Durham village which residents say is "like Beirut" has raised many questions. Channel 4 News North of England Correspondent Ciaran Jenkins has some of the answers.
In 2010, David Cameron said "We would like to see net immigration in the tens of thousands rather than the hundreds of thousands," but figures show net migration is at its highest level since 2005.
A radical plan for transplanting a head onto someone else's body could happen by 2017, a scientist claims.
Royal Bank of Scotland reports a £3.5bn loss for 2014 - down from £9bn a year earlier - and announces the appointment of Sir Howard Davies as its new chairman.
Senior management at Stoke Mandeville hospital knew about the abuse of young patients at the hands of Jimmy Savile, a lawyer representing many of the victims claims.