Victims' groups want Fiona Woolf to step down from the child abuse inquiry because of her links with Lord Brittan. She was appointed to lead the investigation after Lady Butler-Sloss resigned.
Official statistics show the UK's net contribution to the EU rose by £2.7bn to £11.3bn in 2013. The government says it will not hand over a further £1.7bn Brussels expects to be paid by 1 December.
A prominent black member of the Liberal Democrats resigns from the party, citing an alleged incident of "appalling racism", which he said was the last straw.
Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore resigns, an army spokesman tells demonstrators in the capital, according to TV channel Burkina24.
Great Yarmouth, flooded with holidaymakers in the half-term sun, is mainly white working class and increasingly Ukip. This is one of the UK Independence Party's target seats.
The government suffers a significant defeat in attempts to avoid a trial over allegations of complicity in the imprisonment, rendition and torture of a Libyan couple in 2004.
With a nationwide donor shortage and increasing demand for sperm, the directors of the new national sperm bank in Birmingham say it will "revolutionise access to donor sperm".
The Conservatives and Lib Dems clash on drugs policy as a new Home Office reports finds that criminalising abuse has no impact.
The government's decided to bring forward the planned date for the vote on when it tries to re-join European Arrest Warrant.