A list of 173 suspected Islamic State fighters - possibly trained to bomb and launch suicide attacks in Europe - has been circulated by Interpol, it has been reported.
Lawyers are spending the weekend studying the latest expert reports on Charlie Gard as a High Court judge prepares to decide whether to let the terminally-ill baby travel to the United States for treatment.
A drone registration system is to be launched after research found the flying gadgets could smash plane windscreens, the Government has announced.
An official picture has been released to mark the fourth birthday of Prince George - and the future king looks a happy little boy.
Relatives of some of those killed in the IRA Hyde Park attack 35 years ago will be marching in central London as part of a campaign to bring an accused bomber to justice.
Merseyrail is pledging to transport golf fans to The Open on Sunday despite a strike by guards in a row about driver-only trains.
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England coach Mark Robinson believes women's cricket could soon be as popular as its tennis equivalent as his side prepares for the World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday.
A juror has been discharged in the long-running trial of the alleged Three Musketeers terror cell for "jokingly" asking whether an officer in the case was single.
Police have called off the landfill search for missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague - despite believing the serviceman's remains are somewhere on the sprawling site.
Two men have appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court charged with the murder of Euan Johnston.
Stoke have signed Kurt Zouma on a season-long loan from Chelsea, who have tied the France international to a new six-year contract.
A teenager has made a second court appearance in connection with the murder of a Scottish woman in Mauritius.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has denied railway passengers outside London and the South East are "poor cousins" as he defended the scrapping of plans for electrification in Wales, the Midlands and the North.
Detectives are investigating the murder of a young woman in a possible so-called honour killing.
Newcastle have signed former Liverpool and Sunderland defender Javier Manquillo from Atletico Madrid for an undisclosed fee.
Extra late night trains are to run from Edinburgh during the August festivals.
Chelsea have clinched the signing of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid.
A police officer is facing possible disciplinary action over the mysterious death of a missing librarian whose body was found on a golf course 400 miles from her home.
Cameron Logan and girlfriend Rebecca Williams had been celebrating new year with friends just hours before his death.
The former judge leading the Grenfell Tower inquiry said a meeting with residents was "very useful and powerful", despite concerns from the floor about the make-up of his team.
A man has admitted murdering his brother and attempting to murder his brother's girlfriend by setting fire to them as they slept in bed on New Year's Day.
Encryption "frustrates" police investigations on a daily basis, Britain's most senior officer has revealed, as she warned the terror threat has shifted in tempo this year.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has slammed the door on any interest in Philippe Coutinho and vowed: "We are not a selling club."
Lady Hale has been appointed as the first female president of the UK's highest court.
The biggest rail workers' union has held "full and frank" talks with the Transport Secretary in a bid to resolve disputes over staffing and driver-only trains at a number of operators.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is desperate to add another player "as soon as possible".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will end their visit to Germany with a tour of Hamburg and an official departure ceremony where Prince George and Princess Charlotte will make an appearance.
Charlie Gard's parents reacted furiously when a barrister representing Great Ormond Street Hospital broke the news that a report on a new scan on the terminally-ill baby made for "sad reading".
Former football coach Barry Bennell is due appear in court charged with 55 child sex offences.
Sugary drinks and high protein meals make a highly unhealthy combination, new research suggests.
Tolls on the Severn crossings linking England with Wales will be scrapped at the end of 2018, but ministers have been accused of timing the announcement to distract from a U-turn on rail electrification.