Chancellor Philip Hammond will vow to tackle deep-seated economic challenges "head on".
Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic removed from Hague court after shouting at judges reading verdict.
Robert Mugabe's ally turned rival, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is poised to take over as Zimbabwe's president.
He raced across the border on foot, closely pursued by North Korean troops who shot at him several times.
Former The Partridge Family star and singer David Cassidy dies aged 67, his family says.
The winger said he made the birth - in full kit - with 30 minutes to spare.
Researchers from the BMJ questioned 30,000 people aged 18-34 from 21 different countries.
Rescuers raced to get to the plane which ditched in seas off the remote Japanese reef of Okinotori.
A report claims that the cost of the nuclear power station will weigh on poorer households.
Saad Hariri said President Michel Aoun had asked him to "put it on hold" to allow for dialogue.
The YouTube star faces allegations of racism and homophobia after tweets he posted in 2012 emerged.
Labour's Angela Rayner has become a grandmother at the age of 37, she announces on Twitter.
The front pages carry photos from Zimbabwe after President Mugabe quit and speculation on the Budget.
Forty years on from the inaugural London-New York Concorde service, those who flew on the iconic aircraft share their memories.
A gay rights activist's bright yellow tomb has divided Italy - so should graves have to be grey?
The Anonymous Project has collected almost half a million photos to archive and conserve.
The discounted train travel option is set to be announced in Wednesday's Budget.
Instead of getting irate when their flight was delayed, these Canadian passengers had a singalong.
Makenzee Meaux says she'd lost hope of feeling beautiful until she met her fiancé.
Your morning briefing for 22 November 2017.
BBC coverage of latest developments
The biohacker movement wants to cure disease without the help of government or big companies
The Good Morning Britain host on why being "provocative" in the mornings is a good thing.
In Japan they apologise when a train leaves 20 seconds early. Are other countries so exacting?
There are huge differences in libel laws, which might explain why the scandal has hit the US so hard.
A Pakistani actress is stuck in a seven-year-long court case over whether she is married or not.
How life has changed for people in the city six months on.
The actor found fame in The Likely Lads but struggled to repeat that success.
After becoming homeless, Steve says he would probably have died on the streets if he hadn't received support to rent a home.
England name Jake Ball in their side for the first Ashes Test, while Australia call up Glenn Maxwell as cover for David Warner.
England's women are through to the semi-finals of the World Cup, despite a shock defeat by the Cook Islands in their final group game.
Liverpool concede a late equaliser as Sevilla fight back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 in the Champions League.
Can England upset the odds or will Australia continue their dominance on home soil? Find out what the experts think.
Sevilla confirm head coach Eduardo Berizzo has cancer following his side's dramatic comeback against Liverpool in the Champions League.
Marc Cayeux tells BBC Sport about his incredible recovery from a car crash that needed 27 operations and left him an inch shorter.
BBC Test Match Special summariser and former England captain Michael Vaughan gives advice on how to survive an Ashes tour in Australia.
When is the Budget, what is it, and why does it matter? Your guide to the chancellor's big day.
The BBC's Budget quiz: See how much you know about the UK Budget's long and colourful history.
For the first time in years, today's Budget promises to be one for young people - which is why you should pay attention.
The economic uncertainty around Brexit and the slender government majority may constrain his options.
The BBC's Rachel Horne explains what the Budget could mean for you.
Zimbabwean MPs erupt with cheers as the speaker reads out Robert Mugabe's resignation letter.
Activist and political candidate Vimbaishe Musvaburi cries as she describes her emotions following Robert Mugabe's resignation.
A look at the career of Robert Mugabe, who has resigned as Zimbabwe's president after 37 years in power.
Zimbabwe's former vice-president has had a volatile political career.
Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe has resigned as president of Zimbabwe, ending a 37-year rule.
Zimbabwe's anticipated political transition is a complicated process with no obvious answers, but here are some possibilities.
The army general who ruthlessly crushed the opposition in Zimbabwe is now being hailed as a political saviour.
The relationship between a former imperial power and its ex-colony is a complex one, says our diplomatic correspondent.
UK politicians react to the resignation of President Robert Mugabe after his 37-year rule.