A man held after three people were hit outside Parliament is not co-operating with counter-terror police.
Rooftop camera captures moment car crashes into barrier outside Parliament.
A large section of a bridge collapses and there are unconfirmed reports that cars are involved.
The six-day case hears the cricketer was "drunk and enraged", which his defence called "nonsense".
Jobless total falls to 1.36 million in the three months to June - the lowest for more than 40 years.
The man was on holiday when the tree came crashing down at a Cornish country park during strong winds.
BBC Sport looks at how profitable Premier League clubs are thanks to TV money and how important fans are to club finances outside the top flight.
The struggling DIY retailer is expected to announce a Company Voluntary Arrangement later on Tuesday.
The patent office said Indian law has never engaged positively with the notion of sexual pleasure.
Dozens of vehicles were set ablaze in multiple cities overnight, in an apparent coordinated action.
It's the first time a European city has topped the rankings of the Economist Intelligence Unit survey.
Whistl is seeking damages after Royal Mail is found to have abused its dominant market position.
A man is arrested after a car crashes into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament.
Blogger Mamalina gives five tips on reducing your plastic dependence if you have young children.
Residents react with dismay to the newly-installed, and fully exposed, eco-friendly urinals.
Tuesday's newspapers report on £46m being stolen by scammers from pensions - and the latest pressure put on Jeremy Corbyn.
The British author and vlogger is the fourth contestant confirmed for the forthcoming series.
Adele has posted an Instagram message supporting her best friend who's recovering from postpartum psychosis
Have you ever wondered what life is like on an oil rig in the North Sea? One worker takes you around the Shearwater platform.
Trinkets put in a woodland to bring "a little bit of magic" are removed by a council.
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An insider’s guide to the Situation Room rules - and why violations of the security protocol matter.
From battery-powered trucks to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are going mainstream around the world.
Has a 23-year-old engineering student come up with an invention that could tackle food waste problems?
The Edinburgh festival known for its comedy is finding plenty of humour in the political hot potato.
The group travelled to the US-Mexico border to show their outrage against Trump immigration policies.
Domestic workers are a key part of many South African homes, but many face abuse and extremely low wages.
Moss Side in Manchester once had the nickname "gunchester", but that's just a small part of its history.
Criticism of Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling is motivated by racism, says ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright.
Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith says she will have to "get a little bit faster" to challenge for golds at the World Championships and Olympics.
The club said it told police about the footage 'and the circumstances surrounding it's capture'.
Andy Murray said he needs to improve by "10, 15%" to turn defeats like his first-round loss to Lucas Pouille in Cincinnati into victories.
Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata posts a video as evidence he is missing Tuesday's Champions League qualifier with AEK Athens through injury.
Rory McIlroy may miss the first event of the FedEx Cup play-offs series in an attempt to find his best form with the Ryder Cup looming.
The road to Hampden has begun, with Coldstream beating St Cuthbert Wanderers in the Scottish Cup's preliminary round one.
With frequent floods, sinking markets and engulfed homes, by 2050 parts of Jakarta will be underwater.
Last summer the far-right descended on Charlottesville. We revisited that weekend with those involved.
How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?
In January Aurelia Brouwers drank poison supplied by a doctor and lay down to die. She was 29.
The gang behind the August 2017 attacks had contact with other jihadists, including in France.
Anna came to London from Romania in 2011 intending to study, but she was snatched off the street, flown to Ireland and sold for sex.