A Libyan man can sue the UK government over claims he was illegally sent back to Libya and tortured, the Court of Appeal rules.
The father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne is found dead at his home in Kent.
UK ship RFA Argus, which is carrying medical supplies, equipment and vehicles, arrives in Sierra Leone to help deal with the deadly Ebola outbreak.
There is no link between tough laws and levels of illegal drug use, a Home Office study finds, sparking a policy row within the coalition government.
Police arrest a 73-year-old man in Dunmurry, on the outskirts of Belfast, in connection with the murder of Jean McConville.
A man accused of threatening a 13-year-old poppy seller is charged by police.
Thailand's national police chief warns anyone speculating on social media about the murder of two UK tourists could face up to five years in jail.
A Home Office minister insists a change of policy on Mediterranean search-and-rescue operations would save lives - after MPs call it "shameful" and "a new low".
A soldier is jailed for life after being convicted of murdering his comrade in an attack at their barracks.
Four men are expected to appear in court after a cannabis haul with a street value of up to £1.8m was found in a disused Borders pub.
A 90-year-old woman was conned into buying two watches worth nearly £50,000 in London by a man claiming to be a police officer.
MP Jim Murphy tells the BBC he not only wants to be Scottish Labour leader but has set his sights on becoming first minister of Scotland.
A pilot for Flybe was removed from a plane and arrested on suspicion of being over the drink drive limit just before he was due to fly.
A mother accused of poisoning her daughter with medications is cleared by a jury at her trial after a judge said there was no case to answer.
Child sexual exploitation is a "social norm" in some areas of Greater Manchester, a report following the Rochdale grooming case says.
A legal challenge to government plans to privatise some probation services in England and Wales is launched by the probation officers' union Napo.
A new centre dedicated to the heritage and culture of gaming in the UK is to open its doors next year.
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