A member of an aristocratic family who has admitted beating his wife over two decades is warned he could be sent to prison.
An application is submitted to build 750 homes on land owned by artist Damien Hirst in Devon.
An Australian facing deportation after disrupting last year's University Boat Race by swimming in front of the crews can stay in the UK, a judge rules.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos is to be charged "with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs", the Crown Prosecution Service confirms.
A woman who deliberately ran over her husband after suffering years of domestic violence walks free from court - with him at her side.
A child dies from bacterial meningitis in Windsor.
A house fire which killed three people in Bolton is being treated as "suspicious" by police.
A man admits in court that he killed soldier Lee Rigby but says it was not murder because "I am a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war".
An antiques dealer jailed for handling a stolen edition of Shakespeare's first folio killed himself in his cell, a coroner decides.
Four Lancashire police officers are sacked after being found guilty of gross misconduct in a hearing investigating a car-buying scam.
A man who tried to murder a pregnant woman by stabbing her six times in the stomach is jailed for 15 years.
Jurors who deliberately research a case online should face criminal conviction, the government’s law reform body for England and Wales says.
An inquiry into sexual exploitation is to be held to assess improvements in protecting children since nine men were jailed for running an abuse ring in Rochdale.
Former Premier League footballer DJ Campbell is among six people questioned in connection with allegations of fixing in football matches.
A Liverpool and England footballer is banned from driving for failing to tell police who was at the wheel of his car on the A55 in north Wales.
The jury in the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan, who was shot twice by police, is told it can consider an unlawful killing verdict.
Comments due to be made by London Mayor Boris Johnson about cycling protesters "scaring" people away from using bikes appear to have been withdrawn.
The final part of an epic dictionary of medieval Latin is to be published this week, bringing to a close a project initiated one hundred years ago.
A further 1,000 jobs will go at Birmingham City Council due to its budget cuts, the authority's leader says.
A shop described as Britain's first social supermarket opens in South Yorkshire, selling low-cost food to people facing food poverty.
A wildlife centre is "struggling" to treat more than 100 seal pups after they were injured in the tidal surge, the RSPCA says.
A helmet worn by Formula 1 racing driver James Hunt when he was crowned world champion in 1976 sells for £37,500 at auction.
The first man to swim the length of Britain shaves off the beard he grew to protect his face from jellyfish.
Director of rugby Gary Gold leaves Bath after a year and a half in charge of the Premiership club.
David Price pulls out of his heavyweight bout against Russia's Evgeny Orlov on 14 December because of a virus.
England lack the "desire and heart" to compete with Australia in the Ashes, says former batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
MPs are paying tributes to former South African President Nelson Mandela.
The Prime Minister saw at first hand the impact of last week's flooding during a visit to the North Norfolk coast.
A 'Community Shop' in Barnsley has started selling heavily discounted items donated by some of the big supermarkets to people on certain welfare benefits.
An appeal has been launched to help those left homeless by the floods along the East coast.